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No. 238H, Makaole, [May 21st 1849]
Witness testified to claimant's land ili Apopo, kalo & kula lands.
Claimant has also a 2nd ili Kapae, one part.
Had possession 1st ili from days of old & the 2nd since 1846 from hakuaina. 4 hakuones including both ilis. Witness confirms the above.
F.T. 163v6 [also page 84]
No. , Makaole
Kaia hoohikiia. Ma ka ili o Apopo ma Honouliwai
Apana 1. kalo kula
Apana 2. kula
Apana 3. ma ka ili o Kapae, kalo kula
Makai, Kalaua ....
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.... uiet and undisputed possession until this time. Apana 1 has 2 Government lo'i. Apana 3 has 1 Government lo'i.
Hoonuu, sworn, All the foregoing testimony is true; it is the same as my knowledge of it.
N.T. 163v6 [also page 84]
[No. 238H], Makaole
[Listed as 5025B, not awarded]
Kaia, sworn, Apopo ili in Honouliwai.
Section 1 - Taro pasture.
Mauka by Kamainalulu
Manae by pali
Makai, Malalo by stream, Kaneeleele.
Section 2 - Pasture.
Mauka by Naao
Manae by Honoulimaloo
Makai by road
Malalo by (Kahawaimaloo - name ?? or is it - ) dry stream.
Section 3 - Kapae ili, taro pasture.
Mauka by Kanakanui
Manae by pali
Makai by Kalauao
Malalo by stream.
Apopo is inherited land from Makaole's parents. Kapae is new, it was received in 1846. 4 poalimas are there, no one has objected.
Kanekuapuu, sworn, Both have known alike.
[Award 238H; R.P. 6936; Honouliwai Kona; 2 ap.; 901 fathoms; N.T. document comes from 5025B not awarded]