Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01530
Claimant: Weuweu
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalihi
Ili: Niau II
Statistics: 3268 characters 519 words
No. 1530, Weuweu
N.R. 146-147v3


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: From the time that Kinopu was alive until this day on which I petition you /I have held/ my land claim at Niau II, makai of Kalihi, Island of Oahu, which is described as follows: Beginning mauka, one lo`i adjoins makai of the lo`i of Kalaauolupe, two lo`i adjoin makai of the po`alima lo`is, one lo`i adjoins makai of the lo`is of Kahau, one lo`i adjoins makai of this lo`i of mine, one lo`i of mine adjoins above these lo`is of mine. The boundaries of a group of lo`i are: on the north, the stream, on the east, the land of Kalaauolupe, on the south, the land fence, on the west, the land of Kama. One "sand dune" pond is leeward of Kahunahana's, one pond is leeward of the pond of Keuwiuwi. One kula, on its lo ....

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.... a and Kaailauhala's land
Ewa, Kukona's land.
This is in Niau two.

3. One sand dune where:
Mauka is J. Ii's land
Honolulu, Paniani's land; Ii's
Makai, Alika's land
Ewa, Kukona's land.

4. There is a banana gulch in Niau II.
Mauka is Alika's land
Honolulu, the mountain
Makai, Kaunuohua's land
Ewa, a stream.

All of Weuweu's lands are from Kalaualu given at the time of Kamehameha I and since that time to the present, there has been peace. No one has objected.

Laanui, sworn, I have seen Weuweu's land exactly as Kalaauolupe has just related here; Kaunuohua is the konohiki of the land.

[Award 1530; R.P. 3503 & 4141; Niau Kalihi Kona; 4 ap.; 1.61 Acs]