Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 03147
Claimant: Naai, wahine
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honolulu
Ili: Kaakopua, Kahehuna
Statistics: 3444 characters 531 words
No. 3147, Naai [wahine], Honolulu, December 29, 1847
N.R. 70-73v4


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Kaakopua in Honolulu. I have four lo'i; two are together in one place and the other two are in different places. It has been surveyed and there are shown the boundaries of these lo'is. This was my kane's land, given him by Boki. He sailed with Boki and died, and the land was left to me. From that time no one has objected to my occupancy and I have lived in peace on this land. This place has been surveyed and the diagram follows:
NAAI X, her mark

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The survey of the two lo'is of Naai which are together in one place. Beginning at the west corner and running on the first side
North 42° East 1 chain 60 feet along the land of Kakau, to the land of Kaipu ....

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.... and in Honolulu of 3 pieces.

Section 1 - 2 taro patches.
Mauka by Kaipuhaa's land
Waikiki by the konohiki's land
Makai by Kaakau's land
Ewa by Kaakau's land.

Section 2 - 1 taro patch.
Mauka by Keliihehena's land
Waikiki by Kaipuhaa's land
Makai by Naili's land
Ewa by the konohiki's land.

Section 3 - 1 taro patch.
Mauka by Konaaialee's land
Waikiki by Kaakau's land
Makai by Keliihehena's land
Ewa by Koniaa's land.

Naai's land from Kekohai at the time of Kalaimoku and Poki, Naai has lived peacefully to the present time.

Kaluwahinenui, sworn, I have known about this claim just as Mahoe has stated here.

[Award 3147; R.P. 1987; Kaakopua Honolulu Kona; 3 ap.; .54 Ac.; Kahehuna Honolulu Kona; 3 ap.; .54 Ac.]