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No. 2610, Pehu [wahine], Waikapu, Maui, December 27, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land. The name of this land is Luahinepi, here at Waikapu. Also, mauka of Iao I have fifteen taro lo`i of my own. Most of them /are worked by/ tenants. I also have the `olona mountain area.
I also have some mala of wauke in this land. The name of one, a ....
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.... r land was from Kawelohea in the time of Auwae, before 1830. There is no opposition. There are two po`alima within.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Kalawaiahonu
Waihee by the same
Makai by the same
Maalaea by Pali of Wailuku.
[Award 2610; R.P. 494; Wailuku Wailuku; 1 ap.; 6.6 Acs; Monsarrat Map of Wailuku 1889 shows awarded land 2610 for Pehu makai of Loiloa Wailuku (Iao)].