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No. 9105, Kelohaaina
I, the one whose name is below, hereby explain to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles, that I have a claim in the mo`o of Paakea, the `ili of Kukuinui, Ahupua`a of Ahaino. The size of my taro lo`i is 33 fathoms by 33 fathoms. My land is bounded mauka by Kapuko, for Paa, the makai `ili is Kumuohia, for Haluku. The konohiki who gave this to me is Kanealauahine. If my claim is valid kindly award it to me.
A respectful aloha to you all.
Wailau, Molokai, February 6, 1848
Kealohaaina claims a moo ....
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.... this apana from Kanakaokai in 1833 and has had quiet and undisputed possession. The konohiki has 1 lo`i in this land.
Kaawakauo, sworn, I am the Deputy Konohiki of this land and the testimonoy of Kaneakua is correct.
N.T. 190v6 [also page 111]
No. 9105, Kelohaaina, Wailau, Koolau, 31 May 1842
Moo in Kukuinui ili of Ahaino ahupuaa.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Laepaa
Manae by pali
Makai by Haluku
Malalo by stream.
Living there was in 1832, Kealohaaina has been retained, 1 poalima is there.
[Award 9105; no. R.P.; Kukuinui Wailau Koolau; 1 ap.; .34 Ac.]