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No. 11171, Kalaikoa, Wailuku, 12th April 1852
Naleipuleho made oath that he wrote out this claim before the year 1848, and that it was given in to the Land Commissioners at Wailuku.
Kaianui, sworn, says the claimant's land consists of two pieces in Wailuku, Maui.
No. 1 is a fish pond in Paukukalo.
No. 2 is 6 lois in the ili of Kapaaloa.
The claimant received No. 1 from his mother Kumuokalani, in the days of Kamehameha II. No. 2 he received from Hanalulu in 1845 and he from Kailihewa before 1838, and he from Kalauwalu in 1836. His title has never been ....
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.... ko was worked as a poalima in very ancient times, but in the days of Kamehameha II it became the property or possession of the mother of claimant, and has continued in their possession ever since.
Kau, sworn, In the days of Kamehameha I Welaula came to "Paukukalo" which was then entirely unimproved and laid out and cultivated it. He laid out a number of Hakuone's of which this was one, and was cultivated as such till the time of Kamehameha II when claimant came to live there.
(Kalaikoa relinquishes his claim to Apana 2)
[Award 11171; R.P. 5069; Paukukalo Wailuku; 1 ap.; 4.09 Acs]