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No. 8946, Kaaea, Kalawao, February 1, 1848
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles that I have a claim for lo`i and kula; however it jumps in various places in the `ili of Kipapa in the Ahupua`a of Malawao on the Island of Molokai.
Lo'i claim. The length is 198 feet on the west and east. The w is 156 feet on the south, and 120 feet on the west.
Kula claim. The length is 2131 feet on the east, 93 feet on the south, 78 feet on the north.
Those are my claims which I state.
Aloha to you all.
Mapulehu by Molokai, February 2, 1848
8946, Kaaea 2
Kaaea 2 has a moo in ili Makaluahau, kalo.
Makai, Ka ....
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.... confirms in full the testimony of the former witness.
N.T. 199v6 [also page 120]
No. 8946, Kaaea
Moo in Makauahau of Kalawao.
Mauka, Manae by pali
Makai by Kanalu,
South by Kahewahewanui.
Section 2 - Ku (Pasture).
Mauka by pali
East by Kauwenui
Makai by sea.
Year 1832, retained, 2 poalimas are there.
N.T. 202v6 [also page 123]
No. 182B, Kaaea
Palawai moo Kiao m.[?]
Mauka and Manae by Kalahili
Makai by Pulehi.
Section 2 :
Mauka by Kapule
Manae by pali
Makai by Koi
Malalo by stream.
In year 1832.
[Award 8946; R.P. 4251; Kiao, Palawai Waikolu; 3 ap.; 8.58 Acs; no R.P. Makaluahau Waikolu Koolau; 2 ap.; 8.49 Acs; No. 182B not awarded]