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Cl. 6209, Kamohai
Pupule, sworn, The lands of the claimant they are in "Makila," Lahaina, and consist of 2 moos of kalo in one piece, and one section of kalo land.
The claimant received them from Kauluna in the days of Hoapili an has held the since in part. ut Pi and Honu keep the kula from him. Pi and Honu are old residents on the land (It appeared after much evidence that the claim of Pi and Honu wer ....
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Pupule, sworn, knows the lot claimed by Kamohai it is situated and bounded as described by to a little while after the death of Kamehameha I about the year 1820 - he has lived on the place up to the present time.
Kaiuiopiopio sworn, witness confirms in full the testimony of the former witness.
[Award 6209; R.P. 1845; Makila Lahaina; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.; R.P. 2715; 1 ap.; 2 rods; See 6203, N.R. 555v6 for Native Register document]