Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01627
Claimant: Keonea
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Waikiki, Manoa
Ili: Kanewai
Statistics: 3117 characters 506 words
No. 1627, Keonea
N.R. 189v3

`Ili of Kanewai, ahupua`a of Waikiki, Island of Oahu. I have two lo`i, one house lot. One of my lo`i is on the east, one is on the west. My lo`i on the east is bounded by the lo`i of Niau, on the east by the kula of Maalahia, on the south by the irrigation ditch of Waahila, on the west by the lo`i of Kalama. My lo`i on the west is bounded on the north by the lo`i of Nahinai, on the east by the lo`i of Nuuanu, on the south by the lo`i of Kalama, on the west by the lo`i of Hoewaa.

F.T. 151v3
No. 1627, Keonea

Kauawaa, sworn, I know this land in Kanewai, Waititi, in 3 pieces.

1 Hale lot. 1 house, no fence, all kula
Mauka is Kalama
Waialua [sic], Kal ....

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.... use and the boundaries are:
Mauka, Kalama, the konohiki
Waialae, Naluahinenui
Makai, Aea's land
Honolulu also, Aea's land.

[No.] 2. Taro section, 1 patch and the boundaries are:
Mauka, Nuuanu
Waialae, Maka
Makai, Kawelo
Honolulu, Nahinai.

[No.] 3. Taro section, 1 patch:
Mauka, Kahaha's land
Waialae, Haleanau
Makai for Kalama, the konohiki
Honolulu, Niau.

Keonea had received this land from Kalaihaawe, the konohiki, during the lifetime of Kinau and he has always lived there, no one objecting to this day.

Kala, sworn, Our testimonies are similar, no one objecting till this day.

[Award 1627; R.P. 7399; Kanewai Manoa Kona; 3 ap.; .48 Ac.]