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No. 772, Kalua, Honolulu, September 24, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my house lot claim which is in Honolulu on the north side of the Estuary. It is bounded on the north by the lot of Wahie, on the east by the lot of the schoolhouse, on the south by Kaweluahi's place, and on the west by the lot of Kahoomoe.
My occupancy of this place began at the time of the death of Kaahumanu I. This place was lying Idle at that time, and I made the fence to surround this place. There are two houses within, one is my own, and one house is for my hunona, however, they are under me.
I have had this place peacefully with no objections. I also have four taro patches at Kamakela in Honolulu. They are bounded on the north by Aala, on the east by kula, on the south by kula, on the west by a taro patch for Keaka. The fourth taro patch adjoins the land of Kaaiawaawa. I am under the konohiki.
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.... ies of the first section are:
the idle pasture is on the Waikiki and toward the mountain sides
Kamaikahulipu's land, Ewa and
Keaka's land, oceanside.
Kalua is living on this land that he had received from Kamalolo during Kaomi's time. He has lived in peace since that time to the present time.
3. Here are the boundaries of the second section of Kalua's taro patches.
Koi's lot is toward the sea
Koi's patch, Waikiki
Kaaiawaawa's land, toward the mountain and
This particular patch and the pasture are from Kamalolo and no one has objected to him (Kalua:).
Kahaleahu, sworn and stated, "I have seen Kalua's house lot and the taro land. Everything about his taro land is as Keaweluahi has just related here, but as for the house lot, I have an interest there. It is (written) in my document here.
[Award 772; R.P. 2091; Kamakela Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .36 Ac.]