Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01531
Claimant: Kalaauolupe
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalihi
Ili: Niau I
Statistics: 2510 characters 390 words
No. 1531, Kalaauolupe
N.R. 147v3

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: After Kaomi made the commotion, until this day on which I petition you /I have held/ my land claim at Niau I, makai of Kalihi, Island of Oahu. My lo`is "jump" here and there, explained as follows: three lo`i are together makai of the Government Road, one lo`i adjoins makai of the po`alima lo`i. The boundaries of some other lo`is of mine are: on the north, the stream, on the east, the irrigation ditch, on the south, the lo`i of Ewa and the po`alima lo`is, on the west, the land of Weuweu. The house lot is within these boun ....

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.... a is the foot path to Ewa
Honolulu, Hooliliamanu's land
Makai, Weuweu's land
Ewa, the stream.

1 patch.
Mauka is Kaunuohua's land
Honolulu, Weuweu's land
Makai, Mu's land
Ewa, the stream.

These lands of Kalaauolupe are from Kaunuohua given at the time of Kamehameha the first and it is there he (Kalaauolupe) has lived peacefully to this day.

Weuweu, sworn, I have seen this land exactly as Laanui has just stated, and no one has ever objected to him to this day.

[Award 1531; R.P. 3825; Niau Kalihi Kona; 3 ap.; 1.68 Acs]