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No. 2641, Holau, December 27, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land. I have a mo'o in Pohakunui and in the lele of Keawawa in Kona, in Maunalua. A steep sweet potato patch, Ohua, at Wawamalu, and the sareet potato patches are at Kaeo of Poki, the konohiki. I have one lo'i at Kapuiki in the 'ili of Kekupuohi. I got these in the time of Lono.
Waimanalo, Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu ....
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.... >Kona, kula
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Nahinu
Koolauloa by a creek
Makai by upland
Kona by land of Piimoku.
Claimant had his land from Poki in the time of Kina and has had it undisturbed to the present time.
Keoni, sworn, says the
truth above testimony is all true.
[Award 2641; R.P. 944; Kapuiki Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 1.81 Acs; Pohakunui Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; .99 Ac.]