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No. 7471, Kapele, January 24, 1848
Greetings to you, N. Namauu and John Ii and Z. Kaauwai and J. H. Smith and W. L. Lee: I hereby explain my land claim to you. There are 43 kihapai at Moeauoa, also a hau clump. Furthermore, 2 kihapai are at Lanihau 1. I also have a house lot which I state is 20 fathoms on the north and 35 fathoms on the east, 23 fathoms on the south, and 35 fathoms on the west, a circumference of 113 fathoms.
No. 7471, Kapele, December 29, ....
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.... r />1 cultivated kihapai.
Mauka by Waiau's land
Kau by Kahea's land
Makai by konohiki
Kohala by Kamuku ili.
1 cultivated Kihapai.
Section 8 - House lot.
Mauka by konohiki
Makai and Kau by Kamuku ili
Kohala by konohiki.
No enclosure, 1 house for Kapele there wherein he living. Kapele's land is from Waiau at present whereas he had orginally acquired it in 1825, no one has objected him.
[Award 7471; R.P. 3984; Moeauoa 1 N. Kona; 1 ap.; 2.7 Acs]