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No. 3526, Kekoahuwale
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim. Six lo'i are in Kaopala, one lo'i is in another Kaopala. They have been possessed since the time of Kamehameha I.
5 salt mo'o are at Kealia, bounded on the north by Manukuku, on the east by the salt mo'o of Kaiole, on the south by mountain, on the west by the salt mo'o of Kaniaupio.
Kealia, 22 December 1847
No. 3544B, Kekoahuwale
[Awarded as 3526]
Napela, sworn, I wrote out this man's Claim in January 1848 and it was sent to Oahu.
Kaai, sworn, The claimant's land consists of 3 pieces in Waikapu, Maui.
No. 1 is a S ....
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.... 848, and it was sent to Honolulu, Oahu.
Kaai, sworn, I know of three parcels in these `Ilis in Waikapu.
Parcel 1. Pauku lo`i in Kaopala.
Parcel 2. Two lo`i in Kaopala.
Parcel 3. House lot and salt land at Kealia.
These three parcels were from Keaho in the time of Kamehameha I. No one has opposed him.
[No.] 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Opunui
Waihee by my land
Kula by Opunui
Maalaea by my land [Napela].
[No.] 2. is bounded:
Mauka by Kahookuanui
Waihee by Kalahoouka
Kula by stream
Maalaea by Kalahoouka.
[No.] 3. is bounded:
Mauka by my land
Kula by Kahiewalu
Makai by the sea
Ukumehame by Kamohai.
[No. 3526 not awarded; See award 3544B]