Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01519
Claimant: Koikumuole
Other claimant:Kapule, daughter; heir
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalihi
Ili: Kaliawa
Statistics: 2743 characters 422 words
No. 1519, Koikumuole
N.R. 142v3

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: My land claim at Kaliawa, makai of Kalihi, Island of Oahu, is from the time of the commotion over Kaomi, until this day on which I peti-tion you. Beginning from mauka, one lo`i adjoins makai of the highway. Five lo`i adjoin makai of the road going down to the sea. The bound-aries of the kula are: on the north, the lo`is where the taro is growing, on the east the boundary of the land of Alika, on the south and west, the road.
KOIKUHUOLE X, his mark
7 December 1847

F.T. 70-71v3
Cl. 1519, Koikumuole, December 29, 1848

Kalaauolupe, sworn, I ....

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.... 's land
Ewa, Nahinu's land.

Koikumuole's land is from Kahunahana in the year 1835 and he had lived there in peace. Koikumole had two children and he is dead.

3. Section three has five patches:
Mauka is Kukae's land
Honolulu, Kaailauhala's land
Makai, Kukae's land and
Ewa, Nahinu's land.

Kapule, the daughter of Koikumuole, herself did say that her father had bequested the land to her and her brother.

Kukona, sworn, I have seen Koikumuole's land in Kalihi just as Kalaauolupe has just related here.

[Award 1519; R.P. 4136; Kaliawa Kalihi Kona;; 2 ap.; 1.72 Acs]