Location: Ili of Kaulaula
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Date: Sept. 18, 1847
Status: Awarded; Royal Patent 2867
Native Register To the Honorable Commissioners who Quiet Land Claims of the
Hawaiian Islands. Greeting to you. I hereby tell you of my claim. It is there in the
land of Kaulaula, Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu. Here are its boundaries. On
the North, the Loi land of Haae. On the East, the land of Puehu. On the South, the
house of Opoopuu [Poopuu]. On the West, the pa Aina of Kaulaula and the pali of
Kaulaula. I also have several houses that are built there.
Here is my second claim. On the North, the land of Koi. On the East, the land of
Puehu. On the South, the Loi land of Haae. On the West, the house of Kauliikaula
and Koakanu. My residency has continued from before to this time, from Haae.
Native Testimony Maakuia sworn, and states: I know the place of Mahina at Kaulaula,
in Honouliuli, Ewa. His is a moo land there, the boundaries are: towards Honolulu,
Kapoli’s land; mauka, Kapuehu’s land and also Haae; towards Waianae, a pali; makai
a kula parcel for Kaopala. Mahina received his land from Haae. I ﬁrst new this in
the year 1838. No one has opposed him to this day. There is one house there.
Kinolua sworn and stated: I know this place just like Maakuia has stated, from
the giving of this land.2
Foreign Testimony Maakuia sworn. I know this place, It is kalo land in Honouliuli,
in the district of Ewa. A moo or long stretch and bounded Honolulu side by Kapoli’s;
mauka by Haae’s and Puehu’s lands; Waianae by a pali with a wall on its top; makai
by Opala’s [Kaopala] place.
Claimant got this place from Haae. I now him to have lived on it from 1838 to the
present time without any opposition or dispute. There is one house of Claimants,
and the place is with in the general fence. No other person lives on it.
Kinolua sworn and conﬁrmed the previous statement in the several particulars. I
know Claimant got the place from Haae about the time aforementioned. It was a
gift of friendship.3
1Book 2, p. 408–409, Sept. 18, 1847.
2Book 3, p. 3–4, April 17, 1848.
3Book 2, p. 272, April 17, 1848.