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No. 7779*M, Kaleleiki, Lahaina, 7 February 1848
Makakupaiki Ahupua`a, Molokai. Kindly quiet title.
I hereby state that my share from the King is an ahupua`a which was conveyed absolutely to me by the Mo`i, for my heirs and successors forever. The Mo`i's share of Makakupaainui is separate, on the Island of Molokai, and his place is his forever, and his heirs and successors.
Here is another claim of mine which is situated in a separate place. There are 15 taro lo`i and 3 kula w/?/ at Ukumehame in the `Ili of Makenewa, Island of Maui.
Cl. 7779, Kaleleiki
This is a claim for the Ahupuaa of "Kupaiaiki" on Molokai. This he had from the King at the recent division of lands. For the balance o ....
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Kaleleiki's land in the Mahele Registry
Makakupaiaiki ahupuaa, Molokai
A.G. Thruston, Clerk
Interior Department, 20 September 1853
See page 333
No. 7779, Kaleleiki, 20 December 1853
Makakupaiaiki ahupuaa in Molokai
Kaleleiki as noted above has my approval to present this claim to the land officers who quiet titles.
Royal Palace, 7 February 1848
I certify the above to be a true copy of pact of page 104 of "Book Mahele" or file in this office.
H.W.M. Coughtry, Clerk, Office of the Interior
Honolulu, 19 December 1853, Interior Department
[Award 7779; R.P. 7017, Makenewa Ukumehame Lahaina; 2 ap.; 13 Acs 29 rods; See also 5829M]