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No. 6523, Haole
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim in an `ili in the Ahupua`a of Halawa on the Island of Molokai. It is a mo`o in the `ili of Keauhou and it is 133 fathoms long by 9 fathoms wide. A portion is kula and there are some taro lo`i also.
I have held this claim for a very long time and I have lived on and cultivated the land until this very time. Formerly I did po`alima labor but am exempt at this time because of having /more than three/ children. That is my claim.
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.... ime of Kamehameha I, no one objected to Haole.
6523, Haole, 31 October 1853
Upai, sworn, he has seen claimant's land in Keauhou, Halawa.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka and Wailua by Naholowaa's land
Makai by Opuloa's land
Kona by konohiki's land.
Land received during Kamehameha I's time. No objections to the present time.
Kewalo, sworn, both (Haole and I) have known in the same way.
[Award 6523; R.P. 2990; Keauhou Halawa; 1 ap.; .84 Ac.; Kaena heir]