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No. 6507, Apaa, Lahaina, 26 Jan. 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land which was from Hoapili. I received this when Liholiho sailed for Oahu. On his death, I still had this land, and so also from Hoapili wahine, and when she was dying she told me to go to the Ali`i, and I went and spoke with him. The Ali`i told me to return to the land and live there and I did so. Afterwards, I was dispossessed from this claim which has been spoken of above, except for 8 lo`i and 1 dry pahu /no data/, 5 mo`o kula, 1 pauku of kula and 5 breadfruit trees.
A single lo`i is at Puehuehu, which I received from Paahao.
Cl. 6507, Apaa
Puali, sworn, I know ....
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Section 1 - 2 Moos.
Mauka by Manu
Olowalu by Mananu's Ehu land
Makai by Haole's (Female) land
Kaanapali by Keaka's land.
Section 2 - 4 Moos.
Mauka by Namauu's land
Olowalu by Hoonaulu's land
Makai and Kaanapali by Manu's land.
Section 3 - House lot and Moo.
Mauka by Highway
Olowalu by Polanui land
Makai and Kaanapali by Namauu's land.
Section 4 - Pasture.
Mauka by Kupahi's land
Olowalu by Polanlui land
Makai by Highway
Kaanapali by Waineenui
Section 5 - 16 pasture.
Mauka, Olowalu, Makai by Puali's land
Kaanapali by Kaia.
[Award 6507; R.P. 3457; Kooka Lahaina; 3 ap.; 5.25 Acs 6 rods]