Mahele Documents

Claim Number: 00344
Claimant: Kamaka
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Lahaina
Ahupuaa: Puunoa
Statistics: 2477 characters 418 words
No. 344, Kamaka
N.R. 96v2

I, Kamaka, am telling you two commissioners of my little houselot. Go and /work on it/. This is my place from ancient times.
Farewell and thanks.

N.T. 227-228v2
No. 344, Kamaka

Kaaa, sworn by the Bible, One of the properties of Kamaka is at Puunoa. He had received this land from Kahina but he had lived there before this (and has it) to this day. Kahina had received it from Manuhoa and Manuhoa had received his interest from Kamehameha I. Kamaka acquired this interest when Manuhoa had returned to Hawaii with ....

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.... andlord, and for this reason Namauu had believed that it was his right to take the coconuts. This is what I had heard.

Kanemo, sworn by the Bible, My hearsay is that the coconut was for Kaanemaikou. Kamaka was subject to him and Kanemaikou had given him the coconut to plant and he planted it as he had been directed to do so. Namauu had felt that this was his right to take (the coconuts). That is what I have heard.

Namauu reported that he had possession of that coconut when Liliha's governorship was terminated.

[Award 344; Land Patent 8249; Puunoa Lahina; 1 ap.; 9 rods]