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No. 8414, Kahanaumaikai, Koolauloa, January 8, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands: I, Kahanaumaikai, have an 'ili in the Ahupua'a of Hauula. It is bounded on the north by Kauleonui's land, on the east by Kahunahana's land on the south by Kamoiliili's land, on the west by Kaailaau's land. There is also a kula claim, bounded on the north by a house, on the east by an aula* lo`i, on the south by a Pali, on the west by a stream. This land was ....
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.... d claimed by him also. There are but few coffee trees now growing on it. It is not well cultivated. The coffee trees were destroyed by the cattle. Thinks it is now deserted by claimant. It is but a small piece of land.
The House Lot is the same as was stated by last witness. It has occupied the place since the time the missionaries arrived here.
The King's Land Agent had no objections to this claim.
[Award 8414; R.P. 1315; Hauula Koolauloa; 4 ap.; 1.91 Acs.(note Loko included in RP]