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No. 16 F.L., Kekipi
The Honorable Land Commissioners, Respectfully; I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land at Aala, an `ili for the Fort. There are seventeen taro lo`i in two parcels. Parcel 1 has twelve lo`i and kula. Parcel 2 has five taro lo`i.
Parcel 1 is bounded as follows: mauka, land of Koiuiu, Waikiki, land of Kamakela, makai, land of Pakamia, Ewa, Liliha Street.
Parcel 2 is bounded as follows: mauka, land of Nakileku, Waikiki, Liliha Street, makai, land of Koiuiu, Ewa, land of Koiuiu. I got this place from Kekuanaoa in the year 1848 and have lived there peacefully until today, with no objections from anyone.
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.... he boundaries of Aala, ili of Honolulu.
Mauka, Koiuiu, Kaapuiki's land, Kamakela, Nakookoo's land
Makai, Aala kai ili, Koiuiu ili
Ewa, Koiuiu, Kaapuiki's land.
There is another section to this lands, it is a lele with one patch named Kui-ahonu.
Mauka, Waikiki, Koiuiu ili
Makai, Kuwili ili
Ewa, Kapahaha ili.
Uluoa (Female) has claimed this patch but it has not been confirmed, there is no other land section, or lele, nor bank, neither pasture and no sand dune.
Nakilapu, Keonekapu, Pakamia, Nahuina, Nuuanu, Naheana, Pakamia II and Uluoa are tenants living on this land at the present.
[No. 16 F.L. not awarded]