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No. 9381, Kaneahaula
I, Kaneahaula, am a claimant of a mo'o in the 'ili of Kauhihou, Ahupua'a of Waiau, Ewa, Oahu. The name is Melei and it is bounded on he north by the kula to the wall and house site, on the south by Kaluapalolo, on the west by Poalo, on the east by the kula to the land boundary wall.
No. 9381, Kaneahaula, Honolulu, 15 February 1851, vs J. Piikoi
J. Piikoi, the reason I have [am] opposed to his claim is that he had taken all of the plain, together with the coconut trees, also some of the breadfruit trees. That is the konohiki's interest because those trees were grown long time ago by the konohikis to the present time. Therefore it is an interest ....
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.... ahaula's patches and a house site are in 1 section:
Mauka, konohiki patch
Honolulu, Government land
Makai, Kamamalu's land
Waianae, konohiki's pasture.
Land from Kaumiumi in 1848. He has lived there peacefully to the present day. No objections.
The konohiki's boundaries are:
Mauka, land enclosure, Kamamalu
Honolulu, Nalima, Government land
Makai, Kaneahaula's land
Waianae, Kumuulu, Kamamalu's land.
The early konohikis have continuously lived there since the time of Kamehameha I to the present time.
It has been agreed that the pasture be given to the konohiki, the pasture which is near the water.
[Award 9381; no R.P.; Kauhilau Waiau Ewa; 1 ap.; 2.28 Acs]