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No. 4018, Kimoteo Mose
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: We have a claim in this Ahlupua`a of Kaamola, island of Molokai. This ahupua`a lies from the south to the north. From the time Dimokeo /Timothy/ came, we have had a right in this ahupua`a on Molokai, and we have cultivated it for 11 years, without leaving it. The witness for this land from ancient times is Hanunu.
This land is 2605 fathoms on the east side, 2495 fathoms on the west side, and the width is 539 fathoms.
We request you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles, that if this claim is valid, it be perpetuated to us and our heirs.
WE (Kimokeao Mo ....
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He received it from Eia when Hoapili was alive, before 1839, and has had quiet and undisputed possession until now. At this time Mose is finding fault because of the 14 1o"i.
Kekoowai, sworn, Our knowledge is the same.
Ask Oramel Gulick about this.
N.T. 119v6 [also page 40]
No. 4018, Mose
Kekoowai, sworn, Mose"s land are patches in Kaamola 3 where he has lived a long time since the
time of Haalou, no objections.
Section 1 - Taro land
Mauka by road
Makai by Pond
[Award 4018; R.P. 6035; Kaamola Kona; 1 ap.; .23 Ac.]