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No. 8435, Kuheleloa, Island of Oahu, District 5, January 5, 1848
Be it known to you, the Land Commissioners, that my claim for land is in the Ahupua`a of Punaluu. The name of the mo`o is Kailiili, and I have three lo`i in it, bounded on the east by Oopa's lo`is; in the mo`o at Makaiwa I have one lo`i, and in the mo`o of Meheiwa I have two lo`i and a kula also, adjacent to the mo`o of Kailiilii. These were gotten from the tenants and from the konohikis.
Claim 8435, Kuh ....
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.... also adjoining the last described piece. It is enclosed by a stone wall, and bounded:
Makai by the sea side, and
On the other sides by the kula land.
There is one house on it. Claimant and his ancestors have held the land from the time of Kamehameha I.
Oopa, sworn, says he knows the two pieces of land and house lot claimed by Kuheleloa, and confirms the testimony of the last witness.
The konohiki had no objections to make to this claim.
[Award 8435; R.P. 1437; Punaluu Koolauloa; 3 ap.; .87 Acs]