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No. 5632, Keikihookama, Kahaluu, January 26, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell of my house lot and my land: My lot is, combining the two long sides, 402 feet, and combining the two wide sides, 276 feet. The circumference is 678 feet. My land has 20 kihapai in it, however it is not a very large ili. The name is Makolea.
No. 5632, Keikihookama, February 13, 1849
Kamani, sworn, He has seen in Makolea ili of Kahaluu ahupuaa, 11 sections.
Ka"u, Ulumoe land
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.... br>Mauka by Paakai's land
Ka`u by Pakii land
Makai by Paakai's land
Kohala by Makolea land.
1 cultivated kihapai.
Mauka by Government road
Ka`u, Makai, and Kohala by konohiki.
No fence, 1 house for Keikihookama.
This is a bequest land from Keikihookama's father at the time of Kamehameha I, to the present, no one has objected to him.
Malaihi, sworn, Both he and Kamani have known in the same way.
[Award 5632; R.P. 4439; Kahaluu N. Kona; 2 ap.; 3.86 Acs; microfiche copy at archives also missing Section 1 of N.T. for this claim]