Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 10328
Claimant: Nainoaakua
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Kauai
District: Halelea
Ahupuaa: Hanalei
Ili: Anini
Statistics: 2438 characters 422 words
No. 10328, Nainoaakua
N.R. 280-281v9

To the Commission to Quiet Land Titles at Hale Kauwila, greetings: I, a subject of the island of Kauai, hereby state to you my land claim /which has been held/ from the time of Kaikioewa, until this day on which it is stated to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles whom the Mo`i has designated to verify the claims of the people.

The Makuas occupied this place from ancient times, until myself, the keiki, and I am an old man and have lived here fifty years or more. Therefore I firmly believe I have a right to pass on to my child ....

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.... hat Ikuwa has testified. It is all true.

N.T. 67-68v12
No. 10328, Nainoaakua

Ikua, sworn, he has seen claimant's land - 2 large lois, 3 small lois, a pasture and a house site in one parcel of land.

Mauka by Anini pali
Napali by Anini pali
Makai by beach road
Koolau by Anini river.

Nainoaakua received this land from his parents in 1839, no objections.

Kahio, sworn, he has seen the lands of Nainoaakua exactly as Ikua has related.

[Award 10328; R.P. 5045; Anini Hanalei Halelea; 1 ap.; 1 Ac 1 rood 7 rods]