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No. 11037, Heleihonua
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim in the moo named Kekuole, at Koloakiu, Waipio, Hamakua, Hawaii. There are 30 loi, 1 mala of sweet potatoes and 2 kula in this same land. It has been held from the time of Kamehameha I until the present. On the east is government land, on the north is the moo of Kuli, on the west is a pali and on the south is the land of Kaao. House lot claim: 10 fathoms by 10 fathoms.
No. 11037, Heleihonua, H ....
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Kohala by Muliwai ili land
Makai by Kekau's land
Hilo by Wailua's land.
30 cultivated patches, no house.
4. Section IV:
Mauka, for Muliwai a stream
Kohala by Muliwai land
Makai by Wahakoles land
Hilo by Maluaes land.
1 cultivated potato field, no house.
This is an old land which had belonged to his parents from Kamehameha I and has given it to him at this time. 2 patches there are for the konohiki; no one has objected.
[Award 11037; R.P. 8082; Waipio Hamakua; 5 ap.; 4.5 Acs]