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No. 4878D, Hone
No. 4878, Upai ma, Lahaina, Jan. 19, 1848
Greetings to you, Z. Kaauwai, the Honorable one chosen as commissioner for land, lo`i, and so forth: We petition you for our enclosed land, lo`i, kula and so forth. Below are the names and the lands of the people:
No. 4878, 1. Upai
No. 4878B, 2. Kapua
No. 4878C, 3. Muaa, They are at Pahoa
No. 4878D, 4. Hone, They are at Pahoa
No. 4878E, 5. Holi, They are at Pahoa
No. 4878F, 6. Pi, They are at Makila
No. 4878G, 7. Malaekahana, He is at Polani
No. 4878H, 8. Waihoioahu
No. 4878I, 9. Kupalii, They are at Puunaunui
No. 4878K, 10. Piapia, They are at ....
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.... onsist of 13 lois and a piece of kula land. Hone received these lands from Namauu, deceased. He received them in 1844 and held them up to his death in November 1848. His widow has held them to Namauu as konohiki under Kekuanaoa.
The kula is bounded on the
Mauka by kula of Pahoa
Olewalu by Polanui
Makai by my land
Kaanapali by yard of Kaleleiki.
The 15 lois are in one piece which are bounded:
Mauka by my lois
Olewalu by a pali
makai by the lois of "Puikani"
Kaanapali by the creek of Pahoa.
[Award 4787D; R.P. 5692; Pahoa Lahaina; 1.25 Acs 19 rods; See 4878 for Native Register document; See also 6913 Mahiai F.T. 50v15]