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No. 7796, Keaiumi, January 25, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell of my kihapais and my house lot and planted trees. There are 6 sweet potato mala on the kula, 5 within ulu*, 6 at apaa*. The lot is 100 fathoms [in circumference?] and there are 15 loulu palms and 3 coconut trees.
/*See Translator`s Notes re Land zones in Kona./ [See Schilt et al. 1984:1-15 or Kelly 1983:43-63]
No. 7796, Keaiumi, ....
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.... a by Kekuaole's lot.
Lot is enclosed, 7 houses in there. 3 for Keaiumi, 2 for Eea, l for Kulou, l for
Nahula. Keaiumi is the true claimant. Those houses are for him and his people.
Keaiumi has planted 2 coconut trees, 17 palm trees, 4 kou trees, 2 pandanus trees.
Keaiumi and his people are old-time residents of the land since Kamehameha I. No one has
Kulou, sworn, Both have known alike.
[Award 7796; R.P. 4574; Holualoa 4 Kona; 2 ap.; 2.32 Acs]