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No. 8726, Kua
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby write my claim for 34 lo`i, two unirrigated gardens, 3 sweet potato gardens. These are my land claims which were from Kamakau to his keiki, Keaaweaheulu, from Keaweaheulu to me. Those are the ones from I got my land which I have occupied for 18 years. The name of the land is Kahonu, at Makapala, Kohala.
I am, with thanks,
Cl. 8626, Kua
Kahoinea (konohiki), sworn, testifies that claimant occupies two sec ....
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.... iulii ahupuaa.
28 patches and 5 dry land have been cultivated; 3 houses, 2 of which are for Kua and the other interest is for Kauakaole. No one has objected.
2. Section II: Mauka.
Mauka by Kohepalapala ili land
Kohalawaho by pali
Makai by Kohepalapala ili land
Hamakua by Kohepalapala ili land.
14 patches, dry land with no house. It has been cultivated.
Kamakau had given it to them during the time of Kamehameha I; no one has objected.
[Award 8726; R.P. 4191, Makapala N. Kohala; 2 ap.; 13.78 Acs]