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No. 10975, Waiauwia, Koolauloa, January 8, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands: I, Waiauwia, have an 'ili in the Ahupua'a of Hauula, bounded on the north by Keawe's land, on the east by Kaia's land, on the south by Makalohi's land, on the west by Makalohi's land also,
Lo`i claim 2
The boundaries are: on the north, muliwai, on the east, Haehae's and Kala's lands, on the sout ....
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East by Kamaka's land.
The third piece contains one kalo patch, & is bounded:
North & east by the Konohiki
South by Kalua's land
West by Kahunahana's land.
Claimant has occupied this land for over ten years.
Kanealii, sworn, says he knows the land of Waiauia. It is the same as set forth in the testimony of Kaailaau.
The King's Land Agent made no objection to this claim.
[No. 10975 not awarded; See 10972]