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06552B Olioli, son-in-law
Claim Number: 06552B
Claimant: Haoleki
Other claimant:Olioli, son-in-law
Other name:
Island: Kauai
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Makaweli
Ili: Hakioa
Statistics: 2887 characters 473 words
No. 6552, Haoleki], Pehu, Waimea, Kauai, January 18, 1848
N.R. 203-204v9

2. Haoleki[See 6552 for Pehu"s claim]

Also in that `ili of Hakioa in Makaweli is a kihapai mo`o which is named Kapaki, and a house for Pehu. It was bequeathed to the one whose name is below. Thee is also a kula all these are in the same place. There is also a lo`i for the Konohiki within this place.

It was from Kaniuhi who gave it to Kakiholo, and to Pukele who died, and I inherited it. It is bounded as follows: on the north is Kanekula, 2 chains, no fathoms, 3 feet; on the east is Kaohia, 20 chains; on the south is the water course /and/ Kaluameki, 2 chains, 1 fathoms, 7 feet; on the west is ....

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.... house lot and a pasture in Kahui moo, ili of Hakioa in Makaweli.
Mauka by Kaohia moo
Hanapepe by Opuweuweu loi
Makai by Maoloha moo
Mana by Kaneakula pali.

Section 2 - Here are the boundaries:
Mauka by Kaohia moo
Hanapepe by Puulima ditch
Makai by Maoloha moo
Mana by Opuweuweu loi.

This originally belonged to Kaniuhi, then passed to Haoleki during the time of Kaikioewa, then from Haoleki to Olioli. No objections.

Papa, sworn, How is Kaumihau"s testimony? "It is correct."

[Award 6552B; Hakio Makaweli Kona; 1 ap.; 3 roods 14 rods; See 6552 for N.R. testimony;N.T. translated by Jason Achiu, the State Archives 9/96]