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No. 10964, Wahie, Honuaula 22 January 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for some moku mau`u* at Kaopa.
At Keahua Ahupua`a are two moku mau`u.
At Makahiku is one moku mau`u
At Kamaloa is one moku mau`u
At Paukuahewa is one moku mau`u. Witness is Koukaina.
Furthermore, there are three mala of Irish potatoes. Koukaina is the witness.
These are my claims which I thought of stating to you.
/*No data but believed to be arable pockets in rocky terrain/
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.... />Section 1:
Mauka by konohiki
Kula by Pepeiaonui
Makai by konohiki
Kahikinui by Kaakaole.
Mauka by Mahi
Kula by Pahoa
Makai by Kaipo
Kahikinui by Kanakaokai.
Mauka, Kula by konohiki
Makai by Ainoa
Kahikinui by konohiki.
Mauka by Government trail
Kula by Kaakaoale
Makai, Kahikinui by Government trail.
Section 5: Koukaina's boundaries on all sides.
Mauka by Kalama
Kula by Kaakole
Makai by Mahi
Kahikinui by Kalama.
[No. 10964 not awarded; Honuaula]