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No. [156B], Kapalena
F.T. 145v6also page 66
Liipali, hoohikiia, Ma ka ili aina o Kawaipapa ma Kapualei a me ka iliaina o Haleopua, malaila ka apana alua.
Apana 2. kalo
He mau apana kula kekahi. He aina hooili mai na kupuna mai i ka wa o Pali, aole mea keakea.
No. 156B, Kapalena
Kapalena's claim is for ili Kawaipapa, Kapolei, consisting of kalo & kula lands.
These [or claimant's] lands like the previous ones are from Kahipalioe, A.D. 1836.
Claimant has also another ili, Haleopua, consisting of kalo & kula.
Mauka, [illegible Wa?]
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.... />Kaluaaha, Awili
Apana 3: Kula land
He received these from Kahipalioi when Hoapili was alive and has had quiet and undisputed possession.
Puahiohio, sworn: It is true; my knowledge of it is the same.
[No number listed]
Lupali, sworn, in the ili land of Kawaipapa in Kapualei. The second section is in the ili land of Haleopua.
Section 1 - Taro
Mauka by Konohiki
Manae by Auili
Makai by Konohiki
Malalo by Kaaikaula
Section 2 - Taro
Mauka by Hog sty
Manae by Painoa
Makai by Sea
Malalo by Konohiki
There are pasture sections also. This was inherited land from the grandparents at the time of Pali, no one had objected.
[Award 156B; R.P. 6286; Kawaipapa Kapualei Kona; 3 ap.; 3.75 Acs]