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Claim Number: 03544C
Claimant: Naehu
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Wailuku
Ahupuaa: Waikapu
Ili: Pualinapau
Statistics: 4892 characters 860 words
Cl. 3544C, Naehu
F.T. 512-513v7


The claimant made oath that Kekua wrote out his Claim and sent it to Oahu in 1867.

Manu, sworn, The claimant's land consists of one piece, a House lot in the ili of Pualinapau, Waikapu, Maui.

The claimant obtained this land as heir of Pika. Pika took up the spot as waste land in 1837, and built a house on it. In 1840 he fenced the same and dwelt there in peace until 1846 when James Louzada desired it and a boundary or enlargement of his lot, and therefore raised a dispute about it. He had no foundation for his dispute however, and Pika lived there until he died in 1847. Then the dispute rose higher and Louzada drove them away and the place has remained unoccupied until this.

Pika's true heirs are Luukia his widow, and Naehu his brother and his sister Ahuula.

It is bounded:
Mauka & Waihee sides by James Louzada's place
Kula by the Government Lot
Maalaea by the ili of Kaaa.

This was postponed and notice given to J. Louzada's Agent to appear tomorrow and bring his witnesses. A letter was addressed to Thomas Hermessy his Agent at Waikapu requesting to appear tomorro ....

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.... `Ili in Waikapu. This true right was from Pika. Pika lived there from 1837 in peace, until 1846. Pika diedin 1847 and at this time /the claim/ was opposed by Kimo Lutera /James Louzada/, who was living in Waimea on Hawaii; his reason being that an edge of his land entered into this house lot of Pika. The heirs of Pika are Luukia, Naehu and Ihuula.

The boundaries are:
Mauka and Waihee the land of James Louzada
Kula by Government Lot
Maalaea the `Ili of Kaaa.

Dispute between Pika and James Louzada /Lutera/

Keliiolelo, sworn, I know that place was for Pika and I and my son-in-law, James Louzada, hired /the workmen/ to fence the lot and at that time no one opposed us. At the time my son-in-law and I measured, We measured the entire lot. We never heard that anyone objected at that time, that is what I know.

Because of this dispute, the Land Commissioners made the following decision: "Let this claim of Pika, for which Naehu petitions for them, be sold."And Luukia, the widow of Pika, agreed to sell that place for $17.50. James Louzada was to give this said sum. That was the decision by the Land Commissioners.

[No. 3544C not awarded]