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No. 8345, Kaakaukua, Kapaeloa, Waialua, January 28, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kaakaukua, here-by state my claim. The flrst is Ulumalu, from the sea to the wooded promontory. On the north slde is the sea, on the east is Kealanui's land, on the south is a cattle pasture, on the west is Hanaike's land. The second claim is Pahoa, bounded on the north by Kaopulupulu's land, on the east by Kealanui's land, on the south by a pali, on the west by Kaopulupulu's land. The third claim is Hau, bounded on the north by Nakuia's land, on the east by Wahinehune's land, on the south by Nakula's land, on the west by Kal ....
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.... . At Pahoa, one half a sweet potato field, to the pali.
Waianae, Kaalaea `ili
Makai, land boundary wall and the government road
Koolaupoko, Kaholo, land of Pelapela.
Waianae, land of Maloiki
Makai, land bound-ary wall
Koolaupoko, land of Pelapela.
Waianae, land of Kaopulupulu
Makai, Koolau-poko, land of Wahinehune.
He received these in the time of Kamehameha I and they are undisputed.
Makalii, sworn, my krnowledge of it is the same as Wahinehune's.
[Award 8345; R.P. 3285; Kapaeloa Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 8.38 Acs]