Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 01825
Claimant: Kuewa
Other claimant:Kekuainulama, counter
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Waikiki
Ili: Kaluaolohe
Statistics: 3932 characters 638 words
No. 1825, Kuewa
N.R. 270v3


`Ili of Kaluaolohe, Waikiki, Island of Oahu. I have six small lo`i, four are on the north and two are on the south of the land. Of the two lo`i on the south, one is dry, on the south of the taro lo`i. These lo`is were given me again by the konohiki. The four lo`is on the north are an old right, /and/ one house lot and one small kula.
KUEWA X


F.T. 195v3
No. 1825, Kuewa

Kahulupi, sworn, this is in Kaluaolohe, Waititi, kula and kalo, 4 patches and 2 houses on it.

Mauka, Keone Ana
Waialae, Kahauaumaikai
Makai, same
Honolulu, also.

Claimant had this from Kaluahinenui in time of Kinau & has held it undisputed.

Kihele, sworn, confirmed the testimony above.


N.T. 523v3
No. 1825, Kuewa

Kahulupii, sworn, I have seen his place at Kaluaolohi in Waikiki.

4 taro patches, pasture, 2 houses ....

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.... be separated by the konohiki. Kaluahinenui had placed Kuewa, as work foreman for the land, he was asked to care for the patch, to plant and sell and the monies to be divided between the both of them. It had been that way until Kailianu had become overseer and now the patch has become a claim.

Kekuamanaole, sworn, I have seen that patch as a koele, my father Kamaikona did koele together with the tenants of Kaluaolohe. Kahanaumaikai did koele here again.

Kuhela , Kahanaumaikai's wife: I have seen it as a koele, later Kaluahinenui had the land. What he and Kuewa, have done there, I have not known, I had gone to Heeia and have lived there for ten years.

Postponed: Work to be resumed next Tuesday.

[Award 1825; R.P. 3703; Kaluahole Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; 1.04 Acs; Land Patent 8206; Kanewai Waikiki Kona; 4 ap.; 3.28 Acs; R.P. 3641; Kaluaolohe Waikiki Kona, 4 ap., no amount, line through entire text, but it is signed]