Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 04918
Claimant: Kapapa
Other claimant:Koluakine, widow
Other name:
Island: Hawaii
District: Hilo,Puna
Ahupuaa: Piihonua, Kaupakuea,
Ili: Waipilo,Kamilo,Puupalua,Kahuaoa,Neeau,Keaau
Statistics: 3598 characters 597 words
[No. 4918], Kapapa, January 17, 1948
N.R. 354v4

[Listed as 4918A]

Greetings to you, The Land Commissioners: I, Kapapa, hereby state my claim for things which were planted, to be returned to me. Here is my claim for planted things. A hau tree at Kahuaoa in Hilo, - on the return here of Kamehameha on the first Keoua /ship/, that was when I planted it - I do not have it at this time. There is an orange tree at Neaau which I planted in 1831, and at this time I am nearly deprived of it, because someone else thinks of taking it. There are also some coconut trees at the place where one emerges from Panaewa. There are some coffee trees at Keaau, and some trees at Piihonua, and some trees at Kaupokuea. Those are my claims of plantings, which I state to you with the wish that they be returned to me, and not to someone else.
Farewell and peace to you.

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.... fee grove in Waipilo ili.
Section 4 - Hau grove in Kamilo ili.
Section 5 - Coffee grove in Puupalua ili.

Kanehiwa had given Kapapa this land in 1829, no one had objected.

Section 1 - The boundaries are:
Mauka by Paulo
Puna by Mikoele
Kohala by Akina
Hamakua by Government road.

Section 2:
Mauka by Naoka's land
Puna by Waipilo stream
Kohala by ocean
Hamakua by Kaoma ahupuaa.

Section 3:
Mauka, Puna and Ka`u by Naoka's land
Hilo by Kaoma ahupuaa.

Section 4:
Mauka by Government road
Puna by cemetery
Ka`u and Hilo by Waipilo stream.

Section 5:
Mauka by Kanekoa Kaeo's land
Puna by Wahine's land
Ka`u by Naohka's land
Hilo by Keo's land.

[Award 4918; R.P. 5546; Kapaleuea Hilo; 1 ap.; 4.1 Acs]