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No. 8700, Kapohaku, January 20, 1848
Kahei 4 is my Ahupuaa. The claims of Kapohaku are: from Kamehameha to Kamauoha to Kikoo, my kupunakane died it went to Poeleele, /then/ to Haalou, my makuakane /his own father/, /and then/ to me, Kapohaku.
Cl. 8700, Kapohaku
Kahu, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies three lots of land in Ili of Kapohakapu, Ahupuaa of Kaahei IV which are thus severally bounded:
1st lot (seawards)
South by Ili of Alihilele
West by Ahupuaa Hualua
North by land held by witness
East by Ili of Alanihaahaa.
2nd lot:< ....
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Hamakua by my land.
This has been cultivated.
3. Section III:
Mauka by Kahualoa ili land
Kohalawaho by Hualua ahupuaa
Makai by my land
Hamakua by Kahei 3 ahupuaa.
4. Section IV, House-lot ili at Pilohale.
Mauka by my house-lot
Kohalawaho and completely around is my land.
This is an old land which had belonged to his parents at the time of Kamehameha I, and it has been enclosed with a stone wall. Three sections are alike here in that they are idle and no one has objected.
Naiwi, sworn and stated, I have known [Left blank] [as] Kahu has related here.
[No. 8700 not awarded]