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No. 5267, Kauhiahiwa, Kalepolepo, 18 January 1848
Hear ye, ye land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for some malas of Irish potatoes: 1 at Kamaole, 1 at Keokea, there also are a moku mau`u* and 1 mala of taro. The witnesses are Apiki and Kawai.
At Waiohuli are 2 mala of Irish potatoes; the witness is Kekua. Also there is 1 moku mau`u; At Kanonoulu is 1 mala of Irish potatoes. 1 moku mau`u; the witness is Kauaua.
There is a small house lot, bounded on the north by the lot of Kaeiopio. On the east by a kula, on the south by the lot of Liaikai, on the west by the lot of Lono. A small house site is above Kuapa of Kalepolepo. The witnesses are Lono and Kapelekai. I believe I have a claim to these things.
/*No data, but believed to be arable pockets of soil in rocky terrain/
Cl. 5267, Kauhiahiwa
Kapohaku, sworn, The claimant's land consists of three pieces.
No. 1 - kalo land in the ili of Alanoho, Keokea.
No. 2 - kula land in the ili of Alanoho, Keokea.
No. 3 - is a House lot in the ili of Kalepolepo, ....
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Keliiaukai, sworn, he has seen Kauhiahiwa's land of 3 sections.
No. 4 - Ili pasture Ohia of Waiohuli ahupuaa.
No. 5 - Ili pasture Waieli of Waiohuli ahupuaa.
No. 6 - Ili pasture Punokaohulu of Koonaulu ahupuaa.
Two sections in Waiohuli were from Pupuhi in 1840, Hewahewa gave the sections in Koonaulu in 1844. No one objected to Kanhiahiwa.
Mauka by Kaikaina
Makawao by Kahulukaai
Makai by Kekua
Honuaula by Keliiaukai.
Mauka by Eika
Makawao by Konohiki
Makai by Puaa
Honuaula by Milia.
Mauka by Kanana
Makawao by Konohiki
Makai by Hiona
Honuaula by Makahiko.
No. 5267, Kaukiahiwa
[portion of letter to G.M. Roberson from E. Bailey]
No. 5267 Kahiahiwa - Keokea - This was a lot taken by claimant in lieu of the other lots in his claim by consent of konohiki's agent Pahaku. [Portion of letter to G. M. Robertson from E. Bailey]
[Award 5267; R.P. 2793; Kamakoa Keokea 1 ap. 3 1/8 Acs; See Bailey letter "Mauinotes" for entire letter]