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No. 3734, Ikeole, Punaluu, January 8,1 848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Ikeole, am the holder of land in the `ili of Pi, with three taro lo`i, one weed-grown lo`I and a kula /with/ wauke planted on it. The boundaries are: north, Hanaialae; east, Hanaialae; west, the muliwai; south, lele lands of Kanawai. At Kailiili is one kula. At Kanawai is a kukui grove, a hala grove, a firewood koa* / ....
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.... Kahao's land
Hauula side by a stream
Makai by Kaui's land
On Kaneohe side by the land of Mikikolo (Lahapa).
Keopohau, sworn, says he knows the land of Ikeole.There are two pieces as descibed by the last witness. He confirms Huni's testimony in full.
Kawana, the konohiki, had no objection to make to this claim.
[Award 3734; R.P. 1292; Punaluu Koolauloa; 1 ap.; 1.7 Acs]