ClaimNumber: 06355

Claim Number: 06355
Claimant: Kekia
Other claimant: Keko, brother; Kailimeeau, father
Other name: Kekua
Island: Molokai
District: Koolau
Ahupuaa: Pelekunu
Ili: Keauhou

 

Apana: 1
 Awarded: 1
Loi: 1
 FR:
Plus:
 NR: 181v7
Mala Taro:
FT: 57v6,117v6,138v15
Kula: 1
NT: 196v6
House lot:
 RP: 4240
Kihapai/Pakanu:
Number of Royal Patents: 1
Salt lands:
Koele/Poalima: Yes
Wauke:
 Loko: No
Olona: 1
Lokoia: No
Noni:
 Fishing Rights: No
Hala:
Sea/Shore/Dunes: No
Sweet Potatoes:
Auwai/Ditch: No
Irish Potatoes:
Other Edifice: No
Bananas:
 Spring/Well: No
Breadfruit:
 Pigpen: No
Coconut:
Road/Path: No
Coffee:
Burial/Graveyard: No
Oranges:
Wall/Fence: No
Bitter Melon/Gourd:
Stream/Muliwai/River: Yes
Sugar Cane:
Pali: Yes
Tobacco:
Disease: No
Koa/Kou Trees:
Claimant Died: No
Other Plants:
Other Trees:
Other Mammals: NoMiscellaneous: gave land to brother, brother died intestate, father returned land to konohiki. Land awarded to Kekua
No. 6355, Kekia
N.R. 181v7


Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I have a claim in an `ili in the Ahupua`a of Pelekunu on the Island of Molokai. Its name is Keauhou and it is 15 fathoms on the north, 20 fathoms on the south, 20 fathoms on the east and 15 fathoms on the west. It is taro land, with a portion of kula, and also a mountain area of olona.

I have occupied this claim from the time of Kamehameha III. It was given me by Nakapuai, the present konohiki. I request you, if this claim is found valid, to award it to me.
KEKIA


F.T. 57v6
6355, Kekia

These all own a moo each in ili Kailiili & kapua confirms these claims. Ili Kahanapoko


F.T. 57v6
5355, Kekia

Mauka, Uanaole
Manae, konohiki
Makai, pali
Malalo, pali.

1847 is date of this claim. 2 hakuone.


F.T. 196v6 also page 117
No. 6355, Kekia

Ili o Kahawaipoko ma Pelekunu.

Mauka, Uwenaole
Manae, Kahawai
Makai, Pali
Malalo, Pali.

I ka 1847, 2 poalima.


F.T. 138v15
No. 6355, Kekia, Sept. 30, 1853

Kahinamaka, hoohikiia, a olelo mai la, ua holo o Kekia i Kahiki i ka M.H.1851. hooili oia i kona aina ma ka ili o "Kahawaipoko" Pelekunu, ia Keko kona kaikaina, a make Keko me ke kauohaole, a o Kailimeeau, kona makuakane, a nana i hoihoi mai i keia kuleana no ke konohiki, a ua no ma ka lima o konohiki a hiki i keia wa.


F.T. 138v15
No. 6355, Kekia, September 30, 1853

Kahionamaka, sworn deposed, Kekia sailed to Kahiki in 1851, bequeathing his land in the `ili of Kahawaipoko, Pelekunu, to Keko, his younger brother. Keko died intestate, and his father, Kailimeeau, returned this kuleana to the konohiki, in whose hands it is at present.


N.T. 196v6
No. 6355, Kekia

Kahawaipoko ili in Pelekunu.

[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Uuinaole
Manae by stream
Makai and Malalo by pali.

Year 1847, 2 poalimas.

[Award 6355; R.P. 4240; Pelekunu; 1 ap.; 3.33 Acs; Name listed in Location index is Kekua]




 

 

 

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