Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 03180
Claimant: Kauhuki
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalihi
Statistics: 1485 characters 216 words
No. 3180, Kauhuki
N.R. [114]-115v4

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim, as in the Law. There are thirteen lo'i. Also, mauka, is Ha(?), a mountain area, a good valley, where I have a claim. It is in the `ili of Pohakalawai in Kalihi, Island of Oahu.
Residence: Pohakalawai

N.T. 315-316v10
No. 3138!, Kauhuki, 21 September 1853

Kaipuoeoe, sworn, this claim is in the ili of Pohoakalawa ....

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.... her at the time of Kinau and the upheard [sic upheaval] by Kaoni [Kaomi]. Kapaekahuna had received this land from Kalei at the time Poki had returned with the corpse of the Lihollho's in 1825.

Kauhuki had always lived on these places until his death on 4 September. Then the land was bequested to Kanukuhuluhulu, his younger brother. No objections.

Section 2: Is planted with taro, banana and sugar cane - they are growing abundantly.

[No. 3180 not awarded]