Mahele Documents

03519 Kamakea, son
Claim Number: 03519
Claimant: Pauloa
Other claimant:Kamakea, son
Other name: Pouloa
Island: Maui
District: Wailuku
Ahupuaa: Waihee
Ili: Palailaiha
Statistics: 2300 characters 399 words
No. 3519, [Pauloa], Kamakea
N.R. 99-100v6

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby petition for my claim at Paleileiha. It was taken by Keaweiwi and conveyed to Pia, but this petition is not for the konohiki's place, but for our own place. Within this land are 19 lo`i of the konohiki, that is his claim, and the portion of our land was taken by Pia for himself without /our/ being at fault.
KAMAKEA, son of Pauloa
Waihee, 2 December 1847

F.T. 25v8
Cl. 3519, Pauloa

Kapu, sworn, The claimant's land is one piece of kalo and kula in the ili of Palailaiha, Waihee, Maui. The claimant received it from Z. Kaauwai in 1829. His title is not disputed. There are 1 ....

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.... e. Land from Z. Kaauwai in 1829. 11 Poalimas there. No objections.

Mauka by Land enclosure
Kahakuloa by Pahihi ili
Makai by Kahahalua
Wailuku by Pia.

Pia had opposed to the 9 patches, the lauhala and the house lot. This is Pauloa's own claim, Pia was in error in taking from Pauloa. Pia took a trip to Oahu and inquired of Kaauwai as to the number of Koeles there were in Palailaiha. He was told there were 3 koele patches. That when he returned he was informed there were 16 koeles. 7 koele patches were lost so Pia took 9 patches, the house site and the pandanus. This was wrong on Pia's part, this land should be returned to Pauloa.

[Award 3519; R.P. 5987; Paleileiha Waihee Wailuku; 3 ap.; 1.72 Acs]