Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 10971
Claimant: Wahinehune
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Waialua,Koolauloa
Ahupuaa: Kawailoa, Paalaea, Waimea
Ili: Kapaeloa, Amanui
Statistics: 3261 characters 468 words
-No. 10971, Wahinehune, Kapaeloa, Waialua, January 25, 1848
N.R. 618-619v4

To the Land Commissioners: Respectful Greetings: I, Wahinehune, hereby state my claim for land and house lot here at Kapaeloa. It is a separate mo`o, bounded on the north by the Road, on the east by Maloiki's land, on the south by the pali, on the west by Kaopulupulu's land. In another place, at Haliilauhala, is a sweet potato kula adjoining Nakuia's at Keahuohapu, and in another place, in Waimea, are two lo`i, one at Amanui, one at Kaniukukahi. In another place is a place for sweet potatoes at Kaalaea, bounded on the north by the road, on the east by Makalii's land, on the south and west by Kapohukahi's land. The house lot claim is at Kamamaka, bounded on the north and west by the road, on th ....

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.... pulupulu
Makai, land boundary wall and the road
Koolaupoko, land of Maloiki.

Apana 2:
Mauka, pali
Waianae, land of Nahele
Makai, land boundary wall
Koolaupoko, land of Nakuia.

Apana 3:
Mauka, pali
Waianae, land of Makalii
Makai, land boundary wall
Koolaupoko, land of Kekaulua.

Apana 4:
Mauka, Waianae, pali
Makai, Waimea, muliwai
Koolaupoko, pali.

Apanas 1 and 2 were from Naukana in the time of Kinau. Apana 3 was from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I. Apana 4 was received from Mahoe /and has been held/ 4 years. He has occupied them in peace and has been undisputed.

Kalahilahila, sworn, my knowledge is exactly the same as Makalii's.

[Award 10971; R.P. 3074; Kapaeloa Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 12.12 Acs]