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No. 7693, Kahalekulu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings to you all: I hereby state my claim for land in the `Ili of Kaniaia, Ahupua'a of Waihee, Dist-rict 6`, Division 2, Island Oahu. There are eight taro lo`i, six taro lo`i which are weed-grown, taro cultivated kula, and one lo`i in the `Ili of Moolulo, also one mala of `awa. Also, in the `Ili of the Ahupua`a is one mala of `awa. It is a true righ ....
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.... aele's land
Mauka and Waiahole side[s] by a stream.
The fourth piece, of one patch, is bounded:
On Kaneohe side by a water course
Mauka by Kaaumoana's land
Waiahole side by a stream
Makai by Kuikekoi's land.
Claimant's house site is near the first piece of kalo land and not enclosed. He has held the land for over ten years.
[No. 7693 not awarded; See award 7643]