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No. 4820, Kumulaua
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kumalaua, have a taro mo'o in the Ahupua'a of Kaamola, Island of Molokai.
The two lengths combined are 65 fathoms, and the two widths /combined/ are 17 fathoms. It is bounded mauka side by a road, to the eastward by the /fresh/ water of Waipahee, makai by some ponds, down wind by some lo'i po'alima.
I received it from Kawaiwaea, perhaps 7 years ago. The witness is Kekahuna. There are also some pauku of kula.
Popoki, konohiki of Kaamole, sworn, this claimant's land in ili Waipoki is 1 land kalo.
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.... iki's land
Makai, a pond.
He received this parcel of land from Kawawahea when Hoapili was alive, before 1839, and has had quiet and undisputed possession until now.
Kukahaoa, sworn, Our knowledge is the same no objections.
N.T. 132v6 [also page 53]
No. 4820, Kumalaua
Pupuka, sworn, Waipahu ili land of Kamola.
Mauka by road
Manae by Kalualani
Makai by Pond
Malalo by Lolo
Some patches in this claim are for the konohiki. Kumalana also has a lot in Ohia, it has been
enclosed. No one has objected to him.
[Award 4820; R.P. 5932; Waipahu & Ohia Kaamola Kona, 2 ap.; 1 Acre 162.1 Fathoms]