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No. 5123, Kanehealani, 18 January 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claims for land in the Ahupua`a of Kaupakulua. My claim is for Maumau. From the time of Kamehameha I until Kamehameha III, this land was occupied by my kupunas, my makuas, and then by myself.
Here is another claim, for Ulukaa and Pohakii, there are the uncultivated areas of Kapauku, Kauoha and Poaiwi, those are my own claims.
Here are some claims which I cultivate under someone. From Makale there is one lo`i, at Kuiaha are also ten taro lo`i.
At Kaupakulua One, I have claims in Pohoiki. There is a kula planted in potatoes, a steep place planted in wauke, a planti ....
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.... ey had it in the days of Kamehameha I. His title has never been disputed.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Kapeli and Kalieleo's[?] land
Koolau by Pali of Kaupakalua
Makai by Konohia's land
Wailuku by Konohia and Kalawaia's land.
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Kiilumanu's[?] land
Koolau by Pali of Kaupakuloa
Makai by Kaa's land
Wailuku by Pika's land.
No. 3 is bounded:
Mauka by Kailimanu's land
Koolau by Pali of Kaupakulua
Makai by sea shore
Wailuku by Kahuku Nanukuwaiki.[?]
[Award 5123; R.P. 2188; Maumau Kaupakalua Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; 2.57 Acs; Ulukaa Kaupakalua Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; 1 Ac.]