Location: Ili of Poohilo and Kamookahi (Mookahi)
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Status: Awarded; Royal Patent 6827
Native Testimony Kanehekili’s case.
Kanehekili came forwards and made an oath that his claim had been written by Maakuia, though his claim had dropped. Therefore it was agreed that his claim would be entered.
Keliipulu Sworn. I know his land, 3 loi and a kula in one parcel. It is the moo of Kamookahi in the ili of Poohilo, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu.
M. Pa aina
H. Ili of Kailikahi
Mk. Lokoia (fishpond) of Kaaimano for the Konohiki
W. mooaina of Kumuhau for Kaekuna.
His land was from Hapauea, and it was bequeathed to me his son in the time of Kaahumanu and before.
Kua Sworn. His testimony is the same as mine. There is nothing wrong with his testimony.399
Foreign Testimony Clt. appeared & made oath that his claim was duly made out by Maakuia & presented; the same is therefore admitted to a hearing.
Keliipulu, sworn says, he knows the land of Clt. It contains 3 lois & a kula in one piece in the mooaina of Mookahi, ili of Poohilo, Honouliuli, E. O. It is bounded:
M. by the paaina
H. by the ili Kailikahi
Mk. by the loko Kuaimano of Konohiki
W. by the moo aina Kumuhau of Kaekuna.
Clt. inherited the land from his father, Hapauea, who held it from the time of Kamehameha I. He has held quiet possession of the same until now.
Kua, sworn says, the testimony of Keliipulu is correct & is also his own.400
1Book 9, p. 289.
2Book 9, p. 143.