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No. 10082, Mamao
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claim for an `ili named Makaihuwaa. The boundaries of this `ili.* All the rights in this `ili are mine, and that is my claim which is stated to you. I also have a claim in the `ili of Kapuka, for two lo`i and some scattered lo`i, a total of six.
January 17, 1848
*[Boundaries] Not stated.
No. 10082, Mamao, Claimant
Daniela, sworn, says I know the lands ....
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.... objections. Pipili died in 1837, land was given to Kupahu, the widow, no disputes. In 1847, the widow gave the ili land to her son Mamao.
Boundaries of that ili:
Mauka by Konohiki pasture
Halelea by Kalama's land
Makai by Kahili river
Anahola by Konohiki pasture.
Keo, sworn, he has seen Mamao's ili land and it is his (Mamao) own land just as Daniel, the witness has related. Both Keo and Daniela have known in the same way.
[Award 10082; R.P. 4074; Makaihiwaa Kahili Koolau; 1 ap.; 5.5 Ac 30 rods]