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No. 2980, Pakele
'Ili of Kaaa. A letter claiming a mo`o and the lo`is and the hala trees and the houses. I hereby state to you, the Land Com-missioners, my three claims, a mo`o with twelve lo`i and some hala trees also. Some lo`i pa`ahao are on the south, a kula is on the west, a lo`i po`alima is on the north, the `Ili of Pualinapau is on the east. I received this from Kekuapaa in 1832. In the `Ili of Olohe are 13 lo`i which I received from Kamai in 1841.
January 3, 1848, Waikapu, Maui
Cl. 2980, Pakele
Kuapaa, sworn, The Claimant's land consist of 2 pieces ....
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.... of two parcels in these `Ilis in Waikapu.
Parcel 1. Taro mo`o and house and kula in Kaaa `Ili.
Parcel 2. Taro pauku in the `Ili of Olohe.
The first parcel was from Kaawa in 1832, and the second was from Kamai in 1841. Kamai received it from Puupahoehoe. The po`alimas are separate.
[No.] 1 is bounded
Mauka by Kaaua and Konehia's land
Waihee by Komo haole /Hermessy/
Kula by Government Lot
Maalaea by my land.
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka and Waihee by Kamakea
the other two sides by Waikapu stream.
[Award 2980; R.P. 5356; Kaaa Waikapu; 1 ap.; 1.56 Ac.; Olohe Waikapu; 1 ap.; .24 Ac.]