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No. 6672, Moa
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim for a mo`o in the `ili of Kii in the Ahupua`a of Halawa, Ahupua`a. The mo`o on the makai side is for Kahui and the mo`o on the mauka side is for Pelehu.
I have occupied this mo`o from the time of /the konohiki/ Paia Two and I go to the po`alima labor days. The length of the mo`o is 81 fathoms and the width is 5 fathoms. I request that if this claim is found valid it be awarded to me.
Moa claims a moo in Kii, Kalo & kula.
Peleleu has a moo in these boundaries.
Claims an ili Kaopa, kalo & kula.
Makai. Kula koolau
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.... The konohiki has two kalo patches in this land.
Timoteo, sworn, Is konohiki of this land and confirms in the testimony of the former witness.
N.T. 176v6 [also page 97]
No. 6672B, Moa and 5000B, Kaahu
Keauiui, Y., and Inui, sworn, moo land in the ili of Kii in Halawa.
Mauka by Peleleu
Moakea by pali
Makai by Kaahui
Koolau by river, taro.
Section 2 - Kaopa ili, taro pasture.
Mauka by Kaiuiunui
Moakea by pali
Makai by Timoteo
Koolau by river.
No one objected, 3 poalimas are there also 1 pond.
No. 6672, Moa of Halawa.
This has been surveyed by A. Bishop, but he has no document.
[Award 6672; R.P. 6238; Kaopa Halawa; 1 ap.; 1 rood 9 rods; Kii Halawa; 1 ap.; 9 rods; total 2 ap.; .61 Acs]