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No. 1061, Kualaha
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and the peace of God: I, Kualaha, hereby tell you of my claims at Kalaepohaku: six patches and a stream, within Kapalama, Island of Oahu. I have occupied them for a long time. Another claim is for a house lot at Kainapuaa, adjoining Nuhelewai, Island of Oahu. I lived eight years at the house lot.
Cl. 1061, Kualaha, 31 May 1848
Kahikiola, sworn, This land is in Palama. It is in two lots.
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.... a's land, toward the mountain
Wm. Harbottle's place, Waikiki
Kuluiki's land, toward the sea and
Kalaloa's land, Ewa.
These are seven patches with one creek. Kualaha's land had been from Kuluiki during the time of Liholiho and he now lives there. The houselot is a very old one, it is an idle land and no one has objected."
Kaula, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property of Kualaha exactly as Kahikiola has just related here."
[No. 1061 not awarded]