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No. 7993, Pala
The Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I hereby state my land claim to you. I, Pala, a Hawaiian subject, live at Kaolenaula. On the west it is 16 fathoms, on the east it is 56 fathoms. The boundaries are not clear it will be up to you /to determine/.
There is also a house lot those are my claims for land and house.
A respectful farewell,
13 January 1848
No. 7993, Pala alias Ohule, Claimant
Kikoi, sworn, says I know Claimant's lands. They are as follows:
No. 1the moo called Kaolenaula in the ili ....
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Kikoi, sworn, he has seen his land.
Section 1 - 1 loi and a pasture in the moo of Kaolenaula, ili of Kaauaekahi Hanapepe ahupuaa.
Mauka by Ohikiula moo
Wahiawa by Kaauaekahi auwai
Makai by Koholalele moo
Waimea by Kaolenaula pali.
Section 2 - House lot in Halaawiki, Kaauaekahi ili, Hanapepe.
Mauka and all around by pali.
Land from Kupia at the time of Kaumualii, no objections here. It was the coconuts which were taken for the poalima.
Kualeho, sworn, verifies Kikoi's testimony.
[Award 7993; no R.P.; Hanapepe Kona; 2 ap.; .79 & .20 Ac.; TMK 1-9-02 (2 pieces together)]