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No. 8247, Ehu
I, Ehu a Hawaiian subject on Kauai, living at Moalepe, hereby state to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles, my own claim. Its name is Moalepe, it is a small `ili. There is no one else there, only myself. I have occupied it since the year 1836.
I am, respectfully,
Moalepe, Kauai, February 8, 1848
No. 8247, Ehu, Claimant
Honolii, sworn, says I know the Land of Ehu. It is in Kapaa & in the ili of Moalepe. It consists of many lois. Witness thinks twenty, all of which are lying waste at the present time. He also claims the entire valley of ....
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.... o. 8247 Ehu
Honolii, sworn, he has seen Ehu's land in the ili of Moalepo. There are probably 20 lois with weeds. There is also a valley which extends all the way to the upper land.
Mauka by Humuula mountain
Koolau Makaleha pali
Makai by Konohiki's pasture
Kona by Kalaunu pali.
Ehu began to live on this land a long time ago until the time of Kaumualii. Ehu had lived in Wailua and Kaiapa was the owner of the land.
There was no house and no people on this land.
Kaiapa, sworn, he has heard Honolii's testimony, it is true.
[Award 8247; R.P. 6976; Kapaa Puna; 1 ap. 3 roods]