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No. 4570, Ino
To the Land Commissioners: I, Ino, have a mo`o of taro, in Kaulu in the Ahupua`a of Wawaia, Island of Molokai. The total length is 41 fathoms and the width, total, is 22 fathoms. It is bounded mauka by an earth ridge, eastward by Kiekie's land, makai by a po`alima, and below* by Kaupu's land. Nakoi gave it to my wahine and she gave it to me, perhaps five years ago. The witness is Nakoi. I also have kula land. Do not cause me trouble.
Ino's land is in ili Kaulu, Wawaia, consists of kalo & kula.
Kula dodges hither & thither o ....
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Kalamaula, Nakoko & Konohiki.
Apana 3: Kula
Kalamaula, Peleleu & mine.
His parcels of land were from Naihe when Hoapili was alive, before 1839 and he has had quiet and peaceful possession.
Kiekie, sworn: Our knowledge of it is the same - no objections.
N.T. 134v6 [also page 55]
No. 4570, Ino
Nakoi, sworn, taro land in Kaulu ili land of Wawaia.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kaili
Manae by Pookea
Makai by konohiki
Malalo by Kokoaluaole
Ino also has pasture sections. He first lived there at the time of Kamehameha I, no one has objected.
[Award 4570; R.P. 6047; Wawaia Kona; 3 ap.; 1.81 Acs]