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[No. 235O], Kaakau
[Listed as No. 4496]
Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners: Here is my claim: at Kuliouou, one mo'o and a kula, and a kula in the upland, making two. I have one lo'i in the land of Ihu, one kula in the land of Kehau, one weed-grown lo'i in the land of Kamahoilo, and a hala grove there and a house in the kula of Pahiole which is in Waimanal ....
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.... s bounded:
Mauka, waste land
Kaneohe, by the land of Kukiialu
Kona [Makapuu], the land of Kaioweluwelu.
Claimant's land was from Iao in the time of Kinau & has had it in peace to this time.
Kauihonui, swears to the truth of the above testimony.
[Award 235O; R.P. 553; Kumuhau Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 2.1 Acs; No. 4496 not awarded]