Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 06672
Claimant: Moa
Other claimant:Kaahu
Other name:
Island: Molokai
District: Kona, East
Ahupuaa: Halawa
Ili: Kii, Kaopa
Statistics: 3343 characters 465 words
No. 6672, Moa
N.R. 217-218v7


Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim for a mo`o in the `ili of Kii in the Ahupua`a of Halawa, Ahupua`a. The mo`o on the makai side is for Kahui and the mo`o on the mauka side is for Pelehu.

I have occupied this mo`o from the time of /the konohiki/ Paia Two and I go to the po`alima labor days. The length of the mo`o is 81 fathoms and the width is 5 fathoms. I request that if this claim is found valid it be awarded to me.
MOA


F.T. 52v6
6672, Moa

Moa claims a moo in Kii, Kalo & kula.

Mauka, Peleleu
Moakea, pali
Makai, Kaahui
Koolau, river.

Peleleu has a moo in these boundaries.

Claims an ili Kaopa, kalo & kula.
Mauka, Kaiuiunui
Moakea, pali
Makai. Kula koolau
Koolau, river.

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.... The konohiki has two kalo patches in this land.

Timoteo, sworn, Is konohiki of this land and confirms in the testimony of the former witness.


N.T. 176v6 [also page 97]
No. 6672B, Moa and 5000B, Kaahu

Keauiui, Y., and Inui, sworn, moo land in the ili of Kii in Halawa.

Section 1:
Mauka by Peleleu
Moakea by pali
Makai by Kaahui
Koolau by river, taro.

Section 2 - Kaopa ili, taro pasture.
Mauka by Kaiuiunui
Moakea by pali
Makai by Timoteo
Koolau by river.

No one objected, 3 poalimas are there also 1 pond.


N.T. 27v16
No. 6672, Moa of Halawa.

This has been surveyed by A. Bishop, but he has no document.

[Award 6672; R.P. 6238; Kaopa Halawa; 1 ap.; 1 rood 9 rods; Kii Halawa; 1 ap.; 9 rods; total 2 ap.; .61 Acs]