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No. 6082, Hipuu, Island of Hawaii, District 4, Kona
Hear ye, all ye Land Commissioners: I, Hipuu, have a land claim in the ili of Ililoa 2 at Kapalaalaea in Kona, Hawaii. Further, my wahine, Keaka, has a kihapai at Laaloa, outside of the cattle fence, that is her land claim. There is a mala of sweet potatoes, gourd and corn. However, my kihapai was received from Kailaa. That is the request to the Commissioners to quiet land titles.
N.T. 618-619v4 ....
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.... ion 6:
Mauka by Kanewai's land
Ka`u by Kumauna's land
Makai by Makaena's land
Kohala by Keolihina's land.
3 cultivated kihapais.
Hipuu's parents had received this land at the time of Kamehameha I, Hipuu acquired it upon their death and Hipuu has had it to this time, no one has objected.
Puhi, sworn, Both he and Kahiamoe have known the same way.
[Award 6082; R.P. 3815; Kapalaalaea Kona; 1 ap.; 1.6 Acs; R.P. is awarded to Kipuu]