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No. 10525, Nau, Keopu, Kailua, Kona, January 31, 1848
Greetings to you, Z. Kaauwai, J. Ii, W.L. Lee, J.H. Smith, and N. Namauu: I hereby explain to you, the commissioners to quiet land titles, my land claim. I have one pauku of land here in Kealaehu. The ili is Kealaehu, the ahupua`a is Keopu. There are my kihapais: 3 are at Kamuku and 2 are at Ililoa. Furthermore, I have a house lot, 290 fathoms in circumferenc ....
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Section 4 Kaluulu.
Mauka by Kalino's land
Ka`u by Keliikuli's land
Makai by Kalino's land
Kohala by Hookio's land.
2 cultivated kihapais.
Nau's land from Kamuoha at the time Koomoa was overseer, no one had objected.
Muaewa, sworn, they both have known alike in all things concerning Nau's land.
[Award 10525; R.P. 4001; Keopu 1 N. Kona; 1 ap.; 2.35 Acs]