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No. 3109, Kuheleloa
`Ili of Kuiawa. A claim for land, lo`is, house lot and kula.
I write to you, the Land Commissioners concerning a house lot in the `Ili of Kuaiwa, also some lo`is and a kula in this house lot. On the east is the `Ili of Pilipili, on the north is a watercourse, on the west is a mo`o of Nauhi and the lo`i Pa`ahao, on the south are some lo`i po`alima and Kaauwai. Those are the boundaries of my house lot.
Also there are some lo`is, which are not in my house lot, but which are makai of the lo`i po`alimas. There are nine lo`i, bounded on the north by some lo`i po`alima, on the west by the land of Mokahelahela, on the south by a kula, on the east by a water course. I received ....
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.... oalima loi in it belonging to Hookei.
It is bounded:
Mauka by the kula of Hookei
Waihee by Kaaa's & Kaulu's land
Kula by the kula of Napuupahoehoe
Maalaea by Kekeleiaiku's land.
No. 3109, Kuheleloa 2, July 14, 1849
Pahoa, sworn, I know of one taro parcel and the house at Kuaiwa `Ili of Waikapu. It was from Puupahoehoe in 1833. He is, however, a kama`aina there. One po`alima in it is for Hoohei. No opposition.
It is bounded:
Mauka by the kula of Hoohei
Waihee by Kaaa and Kaui
Kula by Puupahoehoe's mo`o kula
Maalaea by Kekeleiaiku and Nauahi.
[Award 3109; R.P. 3133; Kuaiwa Waikapu; 1 ap.; 1.37 Acs]