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No. 8165, Hiipei, Waimea, Oahu, January 22, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I, Hiipei, have a claim at Waimea and Pupukea. My claim at Waimea was taken, there were two lo`i pa`ahao and when they were taken I was in difficultires, the retainers go hungry. Here is my claim at Pupukea, a house lot, a steep sweet potato planting and a kula, bounded north by Manu's land and the pali, on the east by Manu's land, on the south by a muliwai, on the west by muliwai also. Two mala are in the mo`o of Nukuumi, surrounded on all sides by his land. One sweet potato patch is the mo`o of Mailou. One patch is in the land of ....
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Makai, land of Keliiwaiwaiole
Koolaupoko, road and water course.
Mauka, land of Mahinahinu
Waialua, land of Kaukalu
Makai & Koolau, land of Kaenuhe.
Mauka stream and Manu's house
Waialua, muliwai of Waimea
It was obtained from Hewahewa in the time of Kaahumanu and he occupied it in peace until the writing of claims, when it was quickly taken by the Konohiki, because of the excellence of the cultivation and it was full of vegetable food.
[Award 8165; R.P. 2045; Pupukea Koolauloa; 2 ap.; .51 Acs; Waimea Koolauloa; 1 ap.; .091 Ac.]