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No. 1976, Hoowaa
To the Land Commissioners, greetings, in God: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land in the `ili of Kookuakua, in the Ahupua`a of Waimea. There are six loi`s. On the north of my five lo`i are the lo`is of Kaawa, on the northeast is Kanuwahine, on the southeast is Kamoo /and/ Kalihau, on the west is a pali. The sixth lo`i is bounded on the north by the lot of Mikuwini /Mr. Whitney/, on the northeast by a small house of mine, on the south by the house of Kamiki /Smith?/, on ....
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.... f Peekauai ili in Waimea ahupuaa.
Mauka by Wini's vineyard
Hanapepe by Waimea River
Makai by Pawale's loi
Mana by Peekauai ditch.
Section 2 - Kamookahi moo in ili of Peekauai, Waimea.
Mauka by Awa moo
Hanapepe by Kuemanu ditch
Makai by Namooeha moo
Mana by Pokii pali.
Land to parents from Kaumualii, then from them to Hoewaa, no objections to him.
Kawaiohilo, sworn: Kamanoha's statements are very accurate and true.
[Award 1976; Peekauai, 2 ap. 1 Ac 1 rood]