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No. 5013, S. Kukeokeo
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim in the Ahupua`a of Kawaikapu on the Island of Molokai.
I hereby state that I received this claim in 1844 and have occupied it for four years, under the konohiki Keapuhiwa.
The name of my mo`o is Mookahi. A mountain is on the north side, Kepoo is on the east, a mo`o and a sea fishery are on the south, and Haleoo is on the west, a mo`o. My mo`o has no lo'is, it is only kula.
Simona, testifies claiman ....
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Kaluaaha, the same.
Apana 2: Kula land.
Makai, the same
His parcels of land were received from me in 1845 and have been occupied in quiet and without dispute until this time. I am the Deputy Konohiki of this land.
No. 5013, Kukeokeo
Simona, sworn, two separated lele sections are in Papalea in Kawaikapu, these from Keopuhi in 1842, no objections.
[Award 5013; no R.P.; Popoloa Kawaikapu; 2 ap.; .96 Ac.]