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No. 10123, Makole, Waihee, Oahu, January 23, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the `ili of Waihee. There are four lo`i in one place, with equal sides, /bounded by/ stream, the lo`i of Nahaalu, the lo`i of Kanakaole, the lo`i of Haui. They are also the witnesses for my lo`is. There are three cu ....
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.... r />Claimant has also a piece of kula land, in which is his house lot. A part of it is cultivated (1 Acre). The house is not enclosed. This piece may contain an acre. Claimant held the land from the time of Kamehameha I, until he died, recently, leaving his land to his wife, Kahunahana.
[Award 10123; R.P. 1591, 2132; Waihee Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 2.55 Acs]