Levi Haalelea’s widow conveyed the ahupua‘a of Honouliuli to J. H. Coney in 1867.
Haalelea; Anaderia A.
Anaderia A. Haalelea, Levi Haalelea’s widow, leased a portion of Honouliuli Ahupua‘a and the fishery to James I. Dowsett in 1865.
In 1858, Levi Haalelea and wife mortgaged land in Waimanalo, Honouliuli to Joshua R. Williams.
The following is from the records of the Boundary Commission. It is an application of A. A. Haalelea, who owns the ahupua‘a of Honouliuli, and it designates the boundaries of the ahupua‘a.
To the Honorable W. P. Kamakau
Commissioner Boundaries for the Island of Oahu, one of the Hawaiian Islands.
The following public notice indicates that the named lands of Honouliuli are private and advises against trespassing on them. It implies that ranching activities are occurring in the area.
All persons are hereby cautioned against trespassing on the lands called Poupouwela, Kapa Aina Kalo, Pauhi, and Oneula, situated in the Ahupuaa of Honouliuli, Island of Oahu, and will take notice that if they trespass on either said lands, by running cattle, horses or other stock thereon or in any otherwise, that they will be prosecuted to the extent of the law.
During the reign of Kamehameha III, High Chief Aarona Keali‘iahonui1 of the Maui and Kaua‘i lineages held the entire ahupua‘a of Honouliuli as a personal property with his wife, Mikahela Kekauonohi. The report of his death in 1849, and inheritance of Honouliuli by his widow Chiefess Kekauonohi, was announced in the Hawaiian Press: