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No. 3209, Uwe
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby petition for my claim for eleven lo'i, some are "jumps". Three are in one 'Ili of Halaula, two lo`i are in another Halaula, and four lo'i in another Halaula, and two lo'i are at Puako. Those are the places which furnish sustenance.
Wailuku, December 18, 1847
/Translator's note: There are 3 Halaulas in Wailuku/
Cl. 3209, Uwe, Wailuku, July 6th, 1849
Kahilikaula, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They consist of 3 pieces of land so far as I know. They are in Wailuku.
No. 1. is a kalo land in Halaula 1.
No. 2. is 2 l ....
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.... Makai by Kahilikaula
Maalaea by the same [Kahilikaula]
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Pae
Waihee by the same [Pae]
Makai by Kahilikaula,
Maalaea by Kalapu.
[No.] 3 is bounded:
Mauka by Kaukaliu
Waihee by Napela
Makai by Puaa
Maalaea by Naea.
Naiwielua (Wahine), sworn, I know of five taro lo'i in the 'Ili of Kalua, at Wailuku. They were from M. Keomailani in 1844, who had them from H. Kuihelani. There is no opposition.
They are bounded:
Mauka by Palaoanui
Waihee by Makahanohano
Makai by E. Kuihelani
Maalaea by Hoaai.
[Award 3209; R.P. 7893; Halaua 1 Wailuku; 1 ap.; .12; Halaula 3 Wailuku; 1 ap.; .2 Ac.; Kalua Wailuku; 1 ap.; .23 Ac.]