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No. 8115B, Hema
Hehena, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies two pieces of land in Ili of Paepae, Ahupuaa of Niulii, which are thus bounded:
South by land occupied by Hehena
West by Ili of Halipalala
North by land occupied by Kekipi
East by Ahupuaa Hamakua.
Said piece consists of twenty-three wet kalo patches & lot of dry land, unfenced, cultivated in part. One house on premises owned by claimant.
South by land occupied by Paaluhi
West by waste land
North by waste land ....
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.... pi's land
Hamakua by Waiapuka ahupuaa.
There are 23 patches and 4 planting farms. The lot has been cultivated; 1 house is for Hema.
2. Section II:
Mauka by Paaluhi's land
Kohalawaho by idle land
Makai by idle land
Hamakua by idle land.
It is dry land, not cultivated and there is no house.
He received his interest from Hanae /konohiki/ during the time of Kamehameha I.
Kukeanui, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Hema as related here.
[Award 8115B; R.P. 7939; Niulii N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 12.19 Acs]