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No. 1020, Akaakaa
I, Akaakaa, hereby tell you of my claims: first, some patches under a certain man, second, a house lot.
Cl. 1020, Akaakaa, August 4, 
Kalawaia, sworn, This land is in Waikele, Ewa, consisting of 3 pieces.
1. First, house lot, bounded:
Mauka by Kanealoa's land and on all sides - he is konohiki.
It is fenced and claimant has 1 house on it.
2. Second 1 kalo patch, bounded:
Mauka by Kanealoha's
Honolulu by Kauliokamoa's
Makai and Waianae by Likialani's land.
Claimant had these two lots from Kanealoha, I do not ....
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.... undaries of the house lot are:
Kanealoha's land, mauka here also and on all of the other sides.
2. Kanealoha's land, mauka
Ilihialani's land, makai and Waianae.
These two sections are patches belonging to Akaakaa are from Kanealoha.
3. Niho's land is mauka and Honolulu here and makai
Kahula's land, Waianae.
This section of Akaakaa with one patch is from Niho and his (Niho) land had been from Kuapanio."
Kukuiaina, sworn and stated, "I have seen this land exactly as Kalawaia has just related here."
[Award 1020; R.P. 7208; Waipahu Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; .1 Ac.]