Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01345
Claimant: Lililehua
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honolulu
Ili: Puiwa
Statistics: 3028 characters 491 words
No. 1345, Lililehua
N.R. 81v3

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Lililehua, hereby tell of my claim for eleven lo`i and the kula in the `ili of Puiwa in Nuuanu, Oahu. Eight lo`i and the kula are above, bounded on the north by the kula of Pakaaona; on the east by the lo`i of Iemi and the lo`is of Pakaona, and Manuela's; on the south by the lo`is of Paka, on the west by the lo`is of Naimu. Three lo`i are at the stream, on the north are the lo`is of Kupalii; on the east, the lo`is of Naimu and of Moo; on the south is the stream; on the west the lo`is of Malulu. The kula adjoins the kula of Manuela, above the kula of Moo ma. The house lot bounded on the north by the lo`is of Naimu; on the east by the kula of Puahiki; ....

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.... ches:
Mauka is Keoni's land
Waikiki, Paka's land
Ewa, Pakaona's land
Makai, Naimu's land.

3 - 1 pasture:
Mauka is my place
Waikiki, Moo's land
Makai and Ewa, Manuela's land;

4 - 3 taro patches:
Mauka is Naimu's land
Waikiki, J Booth's land
Makai, Koiamai's place
Ewa, Kupalii land.

Koiamai had given him the land after the time Kaomi had the land and since then, he /Lililehua/ has lived there to the present time; no one has objected.

Naimu, sworn,Our (two) testimonies are similar to Puahiki's report; there is nothing else remaining.

[Award 1345; R.P. 313; Puiwa Nuuanu Kona; 4 ap.; 1.93 Acs]