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No. 3699, Mahakea, Laie maloo /Dry Laie/, January 4, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: Because of the enactment of the Law of the Mo'i, telling the claimants to state their claims, therefore, I hereby state my claim for my mo'o and the kula. Three lo'i are in the mo'o of Puna. A portion of a lo'i is at Kaakau. A pali uala /steep sweet potato patch/ is at Naholuo. A kula is at Akakii. One 'ili of sweet potatoes and two mala of gourd are at Akakii. One 'ili of wauke is at Koloa. T ....
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.... e of kula land, planted in tobacco, is bounded on:
Hauula side by the Konohiki
Mauka by Waha's
Waialua side by Puaokahala's
Makai by Paiakea's land.
The second piece of kula land is planted in potatoes. It is surrounded by the Konohiki's land, - and it is enclosed. The House Lot is distinct from the land. It is not enclosed. Claimant derived the land from his ancestors.
The Konohiki's Agent consented to this claim.
[Award 3699; R.P. 927; Laie Koolauloa; 5 ap.; 2.43 Acs]