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No. 8719, Kekuanui, January 29, 1848
Puuepa Ahupuaa. The ilis are: Puupili, Pahulumoa, Kaluakailio, Kaioleau, Hinahale, Maio, Kaleolono, Hauhaualama, Onaipoaina and Lonoaina. It was from Kamehameha to Kaailuhiole, from Kalailuhiole to Mahune, from Mahune to Puhalahua, and from him to Kekuanui /who has had them for/ 19 years.
Cl. 8719, Kekuanui
Kapalu, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies one piece of land in Ili of Kaluakailio, Ahupuaa Puuepa 1
South, West, North, & East by waste land.
Also one lot in Ili ....
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.... wo fields are in the ili of Haleolono.
Mauka by Mahinui's land
Kohalawaho by Puuepa 2 ahupuaa
Makai by Kaoukea's land
Hamakua by Papa's land.
Half of this has been tilled.
Section 4 - Ili at Haleolono
The boundaries are for the konohiki.
Section 5 - House lot, ili land, Puupili.
The boundaries completely around are for the konohiki and two houses there are for him. He has received it from his parents at the time of Kamehameha I. No one had objected.
Pahiha, sworn and stated, I have known [left blank] Palu has related to me.
[No. 8719 not awarded]