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No. 3242, Hokii , Koloa, January 11, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Hokii, a Hawaiian subject living at Koloa, island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land. Its length is eleven chains and seven fathoms; from the watercourse to the southeast side, four chains, from the southeast to the southwest, 21 chains. The width is 4 chains; a portion of the boundary is unequal. This is my land claim, which was received from Piliwale.
HOKII X, his mark
No. 3242, Hokii, Claimant (deceased)
Pueo, sworn, says I know the land of Hokii. It is in Koloa Komohana. It consists of two pieces.
No. 1 is four lois & Kula, east side of the hig ....
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Pueo, sworn, he has seen Hokii's land in west Koloa.
Section 1 - 4 lois and a pasture on the east side of Poahonu road.
Mauka by Naiui's lois
Puna by Dr. Smith's lois
Makai by Kaumahana's sugar land
Hanapepe by road.
Section 2 - 2 lois and a pasture on the west side of the road.
Mauka by Dr. Smith's lois
Puna by road
Makai by Naiui's cane land
Hanapepe by Kepui's land.
Land to Hokii from Kaikioewa, where he had lived until his death without problems. The land is now for Hokii's sister Makamoa, wife of Mokuumeume. No problems to the present time.
[Award 3242; R.P. 8536; Poahonu Koloa Kona; 5 Acs 5 rods]