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No. 7722, Hookala, Waialua, February 4, 1858 [sic?]
To the Honorable Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim to you, for land and a lot and a claim of cultivation. This is an ancient right from my makuas until this time and I have had no opposition from anyone. The first claim is Kuahuia, Kawailoa waena, six lo`i and a steep kula are surrounded by in the Kealaauma's lands and the pa`ahao*. /At/ Aliapahui, Ukoa, are two mala of gourd, also a little water right, and we also have a right to a kula pasture for our animals. I also have a house lot claim, and a claim for firewood, and a claim to take fish in the sea. It would be beneficial for me to have an award document.
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.... No. 7722, Hookala
Kahakai sworn, testifies: I know his lands. Three lands are in Ukoa `ili in Kawailoa, mo`o Kuahuia. There are 6 lo`i and the kula and pali adjoin each other.
Mauka, Dug pond of Konohiki
Waianae, water course
Makai, mo`o Ihukoko, this land is for Palea
Apana 2: In the communal lot of Ukoa, 2 cultivated areas.
Apana 3. House site, bounded:
Mauka, Waianae and Makai by a road
Koolaupoko by a house lot.
His lands were inherited from his parents and are undisputed.
Witness 2, Kuokoa: my knowledge of it is the same as Kahakai. This witness was sworn.
[Award 7722; no R.P.; Kawailoa Waialua; 3 ap.; 2.88 Acs; TMK 6-7-02]