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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 ....
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.... />Section 1.
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]