Statistics: 4786 characters 794 words
No. 205-206, Anthony Catalena , Claimant
To the Honorable Commissioners for settling land Titles. Gentlemen. The undersigned does hereby send in his claim for a certain piece of land in the District of Waikapu given by Pupahaihai, konohiki of the said land, Waikapu, for a house lot to build upon which I now hold possession, given in the year 1837. Length of the said yard is 73 fathoms by 33 wide, likewise a Bullock pen attached to the said lot.
Signed, ANTHONY CATALENA
I, Hoapili Wahine, hereby transfer and confirm to Anthony Catalena and his Sandwich Island born heirs forever, a certain land in Waikapu by the name of Halepalahalaha, also a certain fishing ground with it by the name of Nuukoli, said land and fishing ground to belong to Anthony Catalena and his Sandwich Island born heirs forevermore together belonging with all privileges belonging to said land & fishing ground, and no rent or tax shall ever be required, more than is required of other lands & fishing grounds of the same character.
We also hereby agreed that said land and fishing ground shall never be transferred to any alien or non-resid ....
[End of Top Preview]
This document has been trimmed for your preview.
To view and download this record, add to your document tray by clicking on the button.
Add to Document Tray
[End of Preview]
.... on not living in Hawaii.
In witness whereof we sign our names and affix our seals on June 5, 1840, at Lahaina.
N. HOAPILI WAHINE
Witness: W. Richards
We agree to this instrument
Kamehameha III, KEKAULUOHI
Nos. 205 and 206, Anthony Catalena, Lahaina, Dec 30, 1846
W. Richards, sworn, This is a document for Hoapili-wahine. I have seen the drawing of it and Kekauluohi pen their signatures on it.
Work on these lots have been postponed and will resume when (we) get to Wailuku. See page 117, Vol. III
(Also a survey connected with this claim)
Nos 205 and 206, Anthony Catalena, Lahaina December 30, 1846
W. Richards, sworn, This is a document for Hoapili-wahine. I have seen the drawing of it and I have written my name on it as a witness. I have also seen Kamehameha III and Kekauluohi pen their signatures on it.
Work on these lots have been postponed and will resume when (we) get to Wailuku.
[Award 205; R.P. 7660; Halipalahalaha Waikapu; 1 ap.; 13.61 Ac.; See also 206 for F.T. and N.T. documents]