Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 05262
Claimant: Kekualike
Other claimant:
Other name: Kuelike
Island: Maui
District: Honuaula
Ahupuaa: Waipao, Keauhou, Palauea 1
Statistics: 2576 characters 408 words
No. 5262, Kekualike, Honuaula, 17 January 1848
N.R. 253v6

Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kekualike, hereby state my claim to you. In Waipao are three moku mau`u* which have been completely lost to the foreigner. Those are the best places for cultivation in our land, therefore I state to you that I have a right to it. The witnesses are Kaumana and Kala.

Furthermore, there is a moku mau`u at Palauea One; Kaumana is the witness.

At Keauhou is one moku mau`u; Paaluhi is the witness. Also three mala of Irish potatoes; Kaumana and Kala are the witnesses.

Furthermore, there is a ....

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.... r />Mauka by Kekuauli
Kula by Kiniakua
Makai by Nahoolea
Kahikinui byKala.

Section 5:
mauka by Puhau
Kula by Keauhou stream
Makai, Kahikinui by Makaoi.

Section 6:
Mauka by Kaumana
Kula by Keauhou pali
Makai by Makaialiilani
Kahikinui by Kaumana.

Section 7:
Mauka by Government trail
Kula by Kahawaii
Makai by Kekuauli
Kahikinui by Paaluhi.

Section 1 was used for farming gratis in 1844. Land from Puhau in 1836. No objections to Kuelike.

[Award 5262; Keauhou Honuaula; 1 ap.; 6.64 Acs; Waipao Honuaula; 1 ap.; .091 Ac.]