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No. 828, Kawahaea, Honouliuli, October 11, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you my claim for land and house at Poohilo, Honouliuli.
It is bounded:
on the north by the houses of Kauakahilau
on the east by the land of Kaiwinui
on the south by the houses of Oni
on the west by the pall of Makakua.
My taro patch there is bounded:
on the north by the land of Oni
on the east by the land of Kapule
on the south by the land of Kekua
on the west by the land o ....
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.... Honolulu here
Kauakahilau's house-site, toward the mountain
Plain land, Waianae and
Kahanana's lot, oceanside.
Kahakai had given this interest to Kawahea and he has one house there, but Kawahea lived under Kainaina for he (Kainaina) had been the first konohiki and later Kahakai had followed him probably in-the year 1834. He has lived in peace since that time to this day."
Kaehuna, sworn and stated, "I have seen this place and everything is just as Opiopio has related here.
[Award 828; R.P. 3718; Poohilo Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; .255 Ac.]