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No. 1051, Kanakaole
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kanakaole, hereby tell you of my claims for two patches, and also a little kula, at the `ili `aina of Haikuou in Kapalama, Island of Oahu I have lived there three years.
No. 1051, Kanakaole, July 21 1848
Kalimaiki: This land I know. It is in Kapalama, Oahu, consisting of 3 lots.
1. House lot. It is not fenced and is bounded:
Mauka by Nalauai's land
Waikiki by Kuena's (Neddles)
Makai by Kaiona's
Ewa by Halulu's land.
2. One kalo patch, bounded:
Mauka by ....
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Halulu's land and Kaaione's Friday land, Ewa.
There is one patch in this section.
3. Parcel III - There is one patch.
Kaaione's land, mauka
John Needles' land, Waikiki
My land, makai
Halulu's land (?) (Ewa).
Kanakaole's three parcels are from Kaaione given in the year 1844. Kaaione is a konohiki under Kamehameha III; no one has objected."
Kaaione, sworn and stated, "I have seen these three parcels of land belonging to Kanakaole just as Kalimaiki has stated."
[Award 1051; R.P. 2519; Kainapuaa & Kumupali Kapalama Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .87 Ac.]