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No. 7585, Kamiona, Honolulu, 7 February 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claim for land, some cultivated kihapais, being lo`is. They are at Kalihi-kai in Halelea, Kauai. My occupancy has been continuous with no opposition, as a tenant, until this time. My second claim is for my house site on which my house stands. Kindly quiet title and award me my claim.
No. 7585, Kamiona (Simiona), Claimant
Pi, sworn, says I know the lands of Claimant in Kalihikai. They are in two pieces as follows:
No. 1 is house lot in "Niula."
No. 2 is 3 lois in ili "Kahihei."
No. 1 is bounde ....
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.... Niuula. The ili land is Kahihei.
Section 1 - House lot.
Mauka by Kuanaio's house lot
Hanapepe by Abera's house
Makai by sea sand
Koolau by Konohiki pasture.
Mauka by Konohiki patch
Hanapepe by Kukahi's loi
Makai by Konohiki loi
Koolau by Konohiki loi.
Land for his father and in 1846, he received it upon the death of his father. He has had this land since the time of Kaikioewa to the present without any objections of any kind.
Akamu, sworn, he has seen Simeona's land and house lot in Kalihikai just as Pi has related, no errors.
[Award 7585; Kahilei Kalihikai Halelea; 1 ap.; 2 roods 37 rods; Nuiloa Kalihikai Halelea; 1 ap.; 1 rood]