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No. 2495, Kaiaholokuaau
Wailuku is the large area, Puuohala is the small area, an `ili within. This petition was written in the year of the Lord, 1847, on the 22nd day of December. Ohuanui is my claim for land. Auwae was the one over Wailuku at that time. How is it? Is it not a right? Perhaps it is. When Auwae died, his son, Kawailepolepo, inherited it, and Ohuanui was my land. When he died, that was my land, from then until Kailihiwa had Wailuku. The occupation of the land was continuous, I did not go away, and so one, until Keahi had Wailuku. Is this not a right? Here is this petition for the lo`is. I have ten of them and mauka of them is my kula. It is enclosed by the soil of /from; the water flow. I have a place of raging water. On the east are some lo`is of Kawaa, on the north are some lo`is of Namauu, on the south and west is the watercourse. Kaiaholokuaau knows of these lo`is of min in the `ili of Pohakupukupu. Petition for land claim of Kekahuna. My claim there is for my 9 l ....
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No. 2495, Kalaholokuaau
Pahoa, sworn, I know his land at Wailuku, four parcels.
Parcel 1 - Taro land at Pohakupukupu.
Parcel 2 - House lot
Parcel 3 - Taro mo`o at Puuokala.
Parcel 4 - Taro mo`o and kula at Puuokala.
His land was from me in the time of Kamehameha II. There is no opposition.
[No.] 1 is bounded:
Mauka by the 'Ili of Kaluaoopu
Waihee by Kahaloki
Makai by the same
Maalaea by the same.
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the government lot
Waihee by the same
Makai by konohiki
Maalaea by Kawaa.
[No.] 3 is bounded:
Mauka by Kawaa
Waihee by Namauu
Makai by Kawaa
Maalaea by the Mo`i.
[No.] 4. is bounded:
Mauka by the `Ili of Pohakupukupu
Waihee by Kawaa
Makai by konohiki H. Kalama
Maalaea by Namauu.
[Award 2495; R.P. 7790; Pohakukupukupu Wailuku; 3 ap.; 2.51 Acs; Puuohala Wailuku; 2 ap.; 2.46 Acs]