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No. 4571, Ikeole, Waialua, Molokai, Jan. 12, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my land claim, /named/ Kuo which lies in the Ahupua`a of Waialua, Molokai. Its length is 3 chains, 5 fathoms, the south is 3 chains, 3 fathoms, the north /side/ is 2 chains. Also, this land has a lele /jump/ in the south, which is 2 chains 7 fathoms long and 7 fathoms wide, no iwilei /yards/. Another lele is in another place on the north side, and is 5 chains, 0 fathoms long, and 3 chains, 0 fathoms wide. A third lele is a kula, however, it has not been measured, it is on the northwest. Those are the measurements of my lands, by chains and fathoms.
It is finished.
Ikeole claims ili Kua [Kuo], kalo & kula.
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.... of Pule
Halawa, a stream
Makai, land of Lima
Kaluaaha, land of "Pilipili".
Apana 3: Taro land and kula.
Mauka, and all around, for the Konohiki.
He received these apanas from Kanepueo, in the time of Kamehameha I and has had quiet and undisputed possession until this time. 1 lo'i of the Konohiki is in this apana.
Kauaua, sworn, His claim is true - the testimony above is right. I am the deputy Konohiki.
No. 4571, Ikeole
Kanana, sworn, Kuo ili land in Waialua.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Pule
Manae by stream
Makai by Luina
Malalo by Kaoili.
There are three lele sections, Ikeole lived there in 1832, no objections.
[Award 4571; R.P. 2996; Waialua Kona; 3 ap.; 1.58 Acs]