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No. 8419 Kealainanea, Lauhulu, Waialua, January 27, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greeting: I Kealainanea, hereby state my claims for land at Punakai in Kawailoa. The first is Punakai, bounded on the north by Nonokaeha's land, on the east by Malo, on the south by Nuhi's and Naiakapu's lands, on the west by Makuahine's land.
The second is Kalualelepa, bounded, on the north by Kaanaana's land, on the east by Kaanaana also on the south by Namauu's land, and on the west by Namauu also.
The third is Pauala, surrounded on all sides by cattle pasture.
The fourth is the parcel of kula purchased as a commoner.
The fifth is our house lot, Kaukaliu, bounded on the north by the sea, on the other sides by cattle pasture.
The sixth is a sweet potato kula, from the seashore as f ....
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Apana 5. 2 sweet potato fields.
Apana 6. One half of a house site, Lauhulu.
Waianae, land of Nakuahale, `ili of Kai-makole
Makai, a kula
Koolaupoko, land of Lonokaeho.
Mauka, land of Kaanaana
Waianae, land of Keliihuluhulu
Makai, land of Keliihuluhulu
Koolaupoko, Kumuhau pond.
Makai and Koolaupoko, kula.
Mauka, cattle kula
Waianae, land boundary wall
Makai and Koolaupoko, lot of Kahiko.
Apana 5: No boundaries.
Apana 6. No boundaries.
He has had this land from the time of Kamehameha I and it is undisputed.
Kaukaliu, sworn, my knowledge of it is the same as Kuokoa's.
[Award 8419; R.P. 1464; Kawailoa Waialua, 1 ap.; 4.12 Acs; Punakai Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .754 Ac.]