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No. 480, Liu, February 15, 1847
Greetings to the Honorable Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my place in which I live. The houselot was given me by Kamakapelapela. When Kamakapelepela died, it become Maele's and my place continued to be mine. When Maele died it became Pikanele's, and my place was still mine. My land is in the Ahupua`a of Kelawea.
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Kaiwikomo, sworn by the Bible, I have seen the place that Liu is claiming which is at Kelawea. He had received this interest from Kamakapelapela who had lived under Kekukuohi and Kamakapelapela had received this land from Waewae, her husband, who had received it (land) from Kamehameha I. He lived there since working at Kapuana. No one has objected to Liu according to my knowledge.
No. 480 not awarded; See 9815]