Location: Ili of Maui, Kahui, Polapola, and Kamalua
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Date: Dec. 6, 1847
Status: Awarded; Royal Patent 3078
Native Register To the Honorable Commissioners who Quiet Land Claims of the Hawaiian Islands. Aloha to you. I hereby tell you the source of my land and house claim. This land is there at Maui, in Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu. Here are its boundaries: towards the North, the land of Leleiaupa; towards the East, the land of Koi; towards the South, a kula parcel for me, to the Pa Aina; towards the West, the land of Puali. My residency upon this land is from Kawaa to this time, and to Koi in the time of residency.
I am with appreciation, your obedient servant. Done by me, Kua X1
Native Testimony Kua’s case.
Keliipulu Sworn. I know his land, 2 loi and a kula of Kahui, in the ili of Maui, in Honouliuli, E. O. Parcel 2 is a loi in the moo at Kamalua, in the ili of Polapola H. E. O.
Parcel 1. 2 loi and a kula parcel.
M. loi of Kahakumaka
H. pa aina
Mk. loi of Puuowaikele for Konohiki
W. loi of Iao for Leleiaupa.
Parcel 2. I loi in the ili of Kamalua
M. loi of Kapaepae for Kikala
H. loi of Lopanui for Ohai
Mk. loi of Kamalua for Kikala
W. loi of Kamaieleele for Laamaikahiki.
His land was from Kawaa, an inheritance from his parents in olden times. No one has opposed him.
Kanehekili Sworn. His testimony is the same as my testimony. There is nothing wrong with his testimony, it is the same as mine.2
Foreign Testimony Keliipulu sworn, says the land of Clt. is in 2 parts.
1st a mooaina of 2 lois & and a kula called Kahui in the ili of Maui, Honouliuli, E. O. It is bounded:
M. by the loi called Kahakumaka of Koi
H. by the pa aina
Mk. by the loi called Poaiwaikele of Konohiki
W. by the loi called Iao of Leleaupa.
Apana 2, one loi in the mooaina of Kamalua, in the ili of Polapola, H.E. Oahu & is bounded:
M. by the loi Kapoepoe of Kikala
H. by the loi Lopanui of Ohai
Mk. by the loi Kamalua of Kikala
W. by the loi Kamaieleele of Laamaikahiki.
Clt. received the land from Kawaa & inherited it from his fathers of old time, & has held it in quiet possession until now.
Kanehekili sworn, confirms the above testimony as true & says it is his own.3
1Book 5, p. 103, Dec. 6, 1847.
2Book 9, p. 288, April 19, 1850.
3Book 9, p. 142–143.