Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 11084
Claimant: Kawainui
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Molokai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Keawanui
Ili: Kunuu
Statistics: 1476 characters 270 words
No. 11084, Kawainui
N.R. 322-323v7

Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I have three lo`i in the `ili of Kunuu, Ahupua`a of Keawanui, Island of Molokai. They are 22 fathoms long by 13 fathoms wide and are bounded on the north by Kaamola, on the east by Paa, on the south by the pond, on the west by Kaikupa.

Also, I have a house lot which is 110 fathoms, a total of both sides, and the width is 89 fathoms, combined, by a width of 65 fathoms /combined?/.


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.... br />Furthermore, there is a lo`i which I dug, which is 20 fathoms by 12 fathoms.

Here is our claim, of the people from Kaluaaha to Kaamola. After /the time of the battle of/ Nuuanu, this lot was enclosed with fence. The konohikis gave us this place so that we and our animals would be separate from the places cultivated and the places lived in. This was given to our kupunas and it has been held until the present.

[No. 11084 not awarded; See Award 138B]