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No. 5133, Kaoili, Waialua by Molokai
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for my land claim, Pilipili II. It is in the Ahupua`a of Waialua by Island of Molokai.
It is 9 chains 1 fathom on the east side, on the west side, 3 chains 4 fathoms, again, on the west, 2 chains, on the south side 5 chains 7 fathoms, again on the own south side of this land, 7 fathoms. However, there remains a portion of this land on the north, south and west which I have not measured; however, I will report it to you, the Land Commissioners.
Kaoili's claim is for Pilipili 2, consisting of kalo & pali land.
This land was received A.D. 1831, 2 apanas kula are hakuone, remainder of claim admitted.
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.... land from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I and has had quiet possession until this time, without dispute. The Konohiki has 1 sweet potato ko'ele in Apana 1.
Kauaua, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true; it is the same as my knowledge of it.
Decision; Apana 1 will be resurveyed on the line of large rocks on the pali -- that is the boundary above, descending and adjoining with Ikeole. The remainder above will be for the Konohiki; Kaoili agrees. The ko'ele of the Konohiki will be removed, also.
N.T. 151v6 [also page 72]
No. 5133, Kaoili
Kanana, sworn, taro pasture in Pilipili 2 ili in Waialua.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Palemo
Manae by Maheula
Makai by Kaili
Malalo by pali.
Kauili lived there in 1832, no one objected.
[Award 5133; R.P. 6311; Pilipili Waialua; 2 ap.; 5.67 Acs]