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No. 435, Kahale
To the Land Commissioners: I have some kuleanas, a houselot, taro patch at Iao. Makahui bought the houselot. Opunui is the witness.
At Kapaaloa, house site, from Mahune
At Paunui, house lot, from Kailihiwa
At Halemano, 22 taro patches from Keaha
At Kapaaloa, 6 taro patches from Kanalulu Kamaka and Kuapuu
At Kapalaalaea, 1 taro patch from Kuapuu
At Paunui, 6 taro patches from Popoki
At Paukukalo, 4 taro patches - Keino is the witness
Paukukalo, 1 taro patch /from?/ Kamahaku.
No. 435, Kahale
Kailihiwa, sworn, I have seen the place at Paunui which I had given to Kahale ma for a ho ....
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Heino, sworn, Kahale has 4 patches at Paukukalo from Kamakalau, and Kahuna had given it to Kamakalau in the year 1845. No one has ever objected to him. There were fish swimming.
Kamaku, sworn, Kahale had received (land) from me. I had received it from Kaeo and Kaeo had this grant from Kamehameha III. He had received it from Kekauonohi. I am a konohiki for Paukukalo. This was given away in the year 1846 and no one has ever objected to him.
[Award 435; R.P. 495; Pohakukupukupu Wailuku; 3 ap.; 2.79 Acs; Paukukalo Wailuku; 1 ap.; .97 Ac.; Kapaaloa Wailuku; 1 ap.; 1.4 Acs; (R.P. 7433 for LCA 7742 duplicate) Halaula 2 Wailuku; 1 ap.; 2.98 Acs; Halemano Wailuku; 1 ap.; 1.6 Acs]