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No. 8299, Kaheananui
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a land area which has been held from my kupuna, in the time of Kamehameha I. It was Umikauikona who gave it to him, and when my kupunakane died, my makuakane inherited the land, and he bequeathed it to me on his death. Kamehameha I was the ali`i, Heulu was the konohiki, and Umi was the tenant. When Heulu died, Keaweaheulu succeeded him, and when Keaweaheulu died, Naihe succeeded him, and when Naihe died, Aikanaka succeeded him, and when Aikanaka died, Keohokalole succeeded him. Umi died and w ....
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.... the konohiki, 3 cultivated kihapais.
Section 7: Boundaries are for the konohiki, 1 cultivated kihapais.
Section 8: Boundaries are for the konohiki, 2 cultivated kihapais.
Mauka by konohiki
Kohala by Kekua's land
Makai by Maila's land
Hilo by Kaaiawaawa's land.
3 cultivated kihapais.
They are old residents of this land since the time of Kamehameha I; no objections.
Kalauwao, P., sworn, He has known exactly as Pehu had related there.
[Award 8299; Paauhau Hamakua; 1 ap.; 9.95 Acs]