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No. 8076, Hiolo, Wailuku, February 6, 1848
Be it known to you, the Land Commissioners, that my claim is in the `ili of Kalua. I have 11 lo`i which are my own. The witnesses are Naulu and Kekuo.
Cl. 8076, Hiolo
Ohule, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They consist of 3 pieces of kalo land in the ili of Kalua, Wailuku.
No. 1 is a moo of kalo land.
No. 2 is a moo of kalo land.
No. 3 is one loi of kalo land.
The claimant received the ....
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.... hee by Ua's land
Makai by the Government lot
Maalaea by the konohiki's poalima.
No. 8076, Hiolo, July 5, 1849
Ohule, sworn, I know his land in the Ili of Kalua at Wailuku.
Parcel 1 - taro mo`o
Parcel 2 - taro mo`o
Parcel 3 - 1 lo`i
They were from the Makuas in the time of Kamehameha I. There has been no opposition. There is one po`alima. [No more text].
[Award 8076; R.P. 4124; Kalua Wailuku; 1 ap.; 4.16 Acs]