Location: Ili of Niukee, Kapapapuhi, Kauakahimoeole, and Kamoomuku
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Date: Feb. 11, 1848
Status: Awarded; Royal Patent 6828
Native Register To the honorable Commissioners who quiet land claims of the Hawaiian Island. Aloha to you. I hereby tell you of the source of my land and house claim. This land is there at Niukee, in Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu. Here are its boundaries: towards the North the pali and the Hale halawai (Meeting house); towards the East the land of Kamaala; towards the South, an Auwai and the land of Kamaala; towards the West, Kukahiko’s land.
Here is my second land claim, at Niukee second. Here are its boundaries: towards the North, Hapauea’s land; towards the east, Kaalauahi’s land and the auwai; towards the South, poalima (Parcel worked for the chief); towards the West, a poalima.
Here is my house claim at Kapapapuhi in Honouliuli. Here are its boundaries: towards the North the sea; towards the East, a house; towards the South, the sea; towards the West, a kula parcel.
I am with appreciation. By Uia1
Foreign Testimony Nakai sworn, says he knows the land of the Clt. It consists of 2 apanas, mooaina and a pahale.
Ap. 1 the Mooaina named Kauakahimoeole in the ili of Niukee, Honouliuli, E. O. It is bounded:
M. by the land of Kamaala
Hon. also & an auwai
Mk. also & auwai of Kalokoloa
Waialua also, and by the kula and Kahalewai.
Ap. 2 is 3 loi called Kamoomuku, ili Niukee, and is bounded:
M. by the land of Kaunahi and Hapauea
Hon. by land of Kaaunahi [Kaunahi] and Pio
Mk. a loi koele called Kuaihee
W. by land of Konohiki and Kaunahi.
Ap. Pahale in Kapapapuhi, Honouliuli. It is bounded:
M. by kula of Konohiki
Hon. by pahale of Aoao
Mk. by pahale of Kahakai
Waialua by hale of Hapauea.
Clt. received the land, the ap. 1 from Nawahineelua in the time of Kinau, and the ap. 2 from Kanekawaiola in the time of Kinau. He has held quiet possession of the same ever since. Clt. removed to Honolulu and has given over his land and claim to his kaikaina (younger brother), Waikele who possesses the same.
Kukahiko sworn, confirms the above testimony as true and says it is also his own.2
1Book 4, p. 615, Feb. 11, 1848.
2Book 9, p. 154–155.