Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 05370
Claimant: Anehe
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Honuaula
Ahupuaa: Paeahu, Palauea
Ili: Kukulu, Haleolono, Pauhuehewa, Punakeakea
Statistics: 3092 characters 503 words
No. 5370, Anahe, Honuaula, 18 January 1848
N.R. 278v6


Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Anahe, hereby state to you that I have an `Ili, Kukulu in Paeahu. On the north is Kukulu Two, on the east is the mountain, on the south is Palauea, on the west is the sea.

Furthermore, there are some moku mau`u*: four are at Haleolono, two are at Kapunakea. The witnesses are Ainua and Kaneioholani. One mala or Irish potatoes is at Paeahu. At Palauea are three mala. The witness is Hihio.

Furthermore, there is a house lot which is makai, bounded on the north by the sea, on the east by a kula, on the south by the house of Ainoa, on the west by the sea. The witnesses are Pahu and Kaneioholani. I believe I have a right to claim the ....

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.... Palanea ahupuaa.

Inherited land frn parents at the time of Kamehameha I. No one has objected to him.

Section 1:
Mauka by Mountain
Kula by Koukaina
Makai by Kaneiholani
Kahikinui by Pepeionui.

Section 2:
Mauka by Puio
Kula by Kaneiholani
Makai, Kahikinui by the konohiki's land.

Section 3:
Mauka by Ainua
Kula by Naale
Makai by Koukaina
Kahikinui by Ainua.

Section 4:
Mauka by Highway
Kula by Pahu
Makai by konohiki
Kahikinui by Naale.

Section 5:
Mauka by Ainua
Kula by Kekeekuni
Makai by Government trail
Kahikinui by Kalama.

[Award 5370; R.P. 6533; Paeahu Honuaula; 3 ap.; 6.54 Acs]