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No. 5391, Hilo, Anahola, Kauai, January 19, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claims for taro land at Anahola on Kauai. The name of the taro land is Papakolea, and there is also a house lot at Anahola. The houses and all the improvements.
No. 5391, Hilo, Claimant
No. 5143, Kaahiki
Walonaeku, sworn, says I know Hilo's lands in Anahola.
No. 1 is house lot & kula in "Kaakaulua."
No. 2 is 13 lois & kula adj in "Papakolea."
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Konohiki kula
Moloaa by Konohiki's kula
Makai by Konohiki's kula
Kealia by K ....
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.... so the house lot.
Section 1 - House lot and an adjoining pasture.
Section 2 - Thirteen (13) lois and a kula in Apakolea.
Section 1: Mauka and all around by Konohiki pasture.
Mauka by river
Moloaa by Konohiki pasture
Makai by Walanaiku pasture
Kealia by river.
Kaahiki, the parent of Hilo died in 1849, the land was bequested to his [her] son Hilo, They had had it a long time ago, title good to the present time.
Kekuaiki, sworn, he has seen Hilo's land claim, the house lot and the pasture in Anahola and verifies Kalanaiku's statements as true and accurate.
[Award 5391; R.P. 8086; Kaakaulua Anahola Koolau; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 4 rods; 5143 not awarded]