Statistics: 3223 characters 508 words
No. 101C, Naluai
[note:] claims of Ahaino which were lost but affirmed by witnesses to have been [illegible]
Kanealau, witness [illegible] this claim is in ili Kukui Ahaino
Piece 1st, kalo, surrounded with palis.
Piece 2d, kula
Claims were inherited & the present konohiki confirms this claim.
F.T. 130v6 also page 51
Kanealauwahine, hoohikiia, Ma ka ili o Kukui ma Ahainonui, kalo, kula.
Apana 1. kalo
Apana 2. kula
Malalo, kahawai. ....
[End of Top Preview]
This document has been trimmed for your preview.
To view and download this record, add to your document tray by clicking on the button.
Add to Document Tray
[Start of Bottom Preview (1/3 of document)]
.... ed these parcels of land from his parents, and has had quiet and undisputed possession from the time of Kamehameha II.
E. Kuakamauna, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true; my knowledge of it is the same. I am the Konohiki.
N.T. 130v6 [also page 51]
[No number], Naluai [5237B]
Kanealauwahine, sworn, Taro and pasture in Kukui ili of Ahainonui.
Section 1 - Taro.
Mauka and Manae by Pali
Makai by Mookini
Malalo by stream.
Section 2 - Kula.
Mauka by Keawe
Manae by Pali
Makai by Konohiki
Malalo by Stream.
Naluai began to live here at the time of Kamehameha I, no one has objected to Naluai.
[Award 101C; no R.P.; Kukui Ahaino Kona; 2 ap.; 8.41 Acs; no. 5237B not awarded]