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No. 4158, Kaakao
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state to you, the commissioners to quiet land titles, that I have an 'ili in the ahupua'a of Molokai /sic/*. The name of the 'ili is Kamani. That is my claim for land. Aloha to you all.
*Ahupua'a of Kupeke
Pila, affirms this land to lie in ili Kamani, Kupeke & consists of 1 apana, kalo & kula.
This claim is like the above, received in 1832. Pahu confirms th ....
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.... br />Makai, road.
He received these from his makuas and has had quiet and undisputed possession.
Keliihoea, sworn, Our knowledge of this is the same.
N.T. 126v6 [also page 47]
Pila, sworn, it is taro land in Kamani ili of Kupeke.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Lili
Waialua by Nakumu
Makai by Kia
Pukoo by Lili, Konohiki
Kaakao's land from Peke at the time of Haalou, no one objected.
Kepio, sworn, He has known in the same way.
[Award 4158; R.P. 5937; Kupeke Kona; 1 ap.; 3 Acs]