Mahele Documents

02768B Mooni, wife
Claim Number: 02768B
Claimant: Maio
Other claimant:Mooni, wife
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Waialua
Ahupuaa: Kawailoa, Anahulu
Ili: Anahulu lalo, Koheo
Statistics: 4541 characters 743 words
[No. 2768B], Maio, Waialua, Oahu, December 29, 1847
N.R. 627-628v3

[Listed as 2768!]

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Maio, am a claimant for land at Kapaamuku, Kawailoa, Waialua, which was from Kahalau. There are eight lo`i, two sections of watercourse, bounded on the north by Kahalau's /land/, on the east by Pilipi's /land/ and Wehelau's, and Kaukaliu's, and Kahuna's, and Kahui's, and Kulika's /lands/. On the west, by Kealainanea's, Lonokaeho's, Pilipi's, Nanea's /lands/. The house lot is bounded on the north by the road and the muliwai, on the east by Kekauwa's /land/, on the south by a land, on the west by Kahalau's /land/. I have tended this land for 25 years.
MAIO


F.T. 481v11
No. 2768, Maio, Waialua, January 19, 1850
[should be 2768B]

Kahuionohi, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona mau aina Elua mau apana ma keia mau ili ma Kawailoa, Waialua, Oahu. Ua hanau i ka wa o Kamehameha I.

Apana 1. 8 loi 2 pauku auwai. Moo Kapaamuku ili o Anahululalo.
Apana 2. Paha ....

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.... kea mai ia ia.

Ua hoohikiia o Olopana, Ua like kona ike me Kahakai

Wana aoao 516


F.T. 513-514v11
No. 2768B, Maio

Kahakai, sworn, I know three lands of Maio at Ukoa, Kawailoa.

Apana 1. Hiwa is the mo`o, 7 lo`i, joined with the pali.
Mauka, mo`o of Ihukoko, for Palea
Waianae, Anahulu Stream
Makai, the konohiki's lo`i, Kahaleloa
Koolaupoko, pali.

2. Communal lot. It is at Ukoa in the sweet potato lot.

3. House lot. It is at Ukoa and is combined with Kealohaio ma's place.
Mauka, road
Waianae, Kealohanui's house
Makai, wall and road
Koolaupoko, Olopana's house lot.

Her land was received from her former husband in the time of Kaahumanu I. The house lot was from the second husband, named Puali. No one has disputed her.

Olopana, sworn, His knowledge of it the same as Kahakai's.

See page 516 [Paalaa claim]

[Award 2768B; R.P. 1472; Kawailoa Waialua; 3 ap.; 2.66 Acs; See 2768 for Paalaa award documents and Award 10199]