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No. 8341, Kahunahana, Island of Oahu, District 5, January 19, 1848
Be it known to you, the Land Commissioners that I have a claim for land in the Ahupua'a of Hauula. The mo'o is Kahulihuli and I have four lo'i in it, bounded on the north by Waiauia's lo'i, on the east by Poopuu's mo'o, on the south by Hoaai's mo'o, on the west by Kuhema's mo'o. There is a kula claim adjoining on the east of Emekona's /Emerson's/ kula. I cultlvate in the kula of Kuhema. Three kula areas are there, joining on the south of Kaunele ....
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.... ows the House lot of claimant and the kula land formerly cultivated by him.
Kanealii, sworn, says he knows the kula land formerly planted by claimant near his House Lot. It was planted in 1849, and much of the produce was destroyed by the horses.
It is bounded on the:
North by the land of the Konohiki and Kahoopii
East by the Hog Wall
South & West by the Konohiki.
Said piece contains about half an acre.
The King's Land Agent made no objection to this claim.
[Award 8341; R.P. 1320; Hauula Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 2.17 Acs]