Mahele Documents

00630
Claim Number: 00630
Claimant: Haui, Henry
Other claimant:
Other name: Harris, Henry
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honolulu
Ili: Nuuanu St.
Statistics: 4879 characters 824 words
[No. 630, Henry Haui]
F.R. 86v2
[See Stephen Reynolds claim No. 619 which contains 619-632]

630, No. 12, Twelfth. A lot of land on Southerly side of Nuuanu Street beginning at corner of my lot No. 4, on the street running Northeasterly along said street 48 ft.; thence Southeasterly along land of natives 46 6/12 ft.; thence Southwesterly along lands of Government & others 40 ft.; thence Northwesterly by my lot No. 4, 40 ft. to corner first mentioned. This lot I bought of William Wallace, See deed.


Claim 630!, S. Reynolds, December 22, [1847]
F.T. 103v2


William Wallace, sworn, Mr. Reynolds offered a deed in evidence. I signed that deed, dated 17 September 1846 and gave it with Hanah, my wife, to Mr. Reynolds. I got this place from Governor Kekuanaoa from one I lost by the Nuuanu road being made in 1838. The place is fenced. There was a house, cookhouse & well on it. And I occupied it free from dispute till the sale (The deed produced is acknowledged and registered before John Ricord same day as dated) and copied (see page 122).


F.T. 122-123v2
Claim 630!, S. Reynolds, continued, see page 103

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.... tted by W. Wallace in presence of Mr. Lee that the true bounds of S. Reynolds south runs in a straight line (without the angle dotted) to Owen lot per survey. 24 September 1849. J.H. L. Secretary]


N.T. 436v2
No. 630, Lanai (S. Reynolds), From page 434, Honolulu, December 22, 1847

Lanai had brought a bill of sale from William Wallace on the 17th day of Sept. 1846 and John Ricord has recorded it.

William Wallace, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "I had received this place from the governor. When Nuuanu Street was under construction, a part of my property was taken for the street. Therefore, I went to the governor for a replacement, at which time I did receive it and I transferred it to Lanai. That was the time the street was constructed, altho' I do not remember the year. The lot has been enclosed, there are houses and a well. No one has ever objected to the present time. I have lived in peace until the place was acquired by Lanai. I received my first place from Mr. French."

[Award 630; R.P. 505; Nuuanu St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .05 Ac.; This award is to Haui; There are no documents with Haui as claimant so far located]