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No, 8689, Hewahewa, Kohala, Hawaii, January 4, 1848
Two ilis in Honopueo, which went from Kawelokalani, to Kahekili, to Leleiohoku, to Pilale, to my makuakane, and to me, Hewahewa. 20 years.
No. 8689A, [No. 8689], No. 3234B, Hewahewa
Hoohua, sworn, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies one piece of land in Ili of Kamai 1, Ahupuaa Honopueo. Said lot is thus bounded:
South by land held by Kamaka
West by Ili of Waiakaulaipala
North by Ili of Kamai 2
East by waste land.
Also one lot in the Ili of Uhalu, Ahupuaa above, thus bounded:
South by land h ....
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.... br />Dry land, has been cultivated, no house.
2. Section II, Uhalu Ili.
Mauka by Naleinaahi's land
Kohalawaho by Kapahukapu Ili land
Makai by Kapahukapu ili land
Hamakua by Kapaau Ahupuaa.
Dry land, it has been cultivated, there is no house and it had been acquired during the time of Kamehameha I from Kekupuohi and he /Hewahewa/ has it at this time; no one has objected.
Kahoopiiwai, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Hoohua has stated here.
[Award 8989; R.P. 4865; Kamaee Honopueo N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 8.919 Acs; Uhalu Honopueo N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 11.731 Acs; also listed as No. 3234B not awarded]