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No. 4269, Kula
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim at Paakea, consisting of one mo'o, two taro lo'i /and?/ one /other? lo'i at Pakea. An 'ili Kalaiahui, is at Koloa. One steep sweet potato planting is at Koloa. Two sweet potato lo'i* are at Aakakii. Two k ....
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.... closed. Claimant held the land for 8 years. Kula died in 1848, leaving his land to his widow, Kaawa, who died in 1849, leaving the land to Kamanoho, her brother.
The Agent of the Konohiki had no other objection to this claim than to No. 3696, page 281.
[Award 4269; R.P.; 928; Laie Kooluloa; 2 ap.; .76 Ac.]