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No. 8452*O, Keohokalole, Waikiki, Oahu, February 5, 1848
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claims in my lands to enter in the lands of the Mo`i. These are things done by my own hands, with my people.
At Waiomao, one orange tree and my cultivated valley, an `Ili in Waikiki, with seven lo`i.
At Kapiwai are two mala of coffee and one mala of lauhala, one lo`i, and also a cultivated lot. This in an `Ili in the Ahupua`a of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
At Makua, on the Island of Oahu, one orange tree.
At Aamakao, an Ahupua`a on the Island of Hawaii, is one lo`i, and a house lot and an orange tree.
In the District of Kau, Ahupua`a of Wailau, is a house lot in the land.
In the Ahupua`a of Kaalaiki is a lot like that /in Wailau/. These are on the Island of Hawaii.
At Lahaina, in Kuhua Ahupua`a, is a mala of lauhala.
At Honouliwai, an Ahupua`a o;n the Island of Molokai are two orange trees.
At Kula, Island of Maui, Keokea Ahupua`a, there are three small mala of sweet potatoes and one mala of taro, made by our own hands, not by /those of/ the /people of the/ land.
At Kooka, an Ahupua`a in Lahaina, are four coconut trees and a single coconut tree at the shore in the lot of Kualaula, in Kiika, a /total of/ five coconut trees, and some kou trees at Pahoa, which have not been counted, also a hala clump is there, at the seashore.
I am with aloha, respectfully,
KEOHOKALOLE, who affirms this is my name, signed by Z. Kaauwai
No. 8452, Keohokalole
Awahua, sworn, says he knows the House lots claimed by Keahokalole at Kaawaloa, Hawaii. The first one is fenced all round with a stone wall.
It is bounded:
Makai by the sea shore
On Kailua side by the Government land
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.... a ahupuaa, Kau, Hawaii.
Kawela ahupuaa, Kau, Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1850
Resolved, that the Minister of the Interior be and is hereby authorized to transfer to the list of lands belonging to Keohokalole, Kaapuna, Kona, Hawaii, and Aapueo 2, Kula, Maui, and transfer to the Government and list one of the Alae's in Kula, Maui, in lieu of Aapueo 2, sold by Kapaakea through mistake.
By order of Privy Council
December 22, 1850
Resolved, that the Government shall accept the division of lands of the chiefs as made by them, and those laid off for the Government shall be the government third of their lands.
By order of the King and Council
August 27th, 1850
I hereby certify the foregoing to be true copies of the original documents now on file in this Department.
(sign) A.G. Thruston, Chief Clerk, Interior Department
November 9th, 1853
[Award 8452; (Oahu) R.P. 5616; Malaekahana Koolauloa; 1 ap.; 3280 Acs; R.P. 5616; Kapiwai Pauoa; 1 ap.; 10.5 Acs; R.P. 5588; Hamohamo Waikiki; 3 ap.; 99.68 Acs; Land Patent 8330; Hamohamo Waikiki; 3 ap.; 2.24 Acs; R.P. 4387; Kahana Koolauloa; 1 ap.; 5050 Acs (ahupuaa); (Maui); R.P. 4388; 1 ap. Aapueo Kula Ahupuaa; Alae 3 Kula 1 ap. (ahupuaa), Kamehame Kula, R.P. 4388 & 7453; Kealahou 3-4 Kula; R.P. 4388 & 7453; Koheo 2 Kula Ahupuaa Ap. 19; R.P. 4388; Kukuiaeo Kula; Muolea Hana; 1 ap.; ahupua`a; Paeohi Lahaina; Kukuiokaea Kula Ahupuaa Ap. 7; (Hawaii): Kealakekua S. Kona R.P. 7533 & 3607; Honohina Hilo R.P. 4386 & 7693; Kaawaloa S Kona R.P. 7532 & 4386, & 4385; Onouli S Kona R.P. 4386 & 7146; Keahuolo N. Kona; R.P. 6886; Paauhau Hamakua; Land Patent 8123; Pau N. Kohala; Land Patent 8083; Puua Puna R.P. 7788; Kawela Kau R.P. 6886; Keaiwa Kau; See Award MA 3 for Hamoa Hana award]