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No. 8724, Kekahawalu, Kohala, Kukuipahi, February 5, 1848
I have a claim for a farm which was from Kalaimoku to Leleiohoku. Leleiohoku was the tenant /I believe the scribe should have written Haku`aina instead of Hoa`aina, tenant. Leleiohoku more likely to have been the Haku`aina, and Kekahawalu the tenant./, and I am under him. The Ahupua`a is Kukuipahu and the ili is Paehala which contains the 25 farms.
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.... e as for section I. It has been cultivated; no house.
3. Section III - Maoloha, 1 section. Boundaries are exactly the same as sections 1 and 2. No house and it has been cultivated.
4. Section IV - Kupapaulau Ili
It has been cultivated. The boundaries are exactly the same as the sections above. There is no house and it was acquired at the time of Kamehameha I.
Moku, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Kahionamaka has related here.
[No. 8724 not awarded]