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No. 10684, Paa, Wailau, Molokai, February 6, 1848
To the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles: I hereby explain to you that I have a claim in the `ili of Kapuko, Ahupua`a of Ahaino, Molokai. My land is bounded mauka by land for Kupa, and makai by Puakea, for Kelohaaina. It is 25 fathoms long by 12 feet wide. If this claim is found valid, kindly award it to me.
Aloha to you all, respectfully,
Paa claims an ili Kukuinui, a moo.
This land wa ....
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.... on account of his not going to the poalima (the konohiki labor days).
Kaneokua, sworn, confirms on the testimony of the former witness.
This land confirmed to claimant, rescoving [sic: recovering] the piece belonging to the konohiki.
N.T. 191v6 [also page 112]
No. 10684, Paepaa
Moo in the ili of Kukuinui, Ahaino.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kaunikipuka
Manae by pali
Makai by Kealohaaina
Malalo by stream.
Inherited land from parents - he has been retained, 1 poalima is there.
[Award 10684; R.P. 7836; Kukuinui Wailau Koolau; 1 ap.; .27 Ac.]