Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 04921
Claimant: Kaonohimaka, G.
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Hamakualoa
Ahupuaa: Haiku
Statistics: 2271 characters 367 words
No. 4921, Kaonohimaka, Haiku, 17 Jan. 1848
N.R. 219-220v6

Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my land claims in Haiku, in some `ilis in there. Their names are Puhikoko, Mailehaku, Kailiili - these are kula claims, places cultivated in potatoes as far as the sea. Two taro land `Ilis are Kekekukui and Hiilau. That ends my claim in Haiku. The witness is dead. The one from whom my land came was Hoapili wahine, after which it went to Auhea. This witness of mine is dead.

Here are some claims of mine - the house lot of ....

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.... ku had given Kaniau this land in 1842, no one has objected.

Section 1:
Mauka by Kalia
Koolau by Pali
Makai by Kealiaa
Wailuku by Pali.

Pahua, sworn, He has seen 2 taro sections at Lilikoi, and ili for Haiku and Hoapili had given this in 1830, no one has objected to Kaniau.

Section 2:
Mauka by Pahua
Koolau by Pali
Makai by Mahiai
Wailuku by Pali.

Section 3:
Mauka by Kamakahai
Koolau by Pali
Makai by Pahua
Wailuku by Pali.

[No. 4921 not awarded]