Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 06289
Claimant: Kaneeleele
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Molokai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Honouliwai
Ili: Hakoo 3
Statistics: 3467 characters 554 words
No. 6289, Kaneeleele
N.R. 174-175v7


Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have an `ili in the Ahupua`a of Honouliwai on the Island of Molokai. Its name is Hakoo and it adjoined mauka and makai by Hakoo 2. There is a pali on either side. This land also has an adjoining kula.

The konohikis have been Kaukalia, Puna, Kanaloa, Papaiki, Kamainalulu, and Lolo, who is the last.

The witnesses for this land are Nakaula, Poohina, Makole, Kapopule and Kaiaionui.
KANEELEELE


F.T. 45v6
6289, Kaneeleele

Kaneeleele's claim is for ili Hakoo 3rd.

Mauka, Makaole
Manae, pali
Makai, Nakaula
Malalo, watercourse.

Claimant received possession 1846. 2 hakuone. 2 & 3 witnesses confirm 2 hakuone for it & testimony.


F.T. 162v6 also page 83
No. 6289, Kaneeleele

Kaia, hoohikiia, Ma ka ili aina o Hakoo ma Honouliwai.

Apana 1. kalo, kula
Mauka, Makaole
Manae, Pali
Makai, Nakula
Malalo, kahawai.

I ka 1846 ka noho ana, aole mea keakea, 2 poalima malaila.
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Kaluaaha, land of Waha.

He received these apanas of land from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I, and has had quiet and undisputed possession. 2 Government lo'i are in this land.

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


F.T. 33v16
No. 6289, Kaneeleele, Apana 2., November 2, 1853

He aina kula, ua hanaia ka olelo hoike ma Waialua, a ua like no ka loaa ana me ka aina kalo.


N.T. 162v6 [also page 63]
No. 6289, Kaneeleele

Kaia, sworn, Hakoo ili in Honouliwai, taro and pasture.

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

Kaneeleele lived there in 1846, without disturbance. 2 poalimas are there.


N.T. 33v16
No. 6289, Kaneeleele, 2 November 1853

This is kula land, the testimony of which was given in Waialua and the taro land was received in the same way.

[Award 6289; R.P. 6893; Hakoo Honouliwai2 ap.; 1.57 Acs; no R.P. Honouliwai; 1 ap.; 2.39 Acs]