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No. 556, Makalawelawe, [wahine], Honolulu, March 4, 1847
I have the thought of telling you, the Land Commissioners, of my right of occupancy. It was from Poki and when he sailed for Kahiki * I lived under Liliha at that place and when Liliha died I had that place until Kamehameha III and continued on it. When my kane died I and my children inherited that place.
/*a foreign land/
claim No. 556, Makalawelawe, November 12th 
Maalahia, sworn, I know this land. It is mauka of Beretane Street, called Beretane No.
General Miller's is makai
Kalo patches are on the Ewa side belonging to Leleilaohoku
Pupi's is Mauka, and
Kalama onWaititi side.
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.... in 1847.
Ailuau, sworn, I have seen his land at Kaakopua in Kaliu, Honolulu district - 2 land sections.
1. 2 patches at Kaakopua and the boundaries are:
Mauka, land of Kealohipali
Waikiki, land of Muno
Makai and Ewa, mine.
2. 4 taro patches, a pasture at Kaliu; the boundaries are:
Mauka, also Waikiki, Muno
Makai, land of Puipui
Section 1 had been from Puhiea given during the time of Paki; Section 2 is from Kapipi given in 1846 and life has been comfortable to this time. No one has objected.
Waikane, sworn, It is the same; no objections.
[Award 556; R.P. 1709; Beretania St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.6 Acs; R.P. 1988; Kaakopua Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.;.35 Ac.; R.P. 1988; Kaliu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.;.37 Ac.]