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No. 2526, Makanui
To the Land Commissioners: Here is my land claim in the `ili of Kumuwiliwili. There are 35 lo`i and the other places situated in this `ili. The first kane of my wahine gave it to my wahine who is living here. The wahine and the land became mine. The first kane died, therefore I am the landlord of the `ili under the konohiki of Waiehu.
Also, there are some lo`is and other things in the other `ilis of Waiehu. At Kuhimana are 7 lo`i, at Pilipili are 2 lo`i, at Pahapahawale is 1 lo`i. That is my claim.
Waiehu, Maui, December 22, 1847
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.... paukus at Kumuuiliuili.
Mauka by Nakookoo's land
Waihee by Waiehu stream
Makai by Kaiakahi
Maalaea by Kaelepulu.
Section 2 - 7 Taro patches at Kahimana.
Mauka by Polea
Waihee and Makai by Ahikuli stream
Maalaea by Wawae.
Section 3 - 3 taro patches at Pilipili.
Mauka by Naheana's land
Waihee, Makai, Maalaeaby Kaelepulu.
Section 4 - 1 taro patch at Pahapahawale
Mauka by Keo
Waihee by Stream
Makai by Keo
Maalaea by Nakookoo's land.
[Award 2526; R.P. 6167; Kumuwiliwili Waiehu Wailuku; 1 ap.; 6.15 Acs]