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No. 8310, Kaumu, Mokuleia, Waialua, Oahu, January 1848
To the Land Commissioners, RespectfulGreetings: I, Kaumu, hereby state my claim for land here in Mokuleia. The name of the mo`o is Kamauole, there are twelve lo`i. They are bounded on the north by a kula, east by a pali, south by Aa's land, west by a pali. This land is above the valley. I have another ....
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.... o, I have a mo'o named Kaeleku, with ten lo'i. Also a mala of noni. I also have a mountain area, Kaipukalo and Puukapele. Also, a mala of banana, sugar cane and wauke, named Koloiki. My house claim is at Mokuleia, bounded on the north by Kaneiakama's land, on the east by a muliwai, on the south by a kula and on the west also by a muliwai.
[No. 8310 not awarded]