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Claim Number: 02766
Claimant: Naloloa
Other claimant:Kaikai, wife; heir
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Koolauloa
Ahupuaa: Waialee, Kaunala, Paumalu
Ili:
Statistics: 4461 characters 802 words
No. 2766, Naloloa, Waialee, Oahu, December 31, 1847
N.R. 626v3


To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Naloloa, hereby state my claim for land at Waialee. The name of the mo`o is Kanihikala. There are four taro lo`i, two watercourses, and one lo`i in another place. The boundaries of the four lo`i and the two watercourses are: on the north, the sea, on the east, the Government Lo`is, on the south, kula land, on the west, Pahipahialua. There are three sweet potato gardens, a pali of sweet potato and sugarcane. At Kaunala is my claim for three alani /orange/ trees, being the place where Palikea iki stands. At Paumalu I have a claim for three koa canoe trees and a cultivated kula. My house lot claim is at Waialee, bounded on the north by the Government Road, on the east by a kula, on the south by the mo`o of Kauaua, on the west by Keliikui's lot. My right of occupying this land was from the time that Haalilio was the konohiki over Waialee, in the year 1832.
NALOLOA X, his mark


F.T. 445v11
Helu 2766, Naloloa, Waialua, Januari 16, ....

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Waianane - house lot of Mahoe
Koolaupoko - kula of Puunoni.

The house lot was received from his father-in-law, who got it in the time of Kamehameha I. The taro mo`o was received by him from T. Haalilio in the time of Kinau. No one has disputed the house lot. Naloloa died in January, 1849. No one disputed the mo`o until 1847.

In 1847 it was disputed by Hana, wahine of Haalilio. Afterwards, control of Waialee went to Piikoi, who opposed Naloloa. Therefore, Naloloa appealed to the Governor and the Governor ordered that first Naloloa should chose his lo`i and afterwards Piikoi should choose his lo`i, and so forth until all the lo`is had been chosen in turn.

Naloloa's heir was his wife, Kaikai. The luna whom Piikoi placed at Waialee, named Namala, confirmed all the land to Kaikai.

Nua, sworn, My knowledge of it is the same as that of Kanealii.

Kaumailiula, sworn, I am a newcomer in Waialee - my knowledge of the claim of Naloloa is exactly the same as theirs.

[Award 2766; R.P. 2997; Waialee Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 1.2 Acs]