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No. 1063, Pulupuluole
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Pulupuluole, hereby tell you of my claims: eight patches, two irrigation ditches, a small kula, and a house lot, which are in the `ili `aina of Kaukahoku, in Kapalama, adjoining Honolulu, Island of Oahu. I have lived there 12 years.
Cl. 1063, Pulupuluole, 29 May 1848
Pi, sworn, This place is in Palama, consisting of a house lot and several kalo patches in one lot,
Mauka by Keoki's place
Waititi by Ele's
Ewa by Naopala's
Makai by a water course (Kaauwai).
It has one house of claimants, 7 patches and some upland. Claimant got it from Koi in 1844. Koi got it from Kekai. ....
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.... and of Kalunaaina
Waikiki, Kuwili, land of Kaniku
Makai, land of W. Harbottle
Ewa, G. Holmes.
2. 4 Friday patches:
Mauka, George Holmes
Waikiki, land of Ele
Makai, land of Kaauwai
Ewa, land of Naopala.
The king had given Kekai his land at the time of the riot by Kaomi in 1834 and he /Kekai/ had lived comfortably to 1848. Then this land was given to him permanently by virtue of the Mahele.
Kekaawe, sworn, I have returned that one half patch in Kaukahoku which is in the interest of Pulupuluole to the konohiki, but the crop which was growing thereon was mine and when the harvest was over, the land was conveyed to Kekai permanently.
[Award 1063; R.P. 5659; & 6718; Kaukahoku Kapalama Kona 1 ap.; 1.5 Acs]