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No. 4755, Naai, Waialua, Molokai, January 17, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my claim for land. Ilahoele 3, which lies in the Ahupua`a of Waialua, Molokai. Its dimension, from the lo`is to the kula are: the 12 lo`i are 3 chains on the south side, 4 chains 5 fathoms 1 yard on the north side, on the west side 3 chains 7 fathoms, 2 feet. Those are my own lo`i, there is 1 lo`i po`alima. 1 lo`i pue*, and two shared lo`i.
A portion of this land `jumps' on the south side - it is 2 chains, 6 fathoms by 0 chains 8 fathoms; however the place is not finished. On the east side is `jump' 2, however, I have not measured it. I hereby state to you, the Commissioners, that my occupancy upon the land of Ilahoele was received from Keaumalahia. On her dea ....
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.... of Kahukahukai
Halawa, a pali;
Makai, land of Paumano
Kaluaaha, a stream.
Apana 2: Taro and kula land.
Mauka, land of Nahuina
Halawa, a pali
Makai, land of Kanakaole
Kaluaaha, the stream.
He has had quiet and undisputed possession of these apanas from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha 1. The Konohiki has 3 lo'i in Apana 2.
Kauaua, sworn, I am the Konohiki, and the foregoing testimony is- correct; it is the same as my knowledge of it.
No. 4755, Naai
Kanana, sworn, taro pasture in ili land of Ilahoele in Waialua.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Nahuina
Manae by pali
Makai by pond
Malalo by stream.
No one has objected.
[Award 4755; R.P. 3165; Kahaele Waialua Kona; 2 ap.; 1.56 Acs]