Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 00824B
Claimant: Niau, wahine
Other claimant:Kamaka & Waioho, sons
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honolulu
Ili: Kawaiahao, King St.
Statistics: 2230 characters 391 words
is a division of Waimea. Pukalani belonged to Kamehameha and he gave it to his man Kakoikumoku. Nohoaina belonged to the chief of Waimea, Kupapaulu.Paulama belonged to Kupapaulu.Puukapu belonged to Kalaimoku. (I do not know the present owners). I do not know who was the Konohiki before Kainea.

Wahahee, sworn, I am kamaaina of the Kings land, Puukapu. I was born there. Commence at Puaapilau, thence to Poohilua, thence to Keohu, thence to Paakainui, thence to Kapuulepo, that is all I know. Puulepo is close to Pukalani, which land joins Puukapu. M ....

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.... the large lands running to the sea, for John Young and Isaac Davis. Kupapaulu went to Keawekuloa, the haku aina, who said if we give Waikoloa to the foreigner they will get Kalahuipua and Anaiomalu (two lands at the beach) then your master will have no fish. So they kept the sea lands and gave Waikoloa to Isaac Davis. John Young asked my parents if it was a large land - they said, the black aa was Napuu, and the good land Waimea.

They kept all the valuable part of the lands, and gave the poor land outside to Isaac Davis. They kept Puukapu