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No. 2246Q, Hueu
Mahoe, hoohikiia, Na`u no i kakau i kona kuleana, a hoouna ia Makole e lawe ma Honolulu, mamua aku o ka pau ana o ka hookomo kuleana i ka M.H. 1848. Aua maopopo no ia`u kona mau apana aina elua ma Kahaluu, Koolaupoko.
Apana 1, 4 lo`i & pahale
Apana 2, 4 lo`i & mala uala.
Penei na palena o ka Apana 1:
Kaneohe, aina o Kuaaole
Mauka, aina o Laipo
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.... nd of Nahoi.
Kaneohe - land of Laipo
Waiahole - house lot of Kahiamoe
Mauka -land of Nahaalu
Makai - land of Kahalekulu.
He received his land from Halai before 1839, when Kinau was living and has occupied it in peace ever since, undisputed.
Keuouo, sworn, Mahoe's statement is true. My knowledge of it is the same.
[Award 2246Q; R.P. 2125; Waihee Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 1.14 Acs]