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[No. 8906], Kuhoe
[Listed as 8904B!]
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim to you for my `ili, named Ohia, in the Ahupua`a of Manawai on the Island of Molokai. It has some taro land and some kula. The length is 38 and the width is 31 fathoms and the land of Peahikalono, the konohiki, is on one side and Apakahikino, of Hapuku, is on the other side of my lo`is. There is also a kula. I have cultivated a portion of it and am resting a portion until the soil becomes fertile for cultivation, when the soil will become fruitful. We have lived here for many good years ....
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.... N.T. 109v6 [also page 30, 2nd page 30]
No. 8906, [Kuhoe], page 244 [?]
Kiekie, sworn, land in the ili of Ohiapekepe in Manawai.
Section 1 - Taro land.
Mauka by Hapuku
Ualapue by Kahananui
Makai by Kalamaika
Ohia by konohiki.
Section 2 - Pasture.
Mauka by Kaki
Ualapue by Kahiapaiole
Makai by konohiki
Ohia by pali.
Kuhoe's parents lived there at the time of Kamehameha I. No one has objected to Kuhoe.
Kuaana, sworn, they have known alike.
[Award 8906; R.P. 6177; Manawai Kona; 2 ap.; 2.71 Acs]