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No. 2651, Alihi, Wailuku, December 29, 1847
Hear ye, ye Land Commissisoners: I hereby state my claim. I, Alihi, have 13 lo`i at Kuunaheana nui. At Kuunaheana iki is one lo`i. At Keahupio are two lo`i. The witness for the lo`is at Kuunaaheana is Palaoawai /?/. The witness for the lo`is at Keahupio is Kahalepio. At Papohaku are ten lo`i. The witness is Kalapa.
I believe I have a claim ....
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.... Keahupio, in Wailuku. Parcel 1 was from me in 1844. I had it from Namakeha. The single lo`i was from Kama. There is no opposition.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by my land
Waihee by Naea
Makai by the same [Naea]
Maalaea by my land.
No. 2. is bounded:
Mauka by Kuapuu
Waihee by the same [Kuapuu]
Makai by Opunui
Maalaea by the same [Opunui].
[No. 2651 not awarded]