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Oahu notes by W.E. Maikai and others?
W.E. Maikai to E.G.M. Robertson, Assistant President
I am forwarding to you the claims given to me for this section of Waikiki, Oahu.
[Land claim number]
8029 Ahia - I could not find.
Page 401, 2205 Hoa - I cound not find.
8101 Hoopii - I could not find.
9042 Haae - Small document given.
864Keahi - Deceased.
Page 401, 1906 Kaumakakoa or Kauemmakoaha - I do not have it.
1909 Kai (deceased) Pali, heir (document given).
1932 Kamai is in Maui - no claim left here.
1941 Kahue - Could not find.
1945 Kamaikaaloa - Document given.
2210 Kaukalau - Unable to find.
2211 Komo - Document given.
Page 370, 2214 Kapuipui - He is in Waipahu, 3-4 years.
2216 Kaohe - Unable to find.
2217 Kalani - Unable to find.
2218 Kaawahua (deceased) Kailikole, tbe heir.
2219 Keawe - document given.
5431 Kaoo - Informant sayd he has left.
5574 Kanakaokai - Document given.
Page 393, 5579 Kahapapa - document given.
7145 Kekuinau (deceased) - no known heir.
Page 389, 7637 Kamakea, S.W.
8598 Kahalanhina - Document given.
8626 Kamai - Unable to find.
8801 Kaaia - document given.
8850 Kaiahua, wife of Kamaha unable to locate.
8956 Kaumamea - unable to locate.
9043 Kaipuki - unable to locate.
9044 Kanakahiakua - document given.
9045 Kukuiehu - unable to locate.
9046 Keawe - unable to locate.
9047 Kawaia - unable to locate.
9038 Lupe - document is available
9048 Lono (deceased)
1921 Moku - document is available.
1994 Haemae - document is available.
1946 Makalii - document is available.
1949 Ma (deceased)- Document is available.
2204 Maluae - Document is available.
4720 Mailekini - Document is available.
1927 Nawaakakelo - has registered claim.
2200 Nahalauwlla - Unable to locate.
3906 Neki - Unable to locate.
3922 Napoka - No claim - fee simple.
10470 Namokueka - Not available.
2196 Pinao- Document not available.
2197 Puna - Document available.
2198 Poopoo - document available.
5474 Keokolu - Not available.
5474 Kaohe - Document available.
5475 Kaianuo - Document available.
4067 Manoa - Not Available.
5474 Maluae - Docunent available.
9049 Heui - Not available.
5431 Kekipi's - Not available.
8253 Kale - Not available.
8609 Keaweahano - Not available.
4798 Na Kamana - Not available.
8033 Akaole - Not available.
4035 Davis, R.G. - Not available.
2677 Ehu - Not available.
1934 Hao - Not available.
2207 Hawea - Not available.
3999 Hikau - Not available.
8065 Hanula (deceased) - No heir.
8100 Heleikaloa (deceased) - No heir.
8252 Hawaii - Document given.
1300 Kapaloulu (Deceased).
1301 Kanepuaa (deceased).
1307 Kahoi - Unable to locate.
1415 Keaka - Unable to locate.
1429 Kaaloa - Unable to locate.
1440 Kekaha (deceased).
1461 Kapapahi [left blank]
1515 Kaihualua - Document given.
1536 Kaneaulii - Not available, from page 414, Vol. 3, F/T.
1620 Keoahu - Not available.
1634 Kapopou (deceased).
1651 Kalohe - Not available.
1653 Keaka - Not available.
1722 Keo - Not available.
1723 Koolau (deceased).
1763 Kanakeawe (deceased).
1765 Kamalie - Not available.
1778 Kawelo (deceased).
1813 Keaka, J. Not available.
1832 Kuihi - (deceased).
1867 Kalakapu - has rejected claim.
1872 Kauhi - Has rejeeted claim.
1876 Kapopoho - (deceased).
1878 Kepa (deceased).
1953 Kauihe - Document given.
1905 Kauhikeha - Not available.
1992 Kanepaiki - Not available.
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.... ahu (page 388).
No. 8040, Akaka, Kanepaiki enclosure Kalihi, Oahu.
No. 1232, Makahuki
No. 1534, Malaekoa
No. 1805, Makaokalai
No. 3027, Kulaia
Keawe, sworn, says the above claimants all died last year of the small pox. None of them have any legal representatives left, and their lands have been taken by the konohiki.
Hall and Simone, Honolulu, 21 April 1854
To the Board of Commissioner to quiet land title, from page 347 [claim 11235]
Having been informed by Mr. Robertson, Vice President of your Board, that certain claims had been presented for Kuleanas in the land known as Waikane, in Koolaupoko, on the Island of Oahu, we hereby protest against your allowing such claims, for the following reasons.
1st. That we made application, according to the form made and prescribed by the Laws of the Kingdom, to purchase said land, and after due deliberation, our request was granted.
2nd. That we have a royal patent for the Ahupuaa of Waikane, signed by His Majesty,Kamehameha, and Keoni Ana, and sealed with the Seal of the King, conveying to us the whole of the land above mentioned: These kuleanasbelow are not listed.
Kamai, No. 5615, Eka, 4 17/100
Kaupaakai, No. 5651, Eka, 2 96/100
Kahinu, No. 5656, Eka, 2 5/10
Kaheana, No. 5658, Eka, 2 47/100
Koma, No. 5711, Eka 55/100
Kuluahi, No. 5712, Eka, 1 38/100
Ku, No. 5716, Eka, 4 12/100
Kaikaina, No. 5723 and 8998, Eka, 2 28/100
Kauhoe, No. 5727, Eka, 1 34/100
Palauhulu, No. 5938, Eka, 7 76/100
Pakahu, No. 5938, Eka, 2 90/100
Wahilua, No. 6051, Eka, 1 92/100
Melewahine, No. 6085, Eka, 2 12/100
Kauolea, No. 8998, Eka, 2 61/100
Manoanoa, No. 10158, Eka, 1 64/100
Makanui, No. 10880, Eka, 1 72/100
Puaa, No. l0880B, Eka, 2 91/100
Kanelaulu, No.[left blank], Eka 2 73/100
Makakukae, [Left blank], Eka 2 59/00.
The government's church site. [Acres] 5.
[total] 58.32/100 Eka.
3rd. That after subtracting the above reservation, there remained 1698 48/100 acres for which we have paid the Government in cash $1,884.48 besides for deed 4.00 and for surveying 18.00. [total] $1,906.48
4. That we have acted in the whole transaction in the most perfect good faith, and made every effort, before our deed was perfected, to have all claims settled. We even went personally, and sent notice by letter, and verbally on several occasions to have claimants appear and prove their claims, as required by the rules of your Board. We did not press the perfecting of the deed, but left the Government entirely free to take its own time in the matter.
We therefore most earnestly protest against the awarding of any claims included in our Royal Patent, not specially exempted in the instrument itself, as above set forth.
It is unnecessary for us to do more that faint [?] at the confusion that must ensue, and the destruction ofall confidence in land titles, if Royal Patents are allowed to be disturbed, and purchases of government land subjected to litigation and annoyance in maintaining their rights. There are points upon which every member of your Board will be able to pass a just opinion, and see their bearing.
We therefore submit the above fact, and make this our protest, in the full behalf that you will make no awards to conflict with the Royal Patent we hold, and for which we have paid the government a full and fair equivalent.
Very respectfully, Your obedient Servants
Edwin 0. Hall, Henry Dimone [Dimone or Simone]
[Oahunotes: If other names and notes are found in other volumes they will be added to this list. As time permits references to these notes will be put under each claim number]