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No. 765, Kamalae, Honouliuli, September 17, 1847
The President, The Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim, which is at Nukee, Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu, and is bounded on the north by a pali, on the east by the land of Kekukahiko, and the land of Kamaala, on the south by the stream of Maakaii, on the west by the land of Kinolua. My house claim is at Kailikahi, Honouliuli and it is bounded on the north by the fence of Honouliuli, on the east by the fence, on the south by the Road, on the west by a lapalapa thicket. It was given me by Punahoa, and at this time, also, it was Kinolua who gave it ....
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Kamalae received this place in 1837 and no one has objected.
2. The boundaries of the taro land are:
a cliff is on the mountainside
Kekukahika's land, Honolulu
a river, toward the sea
Kinolua's land and Nihua's land, Waianae.
There is no fence and no house. There are five patches and one pasture and this had been received from Punahou at the time of Kalola. The property fence is the only enclosure on this place."
Maeaea, sworn and stated, "My knowledge for this property is exactly as Paele has related here."
[Award 765; R.P. 6509; Niukee Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; 1.625 Acs; Palahemo Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; .270 Ac.]