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No. 8867, T. Kapaakea, Lahaina, 8 February 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners: I hereby petition for my land at Ukumehame. The name of the land is Kaulu. It is bounded as follows: it is from the sea to the mountain. On the north side is Lower Aweoweo, on the east is Upper Aweoweo. On the west is Palihai.
Those are the boundaries of that land for which I petition you.
To the Land Commissioners, I hereby petition you for my land claim at Ukumehame, named Makenawa. It lies as follows: from the sea to the mountain. On the north side the name of the land is Haai. On the east side the name is also Makenewa. On ....
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.... seen Kapaakea's two ili lands Makenewa and Kaulu at Ukumehame from Kaenaena. Kapaakea died in 1848, no one had objected to him. He had bequested this interest, also the pasture section to his mother Kaunahi. Kapaakea's personal belongings were given to the wife.
The boundaries of these two sections are:
Section 1 - Ili at Kaulu.
Mauka by Kapena
Hana by pali
Makai and Kaanapali by Stream.
2 Friday areas are in this section.
Section 2 - Ili at Makenawa.
Mauka by Makaike
Hana and Makai by Puaaloa
Kaanapali by Moehauna's wife's land.
2 Friday areas are in here.
[No. 8867 not awarded]