Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 04308
Claimant: Kuolulo
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Waialua
Ahupuaa: Kawailoa
Ili: Keekee, Ohulelua, Uau, Keae, Kaeleku, Kaohe, Namahana, Papala, Kakalolea, Palikea, Kupuna, Kaluahooano, Ohaimoa, Kealai, Kanepepe, Kolokini, Kanahauhau, Kanaaulewalewa, Namomoku
Statistics: 2939 characters 440 words
No. 4308, Kualulo, Waialua, Oahu, January 15, 1848
N.R. 246-247v4


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state that I have a claim at Keekee uka, which I got from my makuas. They lived and died at these places, and I am occupying them at this time. Therefore, I think this land should be mine forever.

My makuas got this land at the time of Kamehameha I. It is bounded on the north by a pali and I have wauke at this pali. On the east is konohiki land, on the south is Keeleku and the pali, which is for me and Keeleku. I have sweet potato on this land and also wauke at this pali. On the west is Keekee. I also have some lo`i there. This land is from Keau.

2. At Uau are seventeen lo`i, at Ohulelua are twenty-seven lo`i. This is finished. Here are the places I cultivate in the mountain,

ln the okipus of Kaohe:
3. In the okipu of Namahana
4. The okipu of Papala
5. In the okipu of Kakalolea
6. In the okipu of Palikea ....

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.... mehameha I. Aole mea keakea mai ia ia a hiki I keia wa.

Hoohikiia o L. Kuokoa, Ua ike au, ua pololei ko Kamakea ike, pela ko`u ike.


F.T. 542v11 translation
No. 4308, Kuolulo, in Kawailoa

Kamakea, sworn, I know of three parcels of land of Kuolulo:

Apana 1. Keekee 2, 10 or more lo`I and a kula
Apana 2. Keekee 2, some lo`I and a kula.
Apana 3. Kaeleku, sweet potato kula.

Apana 1:
Mauka, Waianae, pali
Makai, Koolauloa, Anahulu Stream.

Apana2:
Mauka, land of Konohiki
Waianae, Stream
Mauka, pali
Koolauloa, sweet potato kula.

Apana 3:
Mauka, land of Kamakea
Waianae, Mauka, pali
Koolauloa, Anahulu Stream.

He received this land from his parents in the time of Kamehameha I and is undisputed until the present.

L. Kuokoa, sworn, My knowledge of it is that Kamakea's knowledge is correct.

[Award 4308; R.P. 3072; Eleku Kawailoa Waialua; 3 ap.; 8.42 Acs]