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[No. 638, Imiwale], claims No. 636 to 642
Native Register, volume 2
No. 638, Imiwale
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for my houselot at Kuhua, Lahaina. The name of the land is Halilio. The length of my interest there is from the time that Liholiho sailed to Wailuku in the first Apuana /?/ when my makuakane whose name was Keauimi, settled this lot of which I am telling you. The size of the lot is 16 /fathoms?/ long and 9 /fathoms?/ wide. The konohiki is crowding me - he ....
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.... e's land
Olowalu side by the Konohiki's land.
He has also a piece of Kula land farther mauka. It is enclosed by a stone wall and bounded: Olowalu side by "Aki"
Makai by the House lot of Keoni
Kaanapali side by "Kuhuanui"
Mauka by the House lot of Keoni, Hekui's land.
Claimant has held these pieces from ancient times.
Kalekeiki, sworn, says he knows the lands of claimant and confirms in full the testimony of last witness.
[Award 638; R.P. 2368; Kahua Lahaina; 2 ap.; 1 Ac. 3 roods 36 rods]