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No. 8051, Ehu, Pupukea, Oahu, January 22, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I, Ehu, am a claimant at Pupukea in the mo`o of Keokea. It is a kula, and also there is a fishery adjoining. It is bounded on the north by Kaawa's mo`o, on the east by Waimea valley, on the south by a muliwai, on the west by the sea. That is my claim at Pupukea, from Kamehameha III, the ali`i. Farewell to you all.
EHU X, his mark
No. 8051, Ehu ma Pupukea
Hoohikiia o Kalainaina. Ua ike au hookahi apana aina ma Pupukea, o Keokea ka mooaina
Mauka, aina o Mokuhou i kapaia o Kapau
Makai, kahaka ....
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.... o of Keokea.
Mauka, land of Mokuhou called Kapau
He received this land from Walaweha in the time of Kaahumanu I and was undisputed until the time the claim was taken to Honolulu. After this he was jailed for adultery, and the konohiki gave the land to another man, Kailikole, in 1849. When Ehu returned he did not ask for his land, and at this time he has gone and written his claim, with the idea that the konohiki was wrong in giving his land to some-one else and that the land should be returned to him.
Kalama, sworn, It is right.
[Award 8051; R.P. 1534; Pupukea Koolauloa; 1 ap.; 4.30 Acs]