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No. 9026, Kaaipohuehue, Kula, 24 January 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell of my claims at Aapueo I, two claims for sweet potatoes, five claims for Irish potatoes. The names are Paikukui, and Paili. At Aapueo II I have two places, Paipala and Papawahanui, two claims for sweet potatoes. I received them from Keohokalole.
There are three "jump" claims at Aapueo which I received from Nahuina. A claim for sweet potatoes at Waiohuli was received ....
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.... 1 - Pasture ili Ohiamukumuku, Aapueo ahupuaa.
Section 2 - Pasture ili Kailikoa, Aapueo ahupuaa.
Ancient land from parents at the time of Kamehameha I, no objections to Kaaipohuehue.
Mauka by Koolau
Makawao by Nahuina
Makai by Aupuni/Koolau
Honuaula by Road for descending.
Mauka by Kikiana
Makawao by Koolau
Makai by Kalama
Honuaula by Aapueo.
[Award 9026; R.P. 3432; Kamukumuku Aapueo Kula; 1 ap.; .79 Ac.]