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No. 8694, Kaulii, January 7, 1848
One ili /named/ Pakolea is hereby presented /in a claim/. The interest was from Keohokalole to Kekuanui, from Kuanui to me, Kaulii, and /I have held it/ for 8 years. I measured it with my arms, not by the square, and the length is 1,747 and the width is 380.
No. 8694, Kaulii
Kekuanui (konohiki), testifies that claimant occupies two pieces of land in the Ili of Pakolea, ....
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.... patches, 3 potato patches, 2 houses for Kaulii; it has been cultivated.
Mauka by land of Kanekoa
Kohalawaho by land of Kekuanui /konohiki/
Makai by Nuuanu's land
Hamakua by a pali.
There are several patches, no pasture. Some parts have been cultivated and others have not been cultivated and I had given him his interest in 1839.
No one had objected.
[Award 8694; R.P. 6132, Pakolea Aamakao N. Kohala; 2 ap.; 9.44 Acs]