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No. 5262, Kekualike, Honuaula, 17 January 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kekualike, hereby state my claim to you. In Waipao are three moku mau`u* which have been completely lost to the foreigner. Those are the best places for cultivation in our land, therefore I state to you that I have a right to it. The witnesses are Kaumana and Kala.
Furthermore, there is a moku mau`u at Palauea One; Kaumana is the witness.
At Keauhou is one moku mau`u; Paaluhi is the witness. Also three mala of Irish potatoes; Kaumana and Kala are the witnesses.
Furthermore, there is a ....
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.... r />Mauka by Kekuauli
Kula by Kiniakua
Makai by Nahoolea
mauka by Puhau
Kula by Keauhou stream
Makai, Kahikinui by Makaoi.
Mauka by Kaumana
Kula by Keauhou pali
Makai by Makaialiilani
Kahikinui by Kaumana.
Mauka by Government trail
Kula by Kahawaii
Makai by Kekuauli
Kahikinui by Paaluhi.
Section 1 was used for farming gratis in 1844. Land from Puhau in 1836. No objections to Kuelike.
[Award 5262; Keauhou Honuaula; 1 ap.; 6.64 Acs; Waipao Honuaula; 1 ap.; .091 Ac.]