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No. 146B; Kahaule
Pupuka testifies that this claim is in ili Kainui, kalo & kula
This claim, like the above, [5026B] is [illegible] from time of Kamehameha I & is not disputed.
F.T. 208v6 see also page 129
No. Haule, Kahaule, see 133 p.
Moo - Ohia.
No. 146B, Kahaule, Kapualei, Oct. 22, 1853
Nakaa, hoohikiia, Na`u no i kakau i kona pa ....
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.... and undisputed possession.
D. Lokomaikai, sworn; His claim is true, my knowledge is the same.
N.T. 133v6 [also page 54]
[No number], Kahaule, See page 208
Taro land in Kaimu of Puaahala.
Mauka by Pali
Manae by Hamole
Makai by Pond
Malalo by Kalele.
Kahaule first lived there at time of Kamehameha I, no one has objected.
N.T. 208v6 [also page 129]
[no number], Kauhale (late, See page 133)
Manae and Makai, konohiki
Malalo, Nale, year 1826
[Award 146B; R.P. 5475; Kaimi Puahala Kona; 3 ap.; 8.6 Acs]