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No. 7701, Kalaekalalau,
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings to you all: I hereby state my claim for land in the `Ili of Kahikapu, Ahupua`a of Waihee, District, 6, Division 2, Island of Oahu. There are twelve taro lo`i, one kula, a mala of `awa, one house site, one pali kao /steep pali?/. Also, in the `Ili of Maui are four taro lo`i. It is a true right*from the time of Kamehameha I. That is my petition on this 29th day of December A.D. 1847, at Waihee, Koolaupoko.
/*from the konohi ....
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On Kaneohe side by a pali
Mauka by Kawelo's land
Waiahole side and Makai by Haulou's land.
The seventh piece, of 2 patches is bounded:
On Kaneohe side and Mauka by Kukekoi's land
Waiahole side by a stream
Makai by Kaaumoana's land.
Claimant's house lot is distinct from his land and not enclosed. He derived the land from his ancestors, who held it from the time of Kamehameha I.
[Award 7701; R.P. 2918½; Waihee Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 2.785 Acs]