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No. 4878P, Koaeae, Part 13, June 1, 1849
Kawahilanui, sworn, I know the lands of claimant. They are in Puehuehu iki, Lahaina and consist of one piece containing a house lot, and lois, and kula.
He received these land from Puipui, the head man of this land under the King in 1845, and he has held them without dispute ever since.
It is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Olala
Olowalu by the creek
Makai by the poalima of Laahili
On the other side by the pali and Kuia.
The konohiki has 3 lois in the middle of this. His name is Laahili.
See page 64 v.15
No. 4878P, Kaaeai, from. p. 34v7, Disputed by Laahili
Kawahineai, sworn, Knows the piece of land in dispute. Claimant has two kalo patches and a piece of Kula land. He has cultivated the land he has planted potatoes on it. It was given to him by Puepue. Claimant has always received the produce of the land. The Konohiki has four patches on the land, also a ....
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.... hili's agent.
(Cont. at page 69)
No. 4878P, Kaaeai, (from p. 64), Disputed by Laahili
Namaka, sworn, says he knows the land claimed by Kaaeai. A portion of the land included in the survey now shown was formerly cultivated by the poalima labor of the Konohiki. Kaaeai has not cultivated this part, but he has cultivated the kalo patches and a portion of the Kula, and has a house standing on the land.
Hone, sworn, says he knows the land in dispute. Kapuipui gave Kaaeai the land he has planted. The land Makai of the Claimant's house is a poalima. The land has not been cultivated by the poalima labor since it was given to Kaaeai. he has planted the Kalo patches but not the kula which he claims. "I do not know how many Lois he has - he has a house there (Claimant states that he does not cultivate the Kula, but feeds his horses &c on it.)
[Award 4878P; R.P. 2745; Puehuehuiki Lahaina; 1 ap.; 2 roods 14 rods; See 4878 for Native Register document]