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No. 22 F.L., Kaulu, Honolulu, December 22, 1841
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby enter my claim at Olomana, an `ili in Honolulu. I have six lo`i which were not po`alima /for the government/ from the beginning, but which were my own, which I have cultivated until this day. Also, there are five lo`i po`alima on this land and also a kula for this land which was the konohiki's place from the beginning when I occupied it. I am the head Konohiki who was settled there by ....
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The boundaries of Olomana are:
Mauka, Kalokohonu ili
Waikiki, Of Puawaina, a pali point
Makai, Paukoa ili
Ewa, Kaalaa, for Namakeha ili.
Papamaku and Kaholo are tenants, claims certified.
No. 22 FL, Kaulu, (from page 266), 10 March 1852, (Objections by Kapule from page 256)
Malule, sworn, I have given to Hawea, wife of Kapule, 3 patches, but, not for keeping.
[No. 22 F.L. not listed in index; not awarded]