Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01139
Claimant: Holoua
Other claimant:
Other name: Holona
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honolulu
Ili: Kawananakoa, Palikea
Statistics: 3935 characters 602 words
No. 1139, Holoua
N.R. 644v2


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Palikea in Honolulu. There are five patches. One patch /is bounded/ on the south by Kepu's land, on the west by Kaohana's /land/, on the north by the patch of Kepu, on the east by the patch of Kapahi. /Another patch is bounded/ on the south by the patch of Kuaana, on the north is Kapahi's land, on the west is Kahili's land, on the north is Kaaleo. One patch is in another place; on the south is the patch of Paiwa, on the west and north is Molina's. One patch is in another place; on the west is Kapaeli, however, Kapaeli belongs to Palikea. There is also a house lot in another land, Kaaha.
HOLOUA X, his mark


F.T. 370-371v2
Cl. 1139, Holoua, 3 July 1848

Hawaii, sworn, This land is in Palakea in Honolulu uka, and Kawananakoa.

!. First, Kawananakoa, bounded:
Mauka by Kaolu's land
Waititi, John Ii's
Makai by Kamaikue's
Ewa by Kaha's land.

It is fenced and claimant has two houses on it. He got it from Kaha in time of Kinau, and has held it in peace till the presnt time.

2. Second, Palakea, bounded:
Mauka, Kepu's land
Wai ....

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.... nd Haloua has two houses there. Kaaha had given him the houselot during Kinau's reign and he has lived there in peace to this day.

2. And the boundaries of the section at Palikea are
Kepu's land, mauka
Kinimaka's land, Waikiki and makai
Kahalelauhala's land, Ewa.

There are three patches in this section.

3. And for the second:
Pahuluhulua, a land, mauka
Niolapa, a land, Waikiki;
Kaukahaku, makai and
Pahuluhulu's land Ewa.

4. And the boundaries of the other section are:
Kepu's land, mauka
Kinimaka's land, Waikiki and makai
Pehu's land, Ewa.

5. And again for this section:
Kamaikui's land, mauka
Kaaha's land, Waikiki;
Kepu's land, makai
Kamaikui's land, Ewa.

All of these four sections belongingto Holoua have been from Kepu, given at the time of Kuakini and Holoua has lived there to this day in peace."

Molina, sworn and stated, "I have seen all of these five sections belonging to Holoua just as Hawaii has just related here."

[Award 1139; R.P. 61; Kawananakoa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.61 Acs; R.P. 62; Palikea Honolulu Kona; 4 ap.; .38 Ac.; Apana 3 to Kepu R.P. 7225]