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No. [1266A], Hopuia
[Listed as 1266]
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings in the name of God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my claim in the `ili of Maulukikepa. There are four lo`i and a kula house lot, bounded on the north of my kula by Paakea; on the southeast by the land of Keolaloa; on the northeast by the lot of Kapopou; on the west by the land of Kealoha.
Cl. 1266A, Hopuia, 1 September 1848
Kaluahine, sworn, This land is in ili of Maulukikepa, Waititi, in 4 pieces.
1 House lot with a kalo patch, it is within the Government fence, there i ....
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.... ai and Honolulu.
3. There is one patch here.
Kaaha's land is mauka
Kinopu's land, Waimanalo and makai
KaPawa's land, Honolulu.
4. One patch is here.
Kaohipua's land, mauka
Hepa's land, Waimanalo
Loiloa's land, makai
Haole's land, Ewa.
All of Hopuia's lands have been from Kaihe in the year 1830. He is a konohiki under the king and no one has ever objected to this day."
Loiloa, sworn and stated, "I have known (about this land) just as Kaluahine knows about it."
[Award 1266A; R.P. 2485; Malukikepa Waikiki Kona; 4 ap.; 2.46 Acs]