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No. 3731, Ihupu, Laie, January 3, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Ihupu, am a holder of land in the `ili of Kapuna, with three lo`i and the kula. North is Kamapuna, east is Aimanino, West is Kalawa, south is Kanauweuweu, those are the boundaries. At Kamuha is a one-sided lo`i. At Halepuu is one lo`i. At Kapuna is a water course, and Kapue, this is a kula. At Laie maloo are four `ili of sweet potatoes. At Kano /blot/ opuna are six `ili of sweet potatoes. At Kapalaoa, on the mountain, ....
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.... 's land
Mauka by Aamakaiki's land
Waialua side the same
Makai by Laie - Lolohi's land.
The House Lot is makai. It is not enclosed. There is one house on it. Claimant has held the land for ten years.
Claimant has also a piece of kula land, planted at present in tobacco. It it is bounded on:
Hauula side by Kaohu's land
Mauka by Nakahili's land
Waialua side by Kalua's land
Makai by Akuino's land.
[Award 3731; R.P.; 3508; Laie Koolauloa; 5 ap.; 1.66 Acs]