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No. 1017, Kaoahumoa
I, Kapahumoa, hereby tell you of my claim: first, a mo`o `aina, second, a house lot.
Cl. 1017, Kapahumoa, August 2 
Kumauna, sworn, This land is in Ulumalu, Ewa. It is in one - a moo aina, kula and kalo. Claimant has one house on it.
Mauka by Puhalaha ....
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Kapahumoa's land is from Nahinu given in the year 1840. Nahinu's land had been from Kaeo and Kaeo's land had been from King Kamehameha III. Kapahumoa has lived there peacefully to thL day. No one has objected."
Kekualopa sworn and stated, "I have seen this land exactly as Kumauna has just related here."
[No. 1017 not awarded]