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09306 Kauhi, son; inherits
Claim Number: 09306
Claimant: Kaawe
Other claimant:Kauhi, son; inherits
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Ewa
Ahupuaa: Waimalu
Ili: Pohakupu, Paepae
Statistics: 2017 characters 347 words
No. 9306, Kaawe
N.R. 432v4


I, Kaawe, am a claimant of a mo'o in the 'ili of Pohakupu, Waimalu, Ewa, Oahu. It is named Kaluahonu and is described as follows: from the west to the east of that 'ili, the first mo'o is mine. Here is another claim, in the 'ili of Paepae in Waimalu, Oahu, one mo'o. It is from the east to the west of that 'ili, and the fourth mo`o is mine.
KAAWE


F.T. 52v9
No. 9306, Kaawe, claimant

Kioi, sworn says, the claimant has gone to reside at Maui and gave his land to Kauhi with the consent of his konohiki, Paaoao, since deceased. The land is now ....

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.... s gone to Maui permanently and has bequested his interest to Kauhi, the son.

Kioi, sworn, he had seen Kauwe's departure for Maui and had seen the land bequested to Kauhi, his son with the approval of the konohiki, Paoao. This is a taro moo Kaluahonu in the ili of Pohakupu in Waimalu, Ewa, Oahu. 3 patches in 1 section.

Mauka, Kalokoloa moo land
Honolulu, Pohakupu pond
Makai, Pohaku 1 ili land
Waianae, Kamakole koele land.

Land from Paioa to Kaawe in 1846, no one had objected to him to the time he went away and had made a bequest to his heir.

[Award 9306; R.P. 8509; Pohakupu Waimalu Ewa; 1 ap.; .99 Ac.]