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No. 5047B, Akii
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I have a claim in an `ili named Kaili, it is a mo`o. I have occupied and cultivated that mo`o for a long time.
It is 160 fathoms long by 7 fathoms wide. I request that, if this claim is found valid, it be awarded to me.
Akii claims a moo in Keauhou.
This claim began in Kamehameha 1st time & konohiki confirms it. 1 hakuone.
No. 5047B, Aki, Halawa, Oct. 10, 1853
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.... apana of land from his father, Kuapuu, before 1839, and has had quiet and undisputed possession until this time. The claims of the Konohiki are separate, outside.
Kekahuna, sworn, The foregoing testimony is true, the same as my knowledge of it.
N.T. 181v6 [also page 102]
[Listed as 101T]
Moo in the ili of Keauhou in Halawa, taro.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kalamoahea
Makai by Kewalo.
Aki lived there at the time of Kamehameha I, 1 poalima is there.
[Award 5047B; no R.P.; Halawa; 1 ap.; .766 Ac.; 101F not awarded]