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No. 952, Paeimuai, Auwaiolimu, November 9, 1847
The President and the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim at Auwaiolimu in Honolulu, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Paaluhi and Naolulo, and the land of Hinawale and Makaha, on the east by the road and and [sic] of the pali, on the south by the land of Keoki, on the west by the Iand of Waikahalulu. Two po`alimas are situated in my garden and some of my houses are standing there, which are mine. My occupation was from my parents, and it was left to me on their deaths, this was the time of Kamehameha I
I am, ....
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.... ot and one house for him there.
2. And for the second,
Paaluhi's land and Keaweluahi's land, mountainside and Waikiki
Keoki's land, oceanside and
the government road leading to Nuuanu is on the Ewa side.
There are ten patches on this parcel of land, three houses and three land possessors all under Paeumuai. Paeannui's interest had been from Kamehameha I, no one objecting."
Laaumalo, sworn and said, "I have seen this property. Everything is exactly as Kekino's statements which he has just given here to you."
[Award 952; R.P. 309; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; 2.17 Acs]