Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01392
Claimant: Kaipuoeoe
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalihi
Ili: Keakuapalau
Statistics: 2086 characters 330 words
No. 1392, Kaipuaeae
N.R. 96v3

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby claim three farms, far mauka in Kalihi, Island of Oahu.
Residence: Inaipuhi

F.T. 6v3
Cl. 1392, Kaipuoeoe, October 6 [1848]

Umi, sworn, This land is in the ili of Keakuapalau, Kalihi, consisting of:

1 lot of 5 kalo patches and some kula land having one house on it.
Mauka is land of Kuea's
Honolulu 'Kaaloaloa', Kaunuohua's
Makai and Ewa is Kaunuohua's.

2. upland on mountain side planted with potatoes here and there.

3. upland of a similar kin ....

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.... loaloa's land, Kaunuohua
Ewa, Kaunuohua's land.

2. 1 section of planting pasture by the precipice:
Mauka is Alika's place;
Honolulu, Makai and Ewa, Kaunuohua's place.

3. 1 section of planting pasture by the precipice:
Mauka, Makai, Honolulu and Ewa - all for Kaunuohua.

This person's land is from Palupalu. Palupalu had received it from Kaunuohua and at his death, he had bequested it to his wife, Aki. It was bequested to Uma upon Aki's death, but Kaipuoeoe had lived there a long time, since the time of Poki probably in the year 1829 Therefore, the land was acquired by him.

[No. 1392 not awarded]