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No. 5329, Pahu, Honuaula, 18 January 1848
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.
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.
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]