Location: Ili of Kamoku, Kahui, Kamalua, and Kailikahi
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Date: Jan. 6, 1848
Status: Awarded; Royal Patent 6935
Native Register To the Honorable Commissioners who Quiet Land Claims of the Hawaiian Islands. Aloha to you. I hereby tell you of my land claim. This land is there at in Kamoku in Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu. Here are its boundaries: towards the North, the Auwai and the Cliff; towards the East, the moo land of Kahalewai; towards the South the Estuary; towards the West, the land of Kamanu and the Poalima.
Here is my second land claim in the land of Makue. Here are its boundaries: towards the North, the loi of Makue; towards the East, the land of Kalauli. Towards the South, Makue; towards the West, the land of Kahalewai.
Here is my house claim. Towards the North a kula parcel; towards the East, a kula parcel; towards the South, Pa Aina; towards the West, a Pa Aina.
By Pihana X1
Native Testimony Pihana’s case.
Keliipulu Sworn. I know his land, the mooaina of Kahui with 3 loi and kula land. Parcel 2, 1 loi, Kamalua is the name, in the ili of Kamoku, Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu. Parcel 4 is the house lot on the kula of Kailikahi.
Parcel 1. Moo aina of Kahui, 3 loi and a kula parcel.
M. auwai of Kahui and the kula of Kailikahi.
H. moo aina of Kahui for Kahalewai
Mk. muliwai of Makaii
W. mooaina of Kamoomuku for Kalauli.
Parcel 2. 1 loi at Kamalua.
M. loi of Makue at Kekee
H. loi of Kalauli
Mk. mooaina of Kalauli
W. loi of Kahui.
Parcel 3. House lot in the ili of Kailikahi.
M. the kula of Kailikahi
H. the kula of Kailikahi
Mk. the Pa aina, and the kula of Kailikahi
W. laau kalakala (Opuntia megacantha or prickly pear cactus).
His land was from Puniawa in the time of Kaahumanu. No one has opposed him.
Naholowaa Sworn. His testimony is the same as mine. There is nothing wrong with his testimony.2
Foreign Testimony Keliipulu, sworn, says the land of Clt. consists of 3 apana. 1st one called Kahui, a mooaina of 3 lois & a kula. 2d a loi called Malua in the moo of Kekee, ili of Kamoku, Honouliuli, E. O. 3d a kula kahuahale in the kula of Kailikahi, Honouliuli, E. O.
Apana 1, the moo called Kahui, 3 loi & a kula in the ili of Kamoku, Hon. E. O. is bounded:
M. by the Auwai of Kahui & Kula of Kailikahi
H. by the mooaina Kahui of Kahalewai
Mk. by the muliwai of Makaii
W. by the mooaina Kamoku of Kalauli.
Apana 2, a loi called Malua, bounded:
M. by the loi Kekee of Makue
H. by the loi Kamalua of Kalauli
Mk. by the mooaina Kekee
W. by the loi Kahui of Manua.
Apana 3. Kahuahale bounded:
M. by the kula of Kailikahi
H. by the kula of Kailikahi
Mk. by the paaina
W. by the kula of Kailikahi.
Clt. received the land from Puniawa by gift in the year 1846, who received it from Kawaa in the time of Kaahumanu. Clt. succeeds to the rights of Puniawa, & has held it in quiet until this time
Naholowaa sworn, says the above testimony is true & is also his own.3
1Book 5, p. 187, Jan. 6, 1848.
2Book 9, p. 287–288.
3Book 9, p. 141–142.