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No. 4208, Naehuelua
I have a mo'o at Kumueli, Molokai, named Waipukua. It is 161 long by 8 wide. It is bounded by mauka by a po'alima, to the eastward by Kahawae's land, makai by a po'alima, downwind, by Pukila's and Kawailoa's lands.
The ones from whom I received it were: from Palolulu to Nuipoohiwi, from Nuipoohiwi to Panuhunhunu and from Panuhunuhunu to me. I received it before the time of the Fort. The witness is Nuipoohiwi. There is also a kula land which I have which is 156 long by 28 wide. There is also a kula which is planted in wauke.
Nahuelua's claim in ili Waipukua, consists of kalo & kula leles.
This one of the old residents from time of Kamehameha I & konohiki confirms this claim.
F.T. 138v6 also page 59
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.... e 'Ili of "Wai-puku," Kumueli.
Apana 1: Taro
Mauka and Makai, land of Konohiki
Kaluaaha, Kahawae's land
Kalamaula, land of Pukila.
Apana 2: Taro land
Apana 3: kula
Mauka, Konohiki, also Kaluaaha and Makai
Kalamaula, Kahema's land.
These were from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I and they have been held in quiet and undisputed possession.
Kahuaia, sworn, Our knowledge of this is the same.
N.T. 138v6 [also page 59]
No. 4208, Kanakalawaia and Maehuelua [Naehuelua]
Mahoe, sworn, taro land in Waipuka ili in Kumueli.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by konohiki
Manae by stream
Makai by konohiki
Malalo by Pukila.
There are pasture sections also, they had lived there peacefully at the time of Kamehameha I.
[Award 4208; R.P. 2982; Kumueli Kona; 4 ap.; 2.69 Acs]