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No. 3840, Paaluhi, Ualapue by Molokai
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles. I have an `ili named Puuhanau, in the Ahupua`a of Ualapue, Island of Molokai. There are some taro lo`i and the kula. The length is 56 fathoms, the width is 10 fathoms.
It is bounded by Ululani, the `ili on the east for Kuahuahu, and on the west by Haele for Paele. This `ili has been occupied for 30 years or more. Kaakau was the former konohiki, and he as dispossessed, then Kalahohina, who was dispossessed, and at present it is Kamakini. Those are the konohikis from the first time sustenance began ....
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No. 3840, Paaluhi
Kaale, sworn, He has seen (land) in Puuhanau ili in Ualapue. It was at the time of Kaakau to the present new konohiki's, no one has objected.
Section 1 - Taro patch
Mauka by road
Makai by Pond
Section 2 - Pasture land
Mauka by Kawelo
Makai by Pa
Section 3 - Pasture land
Mauka by Paele
Makai by Kalua
Kawelo, sworn, certifies Kaale's statements.
[Award 3840; R.P. 3874; Ualapue Kona; 1 ap.; 632.5 Fathoms (.52 Ac.]