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No. 3007, Mahoe
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my land; it is in the Ahupua`a and a fourth of the ditch is stone-walled, it is at Wananalua. Three sides are enclosed with the stone walled ditch. The boundary on the north side is the lot of Manu II, on the east is the Government Road, on the south is the lot of Hopu, on the west is the land of Makahilahila and Kawao. Judd consented for me to have this place - it was from Wahie and Leleiohoku. I desire, therefore, to secure this land for myself and my heirs.
January 12, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim to you: it is in the `Ili of Kahuakoikoi and Puluaha and Aimakua in the Ahupua`a of Wananalua. it is bounded on the north by the lot of Manu II, ....
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.... n 1846, and Mahoe has enclosed it and built a house in it.
Mauka by Palau's land, by Manaauahi's land
Koolau by Kahunaaiole's land
Makai by Road
Kipahulu by Hopu's land.
There are other interests, a kihapai is at Niumalu 1. Kawainui, sworn, He has seen the land of Mahoe which was from the parents in 1778 and has been living there since that time to 1849 without any oppositions.
Mauka by konohiki
Koolau by Kawainui's land
Makai by Kaauhuhu
Kipahulu by Kauakahi.
Makai by konohiki
Kipahulu by stream.
He has continuously lived here since the grandparents' time.
[No. 3007 not awarded; See also 3014 not awarded; See 2007]