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No. 8313, Kamiloiliilii, Hauula, Koolauloa, January 8, 1848
Something which was forgotten.
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Kingdom, Greetings: I, Kamiloliili am the one who has the lo`i of Keokea in the Ahupua'a of Hauula. It is bounded on the North by Kealoha's lo`i; on the east by a lo`i pa'ahao; on the South by the lo`is of Hoopalahe; on the West by the kula of Kahunahana.
Claim for lo`i and kula land, bounded on the North by Hina's lo`is; on the East by Kanepepiaopili's Land; on the South by Hanaumaikai's land; on the West by a stream from the lo`is to the kula.
Claim for shore land. Hauula is the ....
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.... />S. & West by Kamaka's land.
Kamooiliili had possession of these lands since before witness remembers. Witness knows the House Lot of Kamooiliili. It is not enclosed. There are 3 houses on it.
Kaailaau, sworn, says he knows the 1st piece claimed by Kamooiliili. It belongs to the Konohiki and has been cultivated on his poalima. Witness confirms Koekoe's testimony in regard to all the other pieces. Kamooiliili died in the latter part of 1848. Kualii is his widow.
The King's Land Agent, Waianae Hopkins, objected to the claim for the first piece, as it was cultivated by the Konokiki's labor.
[Award 8313; R.P. 2914; Hauula Koolauloa; 4 ap.; 2.84 Acs.]