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No. 277, [W.C. Lunalilo], C. Kanaina, Claimant [for Lunalilo]
2 documents in Native Register page 41, volume 2
No. 277, [W.C. Lunalilo], C. Kanaina [for Lunalilo]
Honolulu, December 1, 1846
Greetings to you, Richards, the President of the Land Commissioners:
I, the undersigned, the makua of the heir of M. Kekauluohi, Wm. Lunalilo, on whose behalf I petition for his houselots at Lahaina on the island of Maui for you to act upon and verify for him, forever. /list/ the following lots, and the persons living on them.
1. Lot of Giles Waldo at Luaehu on the southeast of the Fort.
2. Lot of Chandless on the west of Keaweluaole's place.
*3. Lot of Polea at Wainee on the northwest of the church.
4. Lot of Uaea on the northwest of the pond of Mokuhinia.
5. Lot of Keaumoku adjoining the lot of Polea on the southeast of D. Malo's place.
6. Lot of Kanakaole, makai of Keaumoku's place.
7. Lot of Ninia mauka of Luaehu, makai of the road going to Mokuula.
8. Lot to Pikanele, mauka of Luaehu on the southeast of Kaimalalo's place.
9. Lot to Keawa, mauka of the road going to Wainee on the west of the children's school.
10. Lot of Umalele on the northwest of Keawa's place.
11. Lot of Keaweaheulu on the southeast of Kahula's place, on the northwest of Keaweluaole's place.
12. Lot to Iona Kapena on the southeast of the road going up to Lahainaluna and Kahookano's place.
13. Lot to Kaenaena at Aki on the northwest of the store of Paki /translator's note: Pali might be Pake - Chinese. Illegible/.
14. Lot to Nalinu, makai of the road going to Kaanapali along the pond of Alenihi /illegible-may be misspelled/.
15. Lot of Hoaai, mauka of the foreign church on the southeast of Chandler's place /A.g. Chandler/.
16. Lot of Hoaai, mauka of Lahainaluna on the northwest of the road going up to Lahainaluna.
17. Lot to Hooai at Mala in the coconut grove of Kalaikoa.
18. Lot of Laahiwa ma, directly mauka of Wainee on the east of Malo's place.
The rights to all these lots were Hoapilikane's and on his death, Kekauluohi was the heir, and on her death Wm. Lunalilo was the heir. Therefore all these places are Lunalilo's.
Until this time, no one else has the right. If anyone petitions you for these lots I have mentioned, I am the one to succeed /in having possession/.
* Kanaina has relinquished the claim of Lunalilo for the lot of Polea at Wainee in Lahaina.
No. 277, Charles Kanaina, Honolulu, December 1, 1846
Greetings to W. Richards, the President of the Land Commissioners:
I, the undersigned, the one who has a true right to the houselots at Lahaina on the island of Maui, request that they be awarded to me:
1. Lot of Peck at Keawaiki.
2. Lot of Torbert at Kapahumanamana.
3. Lot of Kaina, mauka of the place where Mr. Kakana lived and died.
4. Lot of Kaile on the southeast of Kamakini's place, mauka of the large taro patch made by Hoapili.
The right to Peck's lot was from King Kamehameha II and has been absolutely mine until now. The right to Torbert's lot was from King Kamehameha III and has been absolutely mine until now. The right to Kaino's lot was fr ....
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[No. 277], W.C. Lunalilo, 20 December 1854, PROTESTED by Kahikona 
[See also 395]
Nalimu (w), sworn, I have seen this place in "Palala, Puako of Lahaina, Maui, a house lot.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka and Olowalu by pond
Makai by Kalaipaihala's house lot
Kaanapali by W.C. Lunalilo's lot.
I had first seen this place probably in 1824. Kaikuaana had lived there before 1824, he built houses for them which are still standing today. C. Kanaina is saying this place is for W.C. Lunalilo, the reason for this objection is unknown to me. I had heard only that Nakaikuaana had lived there under Hoapili, however, this is not too clear to me.
Makaulia, sworn, I have seen this place exactly as Nalimu has related here. I had first seen it at the time Liholiho was reigning. Probably that was in 1822 and Mohilio, the wife of Nakaikuaana was the first to live there while Nakaikuaana was in Makalapa, Kohala. He returned to live with his wife after being away for a year. Their place was small so they were given upon request by Hoapili the place on the Kaanapali side of the stone house. Kahikona is Mohihio's own daughter and she has been living on this place to this day. It is now known exactly why C. Kanaina feels this entire place should only be for him.
Pipipiapoo, sworn, I have known this place to have been for Kaiakoili and Hoapili had asked for it at the time Liholiho was in government service. It was then given to Nakaikuaana where he built houses and lived there until his death. The houses are still standing there and C. Kanaina is making demands for this place.
28 December 1854
Kuakamauna, sworn, I have seen and heard from Nakaikuaana to C. Kanaina. When he (Nakaikuaana) was near death, he brought his entire estate and all personal things including the house and said, "I have a grandchild in Hawaii, he is Kameeiamoku and is my heir." He is the kanaka of W.C. Lunalilo the King, just as he was in the olden time. Nakaikuaana had received that house lot from Mrs. Hoapili during Liholiho's reign and he lived there continuously until his death.
Kahoinea, sworn, I have known that this place had been for Nakaikuaana and he had lived there until his death. I built Nakaikuaana's house and he had received this place from Hoapili during Liholiho's reign and he lived there until his death.
Kahikona's is the own daughter Mohihio the wife of Nakaikuaana. It is my feeling that this place is for my son under W.C. Lunalilo.
J. Kapena, sworn, upon the death of Mrs. Hoapili in 1841, Mr.[sic M.] Kekauluohi, her heir called all persons for a declaration of property in their possession and Nakaikuaana was one of them who had come. He told of the lands which were with him and of the houses Hoapili had given him in Pakala and he was to live with the king for life. I have written about other things which may be found in M. Kekauluohi's book.
[Award 277; No. R.P. ; Ilikahi Lahaina; 1 ap.; 97 rods or 2 roods 7 rods (Location index); RP 5638; Pakala Lahaina; 1 ap.; 3 roods 10 rods; Puunoa Lahaina; 1 ap.; 2 Acs 1 rood 10 rods; no R.P.; Paunau Lahaina; 2 ap (Ap. 2); 69 Acs; Royal Land Patent No. 5699; Luaehu & Loinui; 2 ap.; 2 Acs 3 roods 37 rods; Royal Land Patent No. 8364; Paunau & Kelawea Lahaina; 1 ap.; 69 Acres; See 395 for protest to 277; see also Award 8559]