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[No. 4703C], Hoka, Thursday, November 23, 1848 [No. 2 of 9 under No. 4703]
Meheula, sworn deposed, he knows the claim of Hoka to be situated on the Ahupuaa Puumoi on the Ili Kukuianiani and bounded:
On the west by Meheula's land
On the north by Hue's land
On the east by the konohiki and
On the south by mountain stream.
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Mauka by Meheula's land
Hamakua by Hue's land
Makai by konohiki
Puna by stream.
1 partially cultivated kihapai, 1 house for Hoka, very old land from wife's grandparents.
Kalua, sworn, He has seen this land just as Peleula has seen it.
[Award 4703C; R.P. 7822; Puumoi Hilo; 1 ap.; 1.44 Acs; See 4703D for Native Register document]