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No. 5202, Kau
I, Kau, have a mo`o in the `ili of Kapaloa, in the Ahupua`a of Mapulehu by Island of Molokai. It is 105 fathoms long by 70 fathoms wide and there is also a kula.
The former konohikis of my land have been Heulu, Pinaia, Kanae, and at present, Kamai. Aloha to you all, the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands.
[No.] 5202, Ka`u
Witness[?] Kaiheanau knows this claim. It lies in Kapaloa, Mapulehu.
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.... br />Kaiheanau, sworn, Kau's interest is in Kapaloa ili in Mapulehu. Land from Kekoa, Kekoa's land for Heulu. Kanae is the new konohiki, no objections.
Mauka by Manoha
Pukoo by stream
Makai by Opunui
Kaluaaha by pali.
Waimea, sworn, certifies Kaiheanau's testimony.
No. 5202, Kau, 3 November 1853
Witnesses' testimony on page 7 of volume 6 of Foreign Testimony and it is correct from the konohiki of Mapulehu.
[Award 5202; no. R.P.; Ualapue Mapulehu Kona; 1 ap.; .21 Ac.]