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No. 809, Ikiiki and Keoahu, Kahookane, October 13, 1847
Hear ye, O Land Commissioners: We hereby present our claim for our little land to you. There are some taro patches at Pualoalo.
These patches were from Piikoi. The diagram below shows the number. I, Ikiiki, have 11 taro patches, and I, Keoahu have 6 taro patches and two small barren places. Our claim is combined in the diagram.
This is the east side, adjoining Kahookane, the yardage is shown in the diagram
This is the north side of our claim, the yardage is shown in the diagram
This is the west side of our claim, it is mauka of the road; the yardage is shown in the d ....
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.... had been the Keoahu's land and Piikoi was the konohiki. Kenahu has six patches and Ikiiki has 11 patches. Ikiiki had lived here before the contention with Kaomi. They had received this interest from Kaianui, who is Piikoi's father. No one has objected to the Keoahus to this day."
No. 809 - Ikiiki & Keoahu, from page 562, March 13
Paoa, swornand stated, "I have seen this land. Everything about it has been borne in Kumuhe's statements which have just been read here. No one has objected to them."
[Award 809; R.P. 1812; Pualoalo Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.12 Acs]