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No. 8716, Kuaana, January 29, 1848
Puuepa Ahupua`a. It was from Kamehameha to Henahena, and on his death, to Paalua. Paalua gave it to Kuaana. The two ilis of this Ahupua`a are Mokuaweoweo and Haleolono /which I have held/for 38 years.
Cl. 8716, Kuaana
Pahiha, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies six lots of land in the Ili of Haleolono, Ahupuaa Puuepa 2, which are thus severally bounded.
1st lot: South, West, North & East by waste land.
2d lot: South, West, North & East by waste land.
6th lot: South ....
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.... , also on the Makai side
Hamakua by Anokenoke's land.
It has been cultivated; there is no house.
5. Section V: The entire boundary is for the konohiki. It has been cultivated and there is no house.
6. Section VI: House lot and enclosed. It is completely for the konohiki and two houses are there for him /Kuaana/. This was received from Hewahewa during the time of Kamehameha I; No one has objected.
Makalelee, sworn and stated: "I have known [left blank] [as] Pahiha has related here."
[Award 8716; R.P. 7459, Kawikiwiki Puuepa N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 3.719 Acs 7 ft.]