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No. 8924, Keawe
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles, my claim for some kihapais of lo`is in the `ili of Pepeiaoloa on the Island of Molokai. Their length is 15 fathoms by 8 fathoms. I received them from Pihi, and have occupied them for three years. Helehewa is the present konohiki.
Keawe's land is [illegible] ili, Elialii he lele of Kalu ....
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No. 8924, Keawe and Hulu
Kapihe, sworn, taro, Olona, stream in ili land of Wlialii [sic Elialii] in Waialua.
Mauka by Kainalu
Manae by Kaulei
Makai by Ahiki
Malalo by pali.
Section2 - patches are in Pepeiaoloa.
Keawe has a claim, which was from Pihi, it was opposed in 1840. Keawe has two sections, but the entire ili was from Hulu, no objections.
[Award 8924; R.P. 2005; Elialii Wailau Koolau; 1 ap.; 11.06 Acs]