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No. 1018, Palaualelo [wahine]
I, Palaualelo, hereby tell you of my claims: first, a mo`o `aina, second, a house lot.
Cl. 1018, Palaualelo, August 
Kumauna, sworn, This land is in Waikele, Ewa, being two separate pieces, a house lot and cultivated land.
1. First, House lot, bounded:
Mauka by Kauliokamoa's
Honolulu by Kahonu's land
Makai by Kalola's
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.... grandparents, then it was for her parents and now it is for her (Palanalelo).
2. Section II:
Kuaihelani's land, mauka and Honolulu here
Kauliokamoa's land, makai
Kahonu's land, Waianae.
This land had been from Hewahewa. John Ii had it at this time. No one has objected."
Kekualopa, sworn and stated, "I have seen this land exactly as Kumauna has just related here."
[Award 1018; no R.P.; Pouhala Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; .10 Ac.]