Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 08840
Claimant: Kanenehakuole
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Kauai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalaheo
Ili: Kaawa
Statistics: 2097 characters 340 words
No. 8840, Kanenehakuole, Claimant
N.R. 397v9

I, Kanenehakuole, a subject of the Hawaiian Islands on the island of Kauai, claim a salt bed at Kalahea. my land claim is in the former letter.
I am, respectfully,
Witness: Naili
25 January 1848

F.T. 36-37v13
No. 8840, Kanenehakuole, Claimant

Una, sworn, says I know the land of Claimant. It is in Kalahea and consists of the ili "Kaawa" and Salt ponds at Omomilu.

No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by a clump of Hau bushes
Puna by stream of Kalahea
Makai by junction of brook Mahuolo & Stream Kalaheo
Hanapepe by stream Mahuol ....

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.... ouse and salt kuakua at Anaomilu with four salt kuakuas.

Section 1 - 15 lois.
Mauka by Puhau
Puna by Stream
Makai by intersection of waters
Hanapepe by Stream.

Section 2 - 4 salt kuakuas.
Mauka by Sand of Anaomilu
Puna by His kuakua
Makai by Salt lois of Kaia
Hanapepe by Sand.

This land came from his parents and when his parents died the land went to his child when Emaria was governor. No one has objected to him to the present time.

Keoua, sworn, I have heard the testimony of Una concerning the land of Kanenehakuole and it is true.

[Award 8840; R.P. 6308; Kaawa Kalaheo Kona; 1 ap.; 1.5 Ac 14 rods]