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[No. 10937], Kaina, Kohala, Hawaii, January 11, 1848
[Listed as 10939!]
I hereby describe my two `ilis which were from Kekupuohi. On her death the land was inherited by Kanaianale and his man, Kawaaiwahia. There are two claims. Here is this claim - I am a parent of many children. There are eight of them, two have married and six remain. A third /sic/ claim is that I have occupied this place for seven years. The length of my `ili is two hundred and ninety fathoms; the width has not been measured. The names of my `ilis are Kamakalohi and Opeope. I have occupied them for 29 years.
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.... lawaho by pali
Makai by Opeope 2 ili land
Hamakua by idle land.
It is dry land, it has been cultivated, no house. Kawaauwahia gave him his interest in 1843; no one has objected.
2. Section II - It is in the ili land at Kamakaluhi [Kamakalohi].
Mauka by Kainopau's land
Kohalawaho by a pali
Makai by Opeope, an ili land
Hamakua by Paemilo, an ili land
Dry land, three houses for all of them /received/ during the time of Kamehameha II.
No one has objected to this day.
Kea (konohiki), sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Hoohua has stated here.
[No. 10937 not awarded]