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No. 9 F.L., Kewa, Keoneula, December 9, 1851
The Esteemed W.L. Lee, Esq., J.H. Smith, G.E. Robertson, John Ii, J, Kekaulahao, Greetings: I, Kewa, of Kuwili in Honolulu of the Fort, hereby enter my claim at Kuwili, with two lo`i in one parcel, bounded as follows: mauka, lo`i of Moeino, Waikiki, land of Kamaua, makai, land of Poomanu and of Kamaala, Ewa, Waianue, lo`i of N. Kekai. I got this f ....
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.... br />He has received this land from Kaniku when Kinau was serving as governor on Oahu. There are no koele's in it nor are there any poalima's. He has lived peacefully without objections to the present time. Because M. Kekuanaoa forbade it he did not enter a kuleana claim. I, Poomanu am the man that the governor has put in charge of Kuwili.
[Award 9 F.L.; R.P. 2680; Kuwili Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .92 Ac.]