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No. 4435, Keopohaku, Punaluu, Oahu, January 8, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Keopohaku, hold land which is cultivated under Kaahui. There are six lo'i, one watercourse, and also a kula. The boundaries are: on the north, Puupaakiki, on the east, a pali, on the west, Kalou, on the south, Lamaloa. Some "Jump" lands are at Wailapa, with three kula pla ....
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.... >Claimant and his ancestors have occupied this place from the time of Kamehameha I.
Muu, sworn, says he knows the land of Keopohaku; there are 17 kalo patches; knows the house lot of claimant and confirms the testimony of the previous witness in full.
Kawana, the konohiki, had no objection to make to this claim.
[Award 4435; R.P. 1287; Punaluu Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 4.07 Acs]