Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 00240S
Claimant: Kekahuna
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Molokai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kaamola 6
Ili:
Statistics: 2159 characters 363 words
[No. 240S], Kekahuna
F.T. 212v6


In ili Kumuela. 2 claims from old time.

1 loi kalo.
Mauka, konohiki
Manae, konohiki
Mauka, alanui
Malalo, konohiki.

2. kula.
Mauka, konohiki
Manae, konohiki
Mauka, alanui
Malalo, konohiki.

Witnesses, Lolo & Kaili


F.T. 266-267v15
No. 240S Kekahuna, 240T Kukahaoa, 240U Keaweolu, 240V Kapu, 240Y Manoha, 240X Pupuka, 240W Kaleo, Kaluaaha, Oct. 25, 1853

Ua hele mai o S.G. Dwight. a olelo mai la, ua halawai maua me Davida Malo, a hai mai la oia ia`u oia ka M.H.1852 paha. o na kanaka a pau maluna o kou aina ma Kaamolo 6. aole au keakea i ko lakou mai kuleana, ua pono no ko lakou hookomo ana, ....

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.... d, in 1852, perhaps, that all the men on his land at Kaamola 6 were not disputed as to their claims and that it was right for them to enter them, but that D. Lokomaikai's house site was objected to.

C. B. Andrews appeared and stated, "I heard Nahale, who came to me to fix his compass because the needle was broken." I said to him, "I am unable to do it but I can take it to W.P. Alexander to work on, and because this was unsatisfactory, I said to him, "Why?" He replied, "I am surveying the land of D. Malo and separating his people into individual lots, and also D. Malo's land". This was perhaps 1852.

[Award 240S; R.P. 6024; Kaamola Kona; 2 ap.; 8.44 Acs]