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No. 6781, Hihio ma, Lahaina, February 4, 1848
We, the commoners, hereby petition you, the Land Commissioners: Here are the /types/ of claims which are submitted: pauku of land, lo`is, single and multiple, mo`o, single and multiple, groves, house lots, house sites, kukui, coconut and lauhala trees, and enclosed land.
Those are our claims which are stated to you, and our names are below:
No. 6781, Hihio, of Kuhua
No. 6782, Nahau, of Puaaiki
No. 6783, Kauhi of Haleu
No. 6784, Naai, of Wainee
No. 6785, Kaluahinui, of Wainee
No. 6786, Kamohomoho, of Wainee
No. 6787, Hanaumua, of Wainee
No. 6788, Kamauoha, of Wainee
No. 6789, Kaheananui, of Puaanui
No. 6790, Paoaa, of Puaanui
No. 6791, Kamapuaa, of Puaaiki
No. 6792, Umi, of Kauaula
No. 6793, Pauhala, of Polonui
No. 6794, Koalakai, of Polonui
No. 6795, Ukukua, of Polonui
No. 6796, Kui, of Polonui
No. 6797, Kamaka, of Polonui
No. 6798, Pau, of Pahoa
No. 6799, Keaka, of Kooka
No. 6800, Kukahiko, of Kooka
No. 6801, Opunui, of Pahoa
No. 6802, Pelekane, of Pahoa
No. 6803, Paukuwahie, of Puaanui
No. 6804, Kekualiilii, of Puaanui
No. 6805, Hanaumua, of Moanui.
Cl. 6781, Hihio, and 4602, & 8135
Keaweluaoaole, sworn, I know the lot of Hihio. It is in Lahaina nu ....
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.... as a dispute between Pikanele and Hihio. Hihio contending that he was crowding onto his land. The matter was taken before Keauluohi, the Premier, and Kaaimalalo being present said to Hohio let Pikanele have the land he wants and to you shall belong all the rest, the lot now claimed. To this Hihio consented and there the dispute was put to rest.
Kalahine, sworn, I am about 38 years of age and have lived in Lahaina for 13 years. [?]aing my residence the claimant has been in the quiet possession of this land up to 1847 when Kaeo raised the dispute spoken of by Keaweluole.
The claimant has a piece of kalo and kula land in one piece in Lahainalalo on Kuhua. Keaweluole is the Lord of Kuhua.
He received this land from Puaa in the days of Kamehameha II [when he] went to England. He has been in the undisputed possession for 13 years to my knowledge.
It is bounded:
Mauka and Olowalu sides by Aki
Makai by the land of Alaala
Kaanapali by the land of Hale.
Kanaaloa, I have resided 27 years in Lahaina, and I am 57 years of age. I heard the testimony of Keaweluaole and it is correct.
I know that the claimant has lived in this house lot ever since 1824 when Hoapili was married, and I never heard his title disputed until 1847 when Kaeo raised a dispute.
[Award 6781; R.P. 1837; Kuhua Lahaina; 1 ap.; .25 Ac.]