Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 02246G
Claimant: Kanehailua
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Koolaupoko
Ahupuaa: Kahaluu
Ili: Kouli
Statistics: 3018 characters 462 words
No. 2246G, Kanehailua
F.T. 390-390-1v11


Pika, sworn says, I wrote out this claim and handed it to Namauu in 1847.

Maileluhao, sworn says, I know the claimant's land in Kahaluu, Koolauloa, Oahu.

No. 1 is 10 lois.
No. 2 is a patch of orange trees & bananas.
No. 3 is a pia patch and house lot.

No. 1 is bounded:
Kaneohe by the stream
Mauka by Kekuikaua's land
Waiahole by the pali
Makai by Kekuikaua's land.

No. 2 is bounded:
Kaneohe by the stream
Mauka by the pali
Waiahole by the pali
Makai by Kekuikaua's land.

No. 3 is bounded:
Kaneohe by kula of konohiki
Mauka by kula of konohiki
Waiahol ....

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.... au-poko - 3 land sections.

1. 10 taro patches - The boundaries are:
Kaneohe, the stream
Mauka, land of Kekuikaua
Waiahole, a precipice
Makai, land of Kekuikaua.

2. Banana patch and 6 orange trees:
Kaneohe, a stream
Mauka and Waiahole, precipice
Makai, land of Kakuikaua.

3. Flower garden and a house site: Kaneohe and around the entire section borders the konohiki land.

Kahekili had given him his land during Kinau's time before 1839 and he has lived comfortably to the present time. No one has objected.

Kaauhalawa, sworn, The statements above are true; I have known similarly.

[Award 2246G; R.P. 3065; Kouli Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 2.986 Acs]