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No. 6743, Iuiuli
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state /my claim for/ my `ili to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles. It is in the Ahupua`a of Kailiula in the Island of Molokai. The taro lo`is are 48 fathoms in circumference, and there is also a kula which adjoins it. It is bounded by Kanalue's land on the east, by Kekahuna on the west, and Kaeole's /also/. This `ili was bequeathed to me by my makuas. The konohikis during my occupancy have been Koma, and Keahi is the second.
Kailiula, Molokai, January 15, 1848
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Claimant these pieces of land from his parents, who held them in the time of Kamehameha I, and enjoyed them without dispute up to the present time.
Mukiki, sworn, Confirms the in full the testimony of the former witness.
N.T. 129v6[also page 50]
No. 6743, Iliuli
Kailimeeau, sworn, Taro and pasture in Kaulu ili in Kailiula.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kaeole
Manae by Kahaulua
Makai by konohiki
Malalo by Kaeole.
Land from parents, no objections to Iliula.
[Award 6743; R.P. 5210; Kaulu Kailiula Kona; 2 ap.; 2.67 Acs]