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No. 760, Kuhemu, Honouliuli, September 16, 1847
The President and the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim, as directed by the law. This land is at Nukee in Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Kawahamana and the pond of Nihola, on the east by Kalokoeli, on the south and the west by the land of Kaalauahi. The second of my claims is bounded on the north by the land of Paele ma, and the land of Aaron Nakai, on the east by the land of Kaunahi, on the south by the land of Hapauea, and on the west also.
The third claim consists of my taro patches, which are bounded on the north by the land of Kaalauahi, on the east by the land of Kaalauahi, on the south by the fence of Maakuia, on the west by the land of Kaunahi. Ka ....
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.... panea's land, Waianae.
2. The following are for the second section:
Kawahamana's lot, toward the mountain
Kekauonohi's lot, Honolulu
Kekaalauahi's land, Kekauonohi's land also toward the sea and Kekaalauahi, also has land on the Waianae side.
3. The following are for the third section:
Kekaalauahi's place, toward the mountain and Honolulu
Paniani's land and Maakuia's land, toward the sea
and Kaunahi's land, Waianae.
Kuhemu's land had been from Honaunau in the year 1839 and no one has objected to him."
Kalama, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "I have seen this property and it is exactly as Kinolua has just told you here."
[Award 760; R.P. 3803; Kamaipipipi Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; .198 Ac.; Naopala Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; 1.548 Acs]