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No. 430, Kalaeloa
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition for all my rights to 19 taro patches, a small wauke plantation at another place, also some mountain apple trees and some breadfruit trees, and also a section of stream. I have had all of these since the time of Auwae, and /also/ my house upon said land.
The witness to all these is Ka ....
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.... who had received it from King Kamehameha II. There were 19 patches, 5 ohia trees, 6 breadfruit trees, a section of the river with oopus and a field for planting wauke.
Kalaeloa had received this land in the year 1829. No one has objected.
[Award 430; R.P. 2156; Kamamao Ili Wailuku; 1 ap.; 2.22 Acs; Indices list award to Polokuua!; See Award 5336 to Polokuua in Kamamao]