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No. 8438, Keawe
Be in known to you, the Land Commissioners, that my claim for land is in the Ahupua`a of Hauula. I have four lo`i in the mo`o of Haleape, bounded on the north and east by Waiauia's land. I also have a kula claim in this mo`o, and an upland area in the forests of Punaluu and Hauula, and also a fishery.
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.... and from the Konokiki at the death of Keawe in 1848.
Kanealii, re-examined, says that after the death of Keawe, Wahanui had cultivated the patches. He planted the Kalo which is growing there now.
The King's Land Agent, objected to the claim going to Wahanui, as Keawe is dead and the land has reverted to the Haku Aina.
[Award 8438; R.P. 1529; Hauula Koolauloa; 2 ap.; .83 Acs]