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Claim Number: 05329
Claimant: Pahu
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Maui
District: Honuaula
Ahupuaa: Paeahu
Ili: Punakea
Statistics: 2456 characters 403 words
No. 5329, Pahu, Honuaula, 18 January 1848
N.R. 270v6

Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Pahu, hereby state my claim to you. There are two `Ili in Paeahu. On their north are Kapunakea and Paukuahewa of Kualapa, on the east is the mountain, on the south is the `Ili of Haleolono, one the west is the `Ili of Kumukahi.
Furthermore, there are 2 moku mau`u* at Kaulapa, and 1 moku mau`u is at Makahiku.

Furthermore, there are 3 mala of Irish potatoes at Paeahu. The witnesses are Kanakaole, Ainua, and Kaneioholani. I believe I have a claim to these things.

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.... ahu had not been planted for several years.

N.T. 141v7
No. 5329, Pahu, August 9, 1849

Kaneihalani, sworn, he has seen Pahu's land - two sections.

Section 1 - Pasture ili of Kapunakea and Paukuahewa, Paeahu ahupuaa.
Section 2 - Pasture ili of Haleolono of Paeahu ahupuaa.

Land bequested from parents at the time of Kamehameha I. No one objected.

Section 1:
Mauka by Naale
Kula by Kaehulawaia
Makai by Koukaina
Kahikinui by Naale.

[Award 5329; R.P. 6398; Punakea Paeahu Honuaula; 2 ap.; 7.9 Acs]