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No. 388, Hoohei, January 11, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition you for my houselot which is at Aki. I have two lots.
No. 388, Hoohei
Timoteo, sworn by the Bible, These lots which Hoohei is claiming are at Aki, an ahupuaa land of Wailuku [Lahaina] here. I have seen him live there with his wife Kukuhilo by name. They (two) lived with Keeumoku un ....
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.... ei and while Hoohei lived there, he built a fence for a house lot, built his house also and is still living there now. He had lived there before he went off to the battle of Kauai, and no one has objected to him.
This property is at Aki toward the mountain of the old road. He (Hoohei) has lived on these lots as long as the old road is old and no one has objected to him for these lots.
[Award 388; R.P. 7718; Aki Lahaina; 2 ap.; .88 Ac.]