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No. 4969, Kalama
Greetings to the Land Commissioners at Honolulu, Island of Oahu: I hereby state my claim for land received from the konohikis. It is in an ili in Paukaa ahupua'a, named Kapoho. I measured my own place and it is 160 fathoms by 160 fathoms. My kihapai which I cultivate is there and my house is at the stream on land which is 20 fathoms by 10 fathoms. That is my statement to you.
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.... It is bounded]:
Mauka and Hamakua by idle land
Makai by Maa and Nahakuelua's land
Puna by stream.
Land has no fence, no house, it has 2 cultivated kihapais. These old residents since their parents during the time of Kamehameha I. No one has objected.
Paulo, sworn, He has known this land exactly in the same way Papalapala had stated here.
[Award 4969; R.P. 4689; Paukaa Hilo; 1 ap.; 1.88 acs]