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No. 4507, Hewahewa
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state to you my claim for land at Koonaulu, an `Ili in Kula on the Island of Maui. It is a place for planting potatoes, bounded as follows: Kuihelani's land is on the south, Pupuka's is on the north, Kauwa's is on the east, Hiona's is on the west. Puuokuihewa Kaaikao, the Chinese Aialalawa po`alima seven, taro, moe kolohe /adultery/ kula at Kaheo at Waiohinu po`alima mala of taro*
/Translator's note: I am unable to make sense of these words/
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.... Creek of Kamakailio
Makai by Kaaukoe's land
Honuaula by the Konohiki's land.
No. 4507, H.P. Hewahewa, August 2, 1849
Kahulakamuole, sworn, he has seen this land of two Sections.
Section 1 - Small potato in Laie ili, Waiohuli ahupuaa.
Section 2 - Small potato in Kamakailio ili, Koheo ahupuaa.
First section from Kapuau in 1845. Section 2 from Nahinu in 1845. No objections to Kahulakalmuole.
Mauka by Konohiki
Makawao by Kekeleiaiku
Makai by Uli
Honuaula by Konohiki.
[No. 4507 not awarded; See 3237]