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[No. 164B], Kaia
F.T. 164v6 [also page 85]
No. [left blank], Kaia
Kanekahipuu, hoohikiia. Ma ka ili aina o Naolopana ma Honouliwai.
Apana 1. kalo kula.
Ua loaa ia ia A.D.1846, aole mea keakea. 1 poalima.
No. 164B, Kaia, Wailua, October 13, 1853
Ilae, hoohikiia, Na`u no i kakau kona palapala kuleana i ka M.H.1847, a na`u no i haawi ia C.B.Andrews a nana i lawe i Oahu.
Hoonui, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona mau apana aina ma Honouliwai ma ka ili o Naolopana. 2 apana.
Apana 1. aina kalo
Mauka, he kula
Halawa, he pali
Makai, he pali
Kaluaaha, he kahawai.
Apana 2. pahale
Mauka, he kai
Halawa, aina o Poohina
Makai, ko Kaakau
Kaluaaha, he kai.
No Mainalulu mai kona m ....
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Kanekahipuu, sworn, Naolopana ili in Honouliwai, taro pasture.
Mauka by Kuli
Manae by Pali
Makai by Kanakanui
Malalo by Stream
Kaia received this land in 1846, no objections and 1 poalima is there.
No. 164B, Kaia, 2 November 1853
Ilae, sworn, I wrote claimant's claim in 1847.
Lawelawe, sworn, he has seen claimant's land in Hanaolopana of Honouliwai - 2 pieces.
Section 1 - Taro.
Mauka by Kuli's land
Halawa by a pali
Makai by Kanakanui's land
Kaluaaha by stream.
Section 2 - Kula, 2 acres.
Bounded by konohiki's land.
Land received from Kaia's parents at the time of Kamehameha I, no one has objected.
Poohina, sworn, both have known in the same way.
[Award 164B; R.P. 4298; Hanaolopana Honouliwai; 3 ap.; 1.23 Acs]]