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No. 152B, Kahawae
Kahawae's claim in ili Puuokamalii, consists of kalo & kula leles.
Kili, his konohiki, gave this land to claimant's wife in old time.
F.T. 140v6 also page 61
No. [152B], Kahawae
Mahoe, hoohikiia. Ma ka ili aina o Puuokanalii ma Kumueli.
Apana 1. kalo
He mau apana kula kekahi. No kana kane mai ka aina o Kiliwehi ke ili aina ka aina. I ka wa o Kamehameha, aole mea keakea.
No. 152B, Kapualei, Oct. 22 ....
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Mauka, the stream.
His parcels of land were from Awili in the time of Hoapili, before 1839, and he has had quiet and undisputed possession.
Kanewanui, sworn, Our knowledge of it is the same.
N.T. 140v6 [also page 140]
[No number], Kahawae
Mahoe, sworn, taro in ili land of Puuokamalii in Kumueli.
Mauka by Konohiki
Manae by Kaimu
Makai by Konohiki
Malalo by Naehuelua
There are pasture sections also, land from Kahawae's husband and it had been for the chief Kiliwehi at the time of Kamehameha, no objections.
[Award 152B; R.P. 2978; Puuokamalii Kumueli; 4 ap.; 2.5 Acs]