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No. 8612, Kanehoalani, February1848
To the Land Commissioners I hereby state my claim for my 'ili of Kamokulama, and the upland of Kapupuu, and the kula of Pukalua, and the shore area/fishery of Apuakea. It was gotten by my makuas in the time of Kamehameha I, and I have it at present. Furthermore, I have a mo'o in the 'ili of Poki at Puahia, with the pond and the kula, and my house lot is there also. I have one lo'i in the 'ili Kualii Panene. I have taro lo'i at Puamanao in the 'ili of Naeole. I got these in the time of Lono, until this time of Poki. Kuihelani is my landlord.
Waimanalo, Koolaupoko, Oahu
No. 8612, Kanehoalani, [scribe's notes: 57] ....
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Mauka by the loi of Kauwahi
Kaneohe by the loi of Kauwahi
Makai by the loi of Kauwahi
Kona [Makapuu] by a pali or hill.
No. 4 is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Naeole
Kaneohe by the land of Naeole
Makai by a creek
Kona [Makapuu] by the land of Kaahuwalu.
No. 5 is bounded:
Mauka by the house of Kauwahi
Kaneohe by a creek
Makai by the house of Mr. Cummings
Kona [Makapuu] by a fence.
Claimant had his land from his ancestors and from some others and has had it undisturbed till the present time.
Mahalo, sworn sworn [sic], says the above is all true.
[Award 8612; R.P. 568; Luamano Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; .139 Ac.; Mokulama Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 3 Acs]