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[No.] 238G, Helehua, Wailua, October 12, 1853
[Listed as 238U!]
Kealohanui, hoohikiia. Na`u no i kakau kona palapala kuleana i ka M.H.1847, a haawi ia C.B. Andrews nana i lawe i Oahu.
Hoonui, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona apana aina ma ka ili o "Kehuku 3", Honouliwai. 1 apana kalo & kula.
Mauka, aina poalima
Halawa, he auwai
Makai, aina o Kaolohe
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.... time of Kamehameha I, it was from his parents and he had quiet possession of this place until his death in 1849. It was bequeathed to Kaimihau, his grandson, who has had quiet and undisputed possession. 1 lo'i of the Govern-ment is in it. Paaluhi is his wife.
Naoo, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true; it is the same as my knowledge of it.
[Award 238G; R.P. 6116; Kahuku Honouliwai Kona; 1 ap.; 1.6 Acs]