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No. 8882, Kekua, Waikapu, 25 January 1848
To the Land Commissioners:I hereby state my claim, in Kamaole in Kula. It is a moku mau`u* mala of Irish potatoes.
/*No data, but believed to be arable pockets of soil in rocky terrain/
No. 401 & 8882, Kekua
Keawe, sworn, The claimant's land consists of 3 pieces in Waikapu and Kula, Maui.
No. 1 is a Section of lois in Aueakumana, Waikapu.
No. 2 is a Section of lois in Kapalaalaea, Waikapu ....
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Section 1 - House lot at Awahamanu.
Mauka by Akoni Cakalina's land
Waihee by Land enclosure
Kula by Government road
Maalaea by J. Louzada.
Section 2 - Taro pauku in Kapalaalaea.
Mauka by konohiki
Waihee by Kuihono
Kula by Moo
Maalaea by Kohelaulau.
Section 3 - Potato patch at Kamaole in Kula.
Mauka and Honuaula by Keawe
Makai by Kamalana
Makawao by Mamaki.
[Award 8882; R.P. 119; Kamaole Kula; 1 ap.; 2 Acs; See 5551 to Kekua; See also 401 not awarded]