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No. 8094, Hauna, February 7, 1848
The Ahupua`a is Hualua, the ili is Kukuikiikii. Kekauonohi was the ali`i, below was Kaua, below Kaua was Kaahui, and I am below Kaahui. I have occupied [the ili] for 11 years.
No. 8094, Hauna
Kaahui (konohiki), sworn testifies that claimant occupies one piece of land in the Ili of Kukuikiikii ....
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Makai by idle land
Hamakua by Kahei ahupuaa.
Dry land, cultivated, 1 dwelling house.
2. Section II, Kaluaomaui and Kihipahee ili.
Mauka and completely around by my lands; there are 2 fields; the land has been cultivated, no house.
This was from me in 1836 and he is now living there; no one has objected.
[Award 8094; R.P. 6956; Hualua N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 9.28 Acs]