Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01282
Claimant: Keliikanakaole
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kapalama
Ili: Kalawahine
Statistics: 4268 characters 613 words
No. 1282, Keliikanakaole, Honolulu, October 1847
N.R. 54-55v3


Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my house lot claim, at Kalawahine in Honolulu. It is bounded on the north by a kula; on the east by Auwaiolimu; on the south by Nuuanu Street; on the west by my own lo`i and the place of Kaauhauhula.

We lived in this place at the time when Nahienaena was living. We have lived in peace until this time when A. Keiliahonui is objecting to us. There are three houses there which are ours. There are also ten lo`i, six of them adjoin our house lot, one lo`i adjoins Helela's land, two lo`i adjoin Kanunu's land, one lo`i adjoins Alaala's land.

All these lo`i are in Kalawahine, and we have lived peacefully under the konohiki.
KELIIKANAKAOLE


F.T. 494v2
Cl. 1282, Keliikanakaole, September 22, 1848

Kealiihonui, who had been stated to be a counter claimant appeared and denied it, but said he saw some of the kalo land in 1282 lying waste and in duty he told Keliikanakaole th ....

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.... lulu. Two houses are for Keliikanakaole. The side of the lot which is by the road has been enclosed and at the rear of the house are 6 patches.

[Section] 1.
Mauka is Malihini's place
Waikiki, Nuuanu Street
Makai, Kapena's place
Ewa, A. Keliiahonui's place.

Hanuu had received his interest from Nawai at the time Nahienaena was living.

2. 1 taro patch where:
Mauka and Waikiki, Kauka's place
Makai, Kapouhiwa's place
Ewa, Kaaea's place.

3. 1 taro patch:
Mauka is Kaaea's land
Waikiki, Keaweluahi's place
makai and Ewa, my place.

4. 1 taro patch:
Mauka is Makulu's place
Waikiki, Kailiaola's place
Makai and Ewa. Puahiki's place.

All of these places have been from Nawai at the time Nahienaena was alive and he has lived there always to the present; no one has objected, except for Kealiiahonui.

Kini, sworn, Our testimonies are similar. See page 294

[Award 1282; R.P. 406; Kalawahine Kapalama Kona; 5 ap.; 1.06 Acs]