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No. 2764, Nahiona, Kalepolepo, 1 January 1848
Here is my claim for some Irish potato malas at Kaonoulu, which I received from Hewahewa. At Amakeokeo are one potato mala and one taro mala which I received from Kapohaku. Those are my claims, which may be valid, or not.
Cl. 2764, Nahiona, Kalepolepo, August 2d, 1849
Kaniai[?], sworn, I know the land of the Claimant. It is one piece of kula land in the ili of Kupalaia in the Ahupuaa of Kaonoulu.
The Claimant received it from Hewahewa in the year 1843. His title has never been disputed.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Kuikelani, Hewahewa and Pupuka's land
Makawao by the Creek of Kupalaia
Makai by Makakahiko ....
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.... o. 2764, Hiona, August 2, 1849
Kamai, sworn, Hiona's land is small potato land in the ili Kupalaia of Koonaulu ahupuaa, it was from Hewahewa in 1849. No objections to Hiona.
Makawao, Kupalaia stream
Makai, Pupuka, Makakahiko
Honuaula, Mahiai, Hewahewa.
Uilani, sworn, he has seen Hiona's two sections.
Section 1 - Taro ili Paliku of Keokea ahupuaa.
Section 2 - Potato ili Kaopuupuu, Keokea ahupuaa.
Land from Kapohaku in 1844. No objections.
Mauka, Opunui, Kaluli
Makai, Honuaula, Kapohaku.
[No. 2764 not awarded]