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No. 4599, Hema, Kaupakuaea, Hilo, January 14, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Adamu Hema, of Kaupakuea, Hilo, have some claims for land in Kaupakuea. The length of my land is 220 fathoms and the width is 88 fathoms. Another land I have is a place with pahoehoe lava, 20 fathoms in circumference. The land is good if it is properly tended.
No. 4599, Hema, Tuesday November 28, 1848, See page 78
Pauaie, sworn deposed, he knows the claim of Hema to be situated on the Ahupuaa Kaupakuea and to consist of two lots.
Lot 1 is situated on the ili Kalihi and is an house lot bounded:
On the west by the konohiki
On the north by a ravine
On the ....
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.... . 4599, Hema
Papa, sworn, He has seen in the ili of Kalihi of Kapakuea ahupuaa in Hilo 2 land sections, one section is the ili at Waipilo, 1 the section in Kalihi.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by konohiki
Hamakua by valley
Puna by valley
Makai by konohiki.
No fence, 1 cultivated kihapai, 3 houses for Hema.
Section 2 - Ili land at Waipilo.
Mauka by Kanekoa's land
Hamakua by Keo's land
Makai by Kapapa's land
Puna by Wahine's land.
1 cultivated kihapai, no house.
Land from Kapapa in 1828, no one has objected to Hema at present.
Kaina, sworn, He has seen this land just as Papa had related here.
[Award 4599; Kaupakuea Hilo; 2 ap.; 14.16 Acs]