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No. 2246R, Haui
Mahoe, hoohikiia, Na`u no i kakau i kona palapala kuleana mamua aku o ka la 14 o Feberuari, 1848.
Aua ike au i kona mau apana aina ma Kahaluu, Koolaupoko.
Apana 1, 4 lo`i.
Apana 2, 2 lo`i.
Apana 3, Pahale, ua paa hapa i ka pa 2 aoao.
Penei na palena:
Kaneohe, he nahelehele, no ke konohiki
Waiahole , kahuahale no Nahaalu
Makai, nahelehele o ke konohiki.
Kaneohe, he pali
Mauka, kah ....
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.... ai - land of konohiki.
Kanoehe - lo`i land of Kaehu
Waiahole - house site of Ihu
Mauka - house site of Kahalekulu
Makai - a water course.
His land was received from Kapalu in 1843 and he lived there in peace until his death in 1848. This land was bequeathed to his kaikaina, Keuouo, and he has been there until the present, undisputed.
Kaluhikaua, sworn, The testimony of Mahoe is true. My knowledge of it is the same.
[Award 2246R; R.P. 2228; Keaupualo Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 1.08 Acs]