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No. 23 F.L., Moeino
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands: The one whose name is below has some claims in the Fort Lands of Honolulu at Hauhaukoi, There are five taro lo`i, one house lot, and at Kunawai, one lo`i adjoining with the land of Kuwili. Having been directed by the Honorable M. Kekuanaoa, Governor of Oahu to enter my claims, therefore I hereby do so. M. Kekuanaoa and some other persons are the witnesses, when the time comes.
Honolulu, 20 December 1851
No. 23 FL, Moeino, Claims Building, 24 December 1851
Hololua, sworn, I have seen his places - patch and hog sty in Hauhaukoi, also Kunawai's ilis for the fort in Honolulu, Oahu. Five section ....
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Moeino, sworn, I was placed in Hauhaukoi as konohiki for the fort in 1849, there were eight koeles in Hauhaukoi at the time I had received that land, the ninth of the patches was returned by the tenant and it was the fifth of the patches belonging to the government. The thirteen tenants of this land are Kaanaana, Openui, Wahie, Kalokea, Ka-mahalo, Kaahiki, Kaheana, Kapo, Keonekapu, Hololua, Kawanalama and Koahou.
*Boundaries of Hauhaukoi ili.
Mauka, Hauhaukoi ili, Kahawali ili
Waikiki, Makai, Koiuiu ili
Makai, and Ewa, Kahawali ili, Paeaki ili, Kuhimana ili.
The lele of this land adjoins L. Smith's church, in Nuuanu, a new lele is in the big land.
[Award 23 F.L.; R.P. 2764; Kunawai Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .37 Ac