Mahele Documents

00113
Claim Number: 00113
Claimant: Paki, Abner
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honolulu
Ili: King St.
Statistics: 6706 characters 1171 words
No. 113, Paki, claimant
F.R. 111v1


No. 113 to 126 inclusive, A document containing 14 claims copied in Native Register, page 108


N.R. 108v1
No. 113, A. Paki, See Sketch l, Lot named Egypt

This lot was formerly unused, and I fenced it with a wooden fence and it has continued from that time till now. Within this lot was a smaller lot for my kahu, Likalani, but he conveyed it absolutely to me and sailed for Kahiki, leaving it for me.
A. PAKI


N.T. 167v1
No. 113, A. Paki, Nos 113-126, Honolulu, October 20, 1846

Governor M. Kekuanaoa's sworn testimony:
I have heard that place is for Konia, all of it, from there to the land belonging to Kalanikahua to the lot of the church I have known there are three persons with interests: Pauahi, Kanuna, Konia, and had Kaoleiohu lived, perhaps Pauahi would have been the heir. It is known the property is for Konia.

Diagram 1 - Kauanui's sworn testimony: [no diagram in this text]

I am an attendant for Paki and I am living at Egypt. At the time (I) was living at B [left blank] , it was land which had been given by the chief Umikalani. He had received it previously and had built a house for Paki. A fence was built also. There are no other interests here, only Paki.

John Ii's sworn testimony:

I have known Paki's interest in Egypt; however, I do not know the reason for his residence there, but I have known of his continuous residence there which no one has objected.

Maybe the property was enclosed with a fence in the year 1827 or 1828.
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.... inukawa protest, July 3, 1850

Kauanui, sworn, I have seen this lot over which there is a dispute between Paki and Kahlnukawa. In the year 1829, Mihala had gone with Poki to a foreign country and he had bequested this house lot to A. Paki and Paki has always lived there to this day. This was the first time I had seen /this place /.

I have seen Kahinukawa living there, but there had been no bequest, the reason she was living there was an uncle. I believe she had lived peacefully under Paki. The boundaries are:

Mauka, Brewer's house lot
Waikiki, A. Paki's house lot
Makai, Naaoa's lot
Ewa, Puhipaka's lot.

Puhipaka's house lot has been included in this lot and Puhipaka lives under Paki; therefore, the boundary at this time, on the Ewa side, is this land over which there is a dispute with Kahinukawa. Hana Holmes' house lot and Naaoa's house lot have been acquired by Paki by a sale between him and Opunui for $10.00. Now this claim is for Paki permanently, in addition to Mihalani's lot. All of this extends the boundary to Chapel street on the makai side.

Kealo, sworn, I do not know about the argument between Paki and Kahinukawa. I do know about Opunui's house sale with Paki after the roads were broken the year 1839 or 1838 probably, but I do not know about the sale of Naaoa's section. I have hearsay from Opunui there had been a sale with Paki for Naaoa's place for $10 00 and that Paki has that place permanently.

See pg. 632, Vol. 3 N.T.

[Award 113; R.P. 299; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 2.11 Acs]