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No. 3253, Hiona
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Hiona, have 6 lo`i at Paukukalo, 2 lo`i at Paloa. This is my little claim. Farewell to the Land Commissioners.
Wailuku, January 4, 1848
Cl. 3253, Hiona
Kaana, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. It is one piece of kalo land of 2 lois in the ili of Kapaloa, Wailuku, Maui. The claimant received this land from me in the year 1843 and I received them from Manu. His title is without dispute. ....
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.... in the `Ili of Kapaaloa. Two ponds in the `Ili of Paukukalo make the second parcel. These places are in Wailuku.
Apana 1 was from me in 1843, the one from whom I got it is dead. Parcel 2 was from Kahune in 1829. There is no opposition.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Hoopliaina
Waihee by stream
Maalaea b y the same.
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Kaupa
Waihee by Kahale
Makai by Kaupa
Maalaea by the same.
[Award 3253; R.P. 6293; Paukukalo Wailuku; 1 ap.; .97 Ac.]