Mahele Documents

09340 Maria, wife
Claim Number: 09340
Claimant: Kekalohi
Other claimant:Maria, wife
Other name: Kekalohe
Island: Oahu
District: Ewa
Ahupuaa: Waiau
Ili: Kauhihau
Statistics: 2376 characters 390 words
No. 9340, Kekalohe
N.R. 441v4

I, Kekalohe am a claimant of a mo'o in the 'ili of Kauhihau, Waiau, Ewa, Oahu. The name is Halo, and it is as follows: on the north, go till you meet the wall, on the south is Kaluapalolo, on the east is Helei, on the west is Kekee. That is my claim.

F.T. 55v9
No. 9340, Kekalohi, claimant, Waiau, January 21, 1850

Kaneakuula, sworn, says ke knows the land of claimant. It consists of 2 mooaina in Haloluna & Halolalo.

Apana1 Haloluna contains 13 lois and Halolalo contains 10 lois, both in the ili of Kauhihau, Waiau, Ewa, Oahu. It is all in one piece,

Mauka by the iliaina Malei
Honolulu by Kaluapalolo ili of konohiki

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.... and Kalolalo in the ili of Kauhihau in Waiau, Ewa, Oahu - 13 patches in Haloluna, 10 patches in Halolalo in one section.

Mauka, Malei a moo land
Honolulu, Kaluapaloho, for the konohiki, a patch
Makai, Keekee, for the konohiki, a patch.

Land from Puhi at the time of Kinau, no one objected to him.

Section 2 - A moo land in Kauhilau ili of Waiau, Oahu - 4 patches in one section:
Mauka, Kekee moo land
Honolulu, Kanohai moo land
Makai, Kaehupio moo land
Waianae, Kapohuku, koele Patch.

This is bequested land from Mana, the grand daughter of Kaumiumi who had just died.

Palea, sworn, he has know in the same way as Kaneahaula.

[Award 9340; R.P. 388; Kauhilau Waiau Ewa; 3 ap.; 3.07 Acs; for Maria]