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No. 8270, I. Kahemolele, February 1, 1848
I hereby state my claim in the land of Papuaa. The length is 60 and the width is 40. Within the pig pen is one hau [tree]. The cultivation consists of 3 mala of taro, 3 of sweet potatoes, and 1 of wauke. The house lot is 50 by 50.
No. 8270, Kahemolele ....
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.... os;s land
Makai by Kua's land
Hilo by Waiahole's land
It has been cultivated, no house. This is a very old land acquired in 1832. Kaihe had protested and a suit was brought before the governor, Leleihoku, and the decision was in favor of Kahemolele. This is the claim over which there is a dispute.
[Award 8270; Malanahae Hamakuka; 1 ap.; 1.28 Acs]