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No. 956, Uaualakehau, Auwaiolimu, Honolulu, November 11, 1847
The Honorable President and the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim which is at Auwaiolimu, Island of Oahu and is bounded on the north by the land of Keoki, on the east by the land of Kahehuna, on the south by the land of Kalawahine, on the west by a stream. My occupancy was from my makuas, from the time of Kamehameha I. On his return, Keaweluahi gave me this land.
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.... house there and there are ten patches. Uaualakehau had received this land from Makena, his father, who had died before Lord G. Paulet. He has lived peacefully to this day.
Laaumalo, sworn and stated, "I have seen Uaualakehau's property exactly as Kukeahia has just related here, but on the oceanside is Kalawahine (land) and Kalaeokekoi's land; Kukeahia's land and Kalaeokekoi's land are toward the mountain."
[Award 956; R.P. 1795; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .68 Ac.]