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No. 5269, Kaai, Kalepolepo, 18 January 1848
I, Kaai, hereby state my claims to you. I have 1 moku mau`u at Keokea, and two mala of Irish potatoes there. The witness of these things is Kapohaku. This is my little claim which I believe is mine.
/No data, but believed by the Translator to be arable pockets of soil in rocky terrain/
Cl. 5269, Kaai, August 2nd 1849
Pelekai, sworn, The claimant's land are of four pieces in the Ahupuaa of Keokea.
No. 1 is a kalo land in the ili of Puuokeokea.
No. 2 is kalo land in the ili ....
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.... o. 3 - Small potato, Koapupau of Keokea ahupuaa.
No. 4 - Small potato, Paliku of Keokea ahupuaa.
Nos 1, 3, 4 from Kapohaku in 1839. No. 2 from Apiki in 1847. No one has objected.
Mauka by konohiki
Makawao by Maiola
Makai, Honuaula by Kalama.
Mauka by Kapelekai
Makawao by Kaluli
Honuaula by konohiki
Mauka by Keoni Pukiki
Makawao by Makahakulani
Makai by konohiki
Honuaula by Paakai.
Mauka, Makawao by Makahakulani
Makai by Kamai
Honuaula by konohiki.
[No. 5269 not awarded]