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No. 4811, Kaonohiula, wahine
[no documents given for Kaonohiula, but she is awarded R.P. 2977, and it is probable that Kahahaka is her husband]
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kahahaka, whose name is below, hereby petition you for my land in the Ahupua'a of Mapulehu by Island of Molokai.
Keauhou is the name of this 'ili, and it is bounded on the mauka side by an 'ili named Kuikuikahi, on the makai side by the 'ili named Aiopae, to the eastward by Ainaiki, and down wind by Kahoomoho.
Of these diagrams, the first /land shown/ was from my wahine; the lands shown in these two diagrams are mine -- the husband and lord. Here is another ahupua'a; however, ....
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.... Halawa by konohiki's land
Makai by Kaluna's land
Kaluaaha by pali.
Section 3 - Pasture.
Mauka by road
Halawa by Manoha and pond
Makai by ditch
Kaluaaha by Niaupala, a pond.
Sesction 4 - House lot at Hakawai.
Mauka by konohiki's land.
Halawa by Manoha
Makai by road
Kaluaaha by Haiku.
Land from his parents at the time of Kamehameha I. No objections to the present. The konohiki is rejecting section 1.
Manoha, sworn, both have known in the same way.
Sections 3, 2 and 1 have been destroyed by fire.
[Award 4811; R.P. 2977; Mapulehu Kona; 3 ap. 1.06 Acres; R.P. 2987; 2 apana, .09 Acre; same as 237Y; See aslo Award 4811B to husband, Kahaka; ]