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No. 17 F.L., J. Makuku
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands: The one whose name is signed below has claims in Puiwa, an `ili of the Fort of Honolulu. There are nine taro lo`i, one parcel of kula, one house lot. Having been directed by the Honorable M. Kekuanaoa, Governor of Oahu, to enter my claim, therefore I hereby enter it, and he is my witness, with others, when the time comes.
Honolulu, 19 December 1851
No. 17 FL, Makuku, 22 December 1851
Luau, sworn, I have seen his land at Puiwa ili in Honolulu, Oahu - 4 land sections.
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.... led them as my claim.
Mauka, "Puiwa," Namauu's land
Waikiki, "Kewalo," Kamakee's land-, J. Booth has this land, it is on the top of a ridge
Makai, "Punaanana" ili
Ewa, "Laimi," A. Kaeo's ili.
1st Lele - "Puenuhe 1. The boundaries are: [none listed]
2nd Lele -"Puenuhe" 2.
Mauka, Kalihi Street
Waikiki, Kahookane ili
Makai, Puoloalo ili
Ewa, Kapohuluhulu ili.
Puahiki, Lilehua, Naimu, Koa, Luau, Pakaona, Kiniakua, Keawe, Keawekuaila, Kaikoo and Iuinui are the tenants presently.
[No. 17 F.L. not listed in index; not awarded]