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No. 11087, Aea, Kaluaaha, Molokai, February 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I have a kihapai in the Ahupua`a of Pohakupili, Island of Molokai, which is named Kaluanui. I occupied this land in 1846, on the 25th day of August. Kaleoku is the haku'aina and Kapule is the konohiki. I have stayed on this land which is taro and kula land of Kaluanui. I desire to enter my before the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles. The people living on this land are my witnesses, and some other people. This ends my request - kindly enter my kihapai in your work.
Aloha to you all.
6513 & 11087, Aea
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.... ooholoia ua nele oia i ke kuleana ole, a e noho no malalo o konohiki no ka pihole o ka manawa loaa
F.T. 196v15 Translation volume
No. 6513 & 11087, Aea, Waialua, October 12, 1853, Counter William Ap Jones (Konohiki)
Aea, sworn, Kapule gave me my land in the `Ili of "Kaluanui," Pohakupili, Molokai in 1846, I do not know the month it was given. I have occupied it from then until now.
Kapule, sworn, I gave him his land in 1846, and his testimony is true.
Decision: He had no claim and must live under the Konohiki, because he obtained it so recently.
[No. 11087 not awarded; See also 6513 also not awarded]