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No. 8723, Kahoimai, Kohala, February 5, 1848
Mahukona 3 is the Ahupuaa. It was from Kamehameha I to Hewahewa in very ancient times. Hewahewa was my makuakane and the land came from him to me on his death.
Cl. 8723, Kahoimai
Kalawaia, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies one lot of land in Ili of Haleolono, also two lots in Ilis of Kamuku - and one lot in Ili of Ililoa, also that the said Ilis are all in Ahupuaa of Mahukona II. T ....
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All around is for the konohiki, one half of it has been cultivated and 1 house is for his people.
4. Section IV, the ili at Kumuku.
The boundaries are exactly the same. It has been partially cultivated and 1 house is for his people. This was acquired during the time of Kamehameha I from Hewahewa. No one had objected."
Hoewaa, sworn and stated, "I have known [left blank] [as] Kalawaia has related here."
[Award 8723; R.P. 6667, Pulehu Mahukona N. Kohala; 2 ap.; 11.47 Acs]