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No. 2861, Kaohele, Kahuku, January 3, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kaohele, hereby state my claim for land at Kahuku. The name of the mo`o is Lanahu. There are five lo`i bounded on the north by Kaihu's holua /a sliding place for sport/, on the other three sides by kula. There is also a cultivated kula adjoining with Uwalakui on the east. At Ulupehupehu are some malas of swee ....
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.... has not been cultivated for some time. Claimant has held the kalo land for over 20 years. Kainauu, the brother of claimant, who appeared for him, stated that claimant has no land now in Ulupahupahu or Punalau.
Kailiuku, re-examined, says claimant's House site is near his kalo patches. It is not properly enclosed.
The Konohiki consented to this claim.
[Award 2861; R.P. 524; Kahuku Koolauloa; 2 ap. 1.61 Acs]