Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 05742
Claimant: Kaluahinenui
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Wailuku
Ahupuaa: Waikapu
Ili: Ohia, Palama
Statistics: 3048 characters 517 words
No. 5742, Kaluahinenui
N.R. 328v6


To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the `ili of Ohia. It was from Kahuehu, who is dead, leaving his wahine, Puhipuhi. It was they who gave me this land, that is how I received it. From Kahuehu were 16 lo`i, also, from Kamai I received 5 lo`i. I received 10 lo`i from Kuheleloa. I received these claims at the time when Kaauwai was officiating on Maui.

Some lo`is were from my foster father, Punipaa. He died in 1847 and bequeathed his to his mo`opuna, my own daughter. There are a total of 16 lo`i, also some dry land, and a hala grove is another claim of mine. All these claims are at Ohia, and are bounded on the north by Ohia itself, on the south by a f ....

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.... Kamai sworn: I know of his two parcels in these `Ilis of Waikapu as follows:

Parcel 1, Taro pauku at Ohia.
Parcel 2. House lot and 1 lo`i at Palama.

Parcel 1 was from Napuupahoehoe in the time of Kamehameha I.
Parcel 2 was from his makua, at the same time. In the first parcel is one po`alima. No opposition.

[No.] 1. is bounded:
Mauka by Manu and Kuheleloa
Waihee by pali of Wai-kapu
Kula by Kakau and Kuahui
Maalaea by Waikapu stream.

[No.] 2. is bounded:
Mauka by Kapule
Waihee by Kekua
Kula by Napuupa-hoehoe
Maalaea by Poupou and Pepeiaopili.

[Award 5742; R.P. 4125; Ohia Waikapu Wailuku; 3 ap.; 1.2 Acs; Palama Waikapu Wailuku; 1 ap.; .12 Ac.]