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No. 8608, Kaahui
Greetings to you, John Ii: I am writing you for my claims for land and house lot. Some of it is at the seashore, some at Kaluulu*, and some is far mauka. They are consist of 4 taro kihapai, 3 sweet potato kihapai and 2 house lots, on the Island of Hawaii, District 1, North Kona, in Kealakehe, an ahupuaa.
/*See Translators Notes re Land zones in Kona./ [See Schilt et al. 1984:1-15 or Kelly 1983:43-63]
No. 8608, Kaahui, See page 117 [No. 8696] January 2, 1849
Mioi, sworn, He has seen the ili at Kaohia of Kealakehu a ....
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Mauka, Ka`u and Makai by Konohiki
Kohala by Kukuiomino ili land.
1 cultivated kihapai.
Section 5 - Ili at Ililoa.
Mauka by Keawe's land
Ka`u by Makakiloia ili
Makai by Mioi's land
Kohala by Keawe's land.
1 cultivataed kihapai.
Section 6 - House lot.
Bounded by idle land boundaries, no house. Partially enclosed by him /Mioi/.
Old-time resident since Kamehameha I. Land from Kapau now, no one has objected.
Puou, sworn, He has known as Mioi has known, no one has objected.
[Award 8608; R.P. 5228; Kealakehe N. Kona; 2 ap.; 3.9 Acs]