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No. 3824, Pahupu, Keawanui, Molokai
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles /that I have/ an `ili, Paalala, in the Ahupua`a of Keawanui, Island of Molokai, Hawaiian Islands.
The length is 22 fathoms, the width is 30½ fathoms. I also have some lo`is and a house lot which I have had from ancient times until the present. The adjoining land is Ohia, and the sea of Ohia also. This was received from Puakalialia, the konohiki of Keawanui.
I am, respectfully,
Kahoai, sworn, testifies claimant's land is in ili Paalala, Keawanui.
Kamola [Kalamaula], Kekoai.
Claimant has had long possession of his pahal ....
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.... u a keia wa, aole mea keakea.
No. 3824, Pahupu, From Page 266, Kaluaaha, October 25, 1853
Kinau appeared and stated, "That claim of his at "Paalaala" in Keawanui is for the Konohiki, it is a pa'ahao, but, for the house lot, I consent to his place."
Decision: To return 1 acre to the konohiki.
N.T. 116v6 [also page 37]
No. 3824, Pahupu
Koowawi, sworn, the land is in Paalaala ili of Keawanui.
Section 1 - Pasture land
Mauka and Ohia, Keili
Makai by Pond
Section 2 - House lot
Mauka by Kikoikoi
Makai by Kikoikoi
Land from Kinau, house lot is old from the time of Kamehameha I, no one has objected to Pahupu.
Nawahie, sworn, Both have known alike.
[Award 3824; R.P. 5410; Keawanui Kona; 1 ap.; 2.47 Acs]