Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 06288
Claimant: Kealohanui
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Molokai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honouliwai
Ili: Mahana
Statistics: 4249 characters 696 words
No. 6288, Kealohanui
N.R. 174v7


Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kealohanui, on the Island of Molokai, have an `ili in the Ahupua`a of Honouliwai. The name of this `ili is Mahana - it has a kula, and also a mountain area.

I occupied this `ili in 1842 and have been here until this day; this `ili was from my makuas who had it formerly. The konohikis during this period have been, first, Kamainalulu, then Lolo, and Kaneelele, who is the last.

The witnesses are the people who go to the po`alima labor days here in Honouli. Therefore, I have a claim in this `ili, for you to investigate and to award.

Furthermore, I have a claim for a house lot in Honouli; its name is Waikiu. Kindly consider this claim.
KEALOHANUI


F.T. 46v6
6288, Kealohanui [May 21, 1849]

Kealohanui's claim is for ili Mahana, Kalo.

Mauka, pali
Manae, pali
Makai, Nahulihana
Malalo, watercourse.

There is a kula consisting of palis connected wi ....

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.... pana 4: kula land. Surrounded by the Government Land.

He received these apanas from Kanui, his mother, ih 1847, and his mother received them from her husband, Kaheiki, in the year 1842, and he had had it before the sailing of Poki in 1828. There has been quiet and undisputed possession until this time. 2 lo`i of the konohiki are in Apana 1.

Hoonuu, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true; it is the same as my knowledge of it.


N.T. 162v6 [also page 83]
No. 6288, Kealohanui

Kaia, sworn, taro in Mahana ili in Honouliwai.

[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Manae by pali
Makai by Nahulihana
Malalo by stream..

Kealohanui lived there in 1844, in peace. 1 poalima is there.


N.T. 33v16
No. 6288, Kealohanui, Section 2, 2 November 1853

The testimony was heard in Waialua and it was received in the same way as the taro land.

[Award 6288; R.P. 6500; Mahana Honouliwai; 4 ap.; 3.3 Acs; no R.P. Honouliwai; 1 ap.; 2.39 Acs]