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01742*O
Claim Number: 01742*O
Claimant: Kaauwai, Z.
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Pauoa
Ili: Kamooakua
Statistics: 10810 characters 1787 words
No. 1742*O, Z. Kaauwai
N.R. 235-236v3


Concerning my remaining claims which I state before the court of the Land Commissioners. Greetings: I hereby state my remaining claims, which are in the Ahupua`a of Wailuku on the Island of Maui, within the `ili of Papohaku. I got this land in the year 1843. Also, in Olowalu are two `ilis for my wahine, which she got before the death of Kamehameha I.

Also there are some mo`os of mine in the `ili of Paeohi in Lahaina which I got in the year 1842. Also in Honolulu, at Pauoa, one half of Kamooakua which I got from my Kaikaina, Kaapuiki. There is where my punalua, Nohoua, is living. I got this land in the year 1844. Those are my remaining claims.
I am, with thanks,
Z. KAAUWAI
Waikiki, Oahu, Dec. 14, 1847


F.T. 215-216v3
No. 1742, Z. Kaauwai

Nohohua, sworn, This land is in Pauoa Honolulu aina, kalo 16 patches and some kula, 1 house.

Mauka by Kaapuiki's kula
Waititi by Government fence and I.I.
Makai by Nohomua & Koane
Ewa by Koana & Kaapuiki.

Claimant had this from Kaapuiki in 1846 and has held it undisputed. It wa a gift of friendship.

See page 180 volume 7.


F.T. 180-181v7
Cl. 1742, Z. Kaauwai, See page 215 volume 3 and 187 volume 7

This is a claim for Kaauwai and his wife separately.

Keawelauole, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant, Kaauwai in part. He has two pieces of lands in "Paeohi," Lahaina. The 1st piece, this is a pauku of kalo land called Waiea and the other a pauku of kalo land. There is one poalima loi in the first piece.

The 1st piece is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Kaimunui
Olowalu by Kekuelike's land
Makai by Kaaua's land
Kaanapali by "Wahikuli."

The 2nd piece is bounded:
Mauka by Hauola land and Kimokeo's
Olowalu by Neuneu's land
Makai by Pakea's land
Kaanapali by Kimokeo's land

For his wife's lands, Kaauwai said her witness was at Olowalu and requested that it be postponed until the Commission visits Olowalu.


F.T. 187-188v7
Cl. 1742, Z. Kaauwai, from page 180

This claim was partly heard this forenoon. The part remaining to be heard is that which belongs to Kaauwai's wife, Sale.


Maui, sworn, I know the lands of Sale. They consist of 2 ilis of land in Olowalu. They are called "Kailoaiki," and "Wailoanui."

The claimant received them from her first husband, Kauhane in the year 1814. and she has ever held ....

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.... d to Maui and Haole and their interests.

The boundaries are:

Section 1 - path and pasture.
Mauka and Hana by Kamani
Makai by Beach
Kaanapali by Kaluaokahui.

Section 2 - Taro.
Mauka by Maomao
Hana by Pali
Makai by Kaumukukahi
Kaanapali by Olowalu stream.

Section 3 - Mauka pasture.
Mauka by Mountain
Hana by Kaumukukahi
Makai and Kaanapali by Olowalu stream.

Section 4 - Pasture.
Mauka by Mountain
Hana by Kamani
Makai and Kaanapali by Olowalu stream.


N.T. 651-652v9
No. 1752!, Z. Kaauwai, Wailuku, July 23, 1849
[Should be 1742]

Holoua, sworn, I know his land in the `Ili of Papaohaku, in Wailuku, with seven parcels.
Parcel 1 - 6 Lo`i.
Parcel 2 - 4 Mo`o and kula wauke (this is 1 acre).
Parcel 3 - 5 Lo`i and 2 taro mo`o.
Parcel 4 - 1 Lo`i.
Parcel 5 - 2 Taro mo`o.
Parcel 6 - 6 Taro mo`o.
Parcel 7 - 3 Taro pauku.

Parcels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 were from Namakeha in 1843, and parcel 7 was from Kaunuohua in 1837. Namakeha got his parcels in 1837 from Kaunuohua. No opposition.

No. 1. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Ihuole
Waihee by the land of Naea
Makai by the land of Auimakalani
Maalaea by the land of Laulahea.

No. 2. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Kaaena
Waihee by the Wailuku stream
Makai by the land of Kawahie
Maalaea by the land of Naea.

No. 3. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Moo
Waihee by the land of Kepio
Makai by the land of Naea
Maalaea by the land of Holoku and Moo.

No. 4. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Alihi
Waihee by the land of Naea
Mauka by the land of Moo
Maalaea by the land of Kawahie.

No. 5. is bounded:
Mauka by Peepee
Waihee by the land of Naea
Makai by the land of Alihi
Maalaea by the land of the Mo`i.

No. 6. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Piohia
Waihee by the land of Kawahie and Kahawai
Makai by the land of Kaili
Maalaea by the land of the Mo`i.

No. 7. is bounded:
Mauka by the `Ili of Ala and Pa`ahao
Waihee by Wailuku Stream
Makai by the land of Piohia
Maalaea by an Acre of the Mo`i.

[No. 1742 not awarded on Oahu; (Maui) Award 1742; R.P. 2154 in Kaluaaha Olowalu; 1 ap.; 3 Acs 1 rood 22 rods; Kamani Olowalu; 1 ap.; 2 Acs 3 roods 36 rods; R.P. 5531; Koloa Wailuku; 1 ap.; 15 1/25 Acs; Papohaku Wailuku; 4 ap.; 18.28 Acs; no R.P. Owa, Paiki Wailuku; 1 ap.; 5.26 Acs; & 8453 in Wailuku; See also Award 407]