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No. 7467, Kapalauhulu, January 20, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: Here is my claim for land, if you will consent. From Ihi? to the highway, 200 fathoms by 13 fathoms and a yard, is a place I have cultivated from the time when Kuakini lived on Hawaii, with coffee, sugar cane, sweet potatoes and taro. That is my first claim.
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.... of Keopuhuikahi ahupuaa, Hawaii, 15 kihapais, 2 lele kihapais are in Ililoa 2, 1 house for Kapalauhulu.
Land has been cultivated, Kapalauhulu lives there. Land surveyor shall determine boundaries upon his arrival. Land had been given in 1839 by Kahoukua, no one has objected to the present day.
[Award 7467; Land Patent 8155; Keopu 2 N. Kona; 1 ap.; 1.5 Acs]