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No. 3525, Keliiolelo
To the Land Commissioners. Greetings: I hereby state my claim in an `Ili called Awakamanu, adjoining Pohakoi in Waikapu, Maui /It has been held/ from the time of Kamehameha I, under the lords of the land until this time. A house site is in another `Ili, Kuaiwa, and three lo`i are in another `Ili, Nohohana, in Waikapu I live in Kuaiwa Waikapu,
22 December 1847
Cl. 3525, Keliolelo
Mehau, sworn, The Claimant's lands consist of 3 pieces, but I know but one of them well.It is a kula land in the ili of Kohoa, Waikapu, Maui.
The Claimant received it from Hika in the year 1845, and he had it from Keaho in the days of Kamehameha 1.His title is not disputed.
It is ....
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.... m Akoni C. /Antonio Catalina/ in 1818 or 1819. Akoni had it from Ke/e/aumoku. The house lot was from me at the same time. No opposition.
[No.] 2. is bounded:
Mauka by William H./Humphreys/
Waihee by William ma.*
Kula by Wm. McLane* and Government Lot
Maalaea by the land of Kimo Lutara /James Louzada/.
[No.] 3. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Kuaana
Waihee by the land of Palakiko and Hoohei
Kula by the land of Pahoa
Maalaea by the land of Palakiko Pukiki /Francisco Portuguese/
/*On page 470in Vol. 7 Foreign Testimony, William Crowningburg's name is given as the owner on those sides/
[Award 3525; R.P. 3121; Awakamanu Waikapu; 1 ap.; 1.77 Acs; no R.P., Kuauoa Waikapu; 1 ap.; .24 Ac.; Kuaiwa Waikapu; 1 ap.; .24 Ac.]