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No. 8707, Kaaiowaowaka, Paopao, Kohala
Greetings to you all: My thought is to describe to you my claim for land, from Kamehameha I to Kapulikoliko, and my makuakane was the occupant of the land. When they died the land was inherited by Kahekili and I was the tenant, and on his death it went to Leleiohoku, and I am still the tenant.
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Makai by Kalimalena's land
Hamakua by idle land.
One half of this land has been cultivated and a house is there for him. This had been acquired by his grandparents during the time of Kamehameha I and then passed on to his parents; no one has objected.
Palua, sworn and stated, I have seen and I have known exactly as Haina has stated.
[No. 8707 not awarded]