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No. 10580, Ohule, Honuaula, 3 February 1848
I hereby petition for my claim at Makahiku in Paeahu. One potato mo`o is at Kekuaao, a mala of potatoes is at Kualapa, a mala of bananas, and some potato planting soil which is exhausted are at makahiku. An exhausted place is at Kamaalo, and a mala of potatoes is at Kumukahi. Those are my claims.
/Translator's note: The claimant uses the term pahulu, meaning exhausted soil, rather than mahakea, which means land which is fallow./
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.... ure ili of Makahiku, Paeahu ahupuaa.
These were from Pikanele in 1836. No objections.
Section 1: Konohiki's land is on all sides.
Section 2: Konohiki's land is on all sides.
Mauka by Nanaikahiki
Kula by Kaiui
Makai by Government trail
Kahikinui by Kaokole.
Mauka by Government trail
Kula by Pepeiaonui
Makai, Kahikinui by Kaokole
Mauka by Highway
Land for the konohiki is on all other sides.
[No. 10580 not awarded]