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No. 11 F.L., Kapule, December 17, 1851
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land in Kalokohonu, Honolulu, one house lot, and in the ili of Olomana, Honolulu, three taro lo`i. Those are my claims.
No. 11 F.L. Kapule, November 21, 1853 (from Vol. 10. N.T. 256)
Moku, sworn says, he knows the house lot of Kapule in Kalokohonu, Honolulu aina. It is bounded:
On Waikiki side by Government land
Makai by the land Kamahalo
Ewa side by the land of Namakeha
Mauka by a road.
This is fort land ....
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.... 9;s land
Makai, Kamahalo's land
Ewa, Kupapaulu's land.
Section 2 - Three taro patches at Olomana.
Mauka, Kaholo's land
Waikiki, Konohiki's poalima
Makai, Malule's land, fort's poalima
Ewa, Kaholo's land.
Kaulu and Malule were Kekuanaoa's konohiki's in 1850. That is when Malule gave these taro patches to Hawea, because Kamakahikiea left, Laulu and Malue got it. There are no poalimas or koeles but it has been taken as the konohiki's.
N.T. 291v10 [See No. 22 FL]
[Award 11 F.L.; R.P. 1904; Kalokohonu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .28 Ac.]