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Claim Number: 01793
Claimant: Hookele/Nahookele
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Moanalua
Ili: Kahaiao, Maili
Statistics: 2990 characters 451 words
No. 1793, Hookele
N.R. 256v3


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby state my claim in the 'ili of Kahaiao, Ahupua'a of Moanalua, Island of Oahu. There are three lo'i, one kula, four coconut trees.
HOOKELE
December 13, 1847


F.T. 189-190v3
No. 1793, Hookele

Kalanikilo, sworn, This land is in Moanalua, Kahaiao, kula & kalo of 4 patches, 1 house.

Mauka is Ulualoha, Kaimu & Waikoke
Honolulu, Oluehu
Makai, Kaupulehu
Ewa, kula of Sumner.

Claimant received this from his father in 1846 & he, Pupuka, lived there from time immemorial.

Kane, sworn, confirmed the testimony.


N.T. 517v3
No. 1793, Hookel ....

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.... separated it was a koele toward the sea, it was not in the uplands. When Hoomoeapule had possession of the land, Hoapili and Kai went to Moanalua to work in the patch, Niau. After this was done, Kai ordered Hoomoeapule to cultivate the patch Kaiahao. It was time of Harvest when Hoapili had returned from the battle of Kauai, however the taro was not of good quality and the patch was given to Pupuka. This was before 1829.

Kaakau (Wahine), sworn, during the time of Kumuehuea and Ulili, there was no koele in this patch, it still was not a koele when Hoomoeapule had possession of it. Nohonani's statements are true.

[Award 1793; R.P. 2075; Kahaiao Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; 3.94 Acs; Maili Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .52 Ac.]