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No. 779, Uaia
Claim for house lot, 1 taro patch, 1 hala clump, 1 coconut (tree), from my makuakane. His name was Kihewa and he had it from the time of Kamehameha I to Kamehameha III. He died August 9, 1847 and bequeathed it to his keiki, Uaia. This is a very old interest. There is a correct witness named Kaula, to their occupancy at Kapalama. The lot was fenced by my hands, Iwilei is the famous name /of the district./
October 12, 1847
Claim No. 779, Uaia, March 1st 
Kaula, sworn, i know this land. It is at Palama. The house lot & kalo patch join each other and are b ....
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.... bjected to him. This property has been enclosed with a mud wall. One dwelling is in it and trees which have been planted."
No. 779, Uaia, See page 547, March 6
Kekai, sworn by the Word of God and said, "I have known about Uaia's property like all of Kaula's statements which have just been read here and I think this property is for him (Uaia). He goes to work on Konohiki days and I am a konohiki under King Kamehameha III."
See page 547
[Award 779; R.P. 3391; Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; .34 Ac.; R.P. 3442, Kapalama Kona; R.P. 3577; Kapalama Kona 412 Fathoms 13 feet]