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No. 7920, Kikoi
The Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I hereby state my claim for land: I, Kikoi, a Hawaiian subject living at Ohikiula, island of Kauai /have/ 1 pond on the east, and 1 pond and a kula on the west, that is the second pond. An enclosure for pigs is on the west that side is 48 fathoms wide, north side is 60 fathoms, east side is 17 fathoms, south side is 48 fathoms. The house lot is within this circumference, and all these claims. It was from Nanono, and from Kaulaloa at this time.
Farewell to you all, respectful!y,
KIKOI X his mark
January 13, 1848
No. 7920, Kikoi, Claimant
Kamae, sworn, says I know Claimant's lands. They are:
No. 1 - A moo named Akoai* in the i ....
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No. 7920, Kikoi
Kamae, sworn, he has seen his lands.
Section 1 - 1 loi in the moo of Akoai, ili of Waikanono, Hanapepe.
Mauka by Eeakakau moo
Wahiawa by Kaauaekahi auwai
Makai by Upper Waikanono ili
Waimea by Hanapepe pali.
Section 2 - House lot and 3 lois in the ili of Hikiula and Kuwelu.
Mauka by Hakukala kula
Wahiawa by Waikokonui loi
Makai by Kaolenaula moo
Waimea by Hikiula pali.
Section 1 from Kekua to Kikoi at the time of Kaikioewa.
Section 2 from Manono at the time of Kekauonohi's governorship, no objection to the present.
Kualeho, sworn, Kamae's testimony is correct.
[Award 7920; Hikiula Hanapepe Kona; 1 ap.l 3 Ac; TMK 1-9-02 1.6, .334 Ac. & .4 Ac.]