Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 00854
Claimant: Huluhulu
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Ewa
Ahupuaa: Waikele
Statistics: 4426 characters 723 words
No. 854, Huluhulu, October 26, 1847
N.R. 478v2

Greetings to the Land Commissioners; I hereby tell you of my land claim here at Waikele. I have four patches, within one moo in the Ahupua`a. On the east is the place of Kukoeke, on the south the place of Manoanoa, on the north, Kuauli. At Kahakuohia is one pond at Puhalahua.
House claim, the kula was from Kaholo, the house is mine, it is on the south.

F.T. 342v2
Cl. 854, Huluhulu, June 12 [1848]

Puolohinalo, sworn, This is in Waikele, Ewa.

1. First, house lot, bounded:
Mauka by Kaehunana's land
Honolulu by Munoauoa's
Makai by house of Kahoohaumomi
Waianae by Government fence.

There is one house but no fence. Claimant owns the house. There are 8 beds of kalo. Claimant got the place from Makue when Kuakini was Governor of the fort. It has never been disputed.

2. Kalo land, or a fish pond, bounded:
Mauka by Puaalahua's land, and Honolulu
Makai by Kalaimoku Hanapilo's
Waianae ....

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No. 854, Huluhulu, June 12

Puolohinalo, sworn and stated, "I have seen Huluhulu's house site and taro land at Waikele and the boundaries of the house lot and some patches are:

Kaehemana's land, mountainside
Manoanoa's land, Honolulu
Hookaamaomi's land, toward the sea
a lot, Waianae.

There is no fence on this property and Huluhulu has one house there. Eight patches are included in these boundaries. Huluhulu's land had been from Makue at the time of Kuakini's governorship for the island of Oahu here; no one has objected.

2. Puhalahina's land, mountainside and Honolulu
Kalaimoku's land, toward the sea
Kaioliokamoa's land, Waianae.

Huluhulu's land had been from Kaihunana in the year 1845 because they were relatives."

Kanealoha, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property exactly as Puolohinalo has just related here. I did see Makue and Kaihunana give land to Huluhulu and no one had objected."

[No. 854 not awarded]