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No. 1069, Kaiwiaoao
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kaiwiaoao, hereby tell you of my claim for three patches, an irri-gation ditch, kula, and house, at the `ili `aina of Kumuula, adjoining Kaukahoku, in Kapalama, Island of Oahu. I lived there before the Law was enacted.
Cl. 1069, Kaiwiaoao, 31 May 1848
[margin note: Honolulu lot: "this lot is not in the written claim and claimant, in presence of Mr. Lee, Sumner & the Board disavowed the claim and begs a life residence under them]
Paula, sworn, This place is in Palama. It is in two pieces besides Honolulu one)
First House lot, bounded:
Mauka by Hotel Street
Waikiki by Richards Street
Makai by Kokola's yard
Ewa by Amow's yard.
It is fenced and has four houses.
Claimant owns two, his sister's husband; her and his child, Keolaloa ....
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.... . Davis's land, toward the mountain
Keaweaheula's land, Waikiki
Naopala's land, toward the ocean
Wm. Harbottle's land, Ewa.
These are two patches.
Kekai's land, toward the mountain; Kuene's land also is toward the mountain
Kekai's land, Waikiki
Harbottle's land, toward the sea
Kekai's land, Ewa.
There are thirty patches on this property.
Halulu's land, mountainside, Waikiki and seaside
Hale's land, Kekai's land and Kaaumoa's land, Ewa.
There are six patches on this section.
Kaiwiaoao's parents had given him (land) during Kamehameha I's time and no one has objected."
Hewahewa, sworn and stated, "I have seen Kaiwiaoao's houselot in Honolulu here and the lands at Kapalama, exactly as Paula has just related here."
[No. 1069 not awarded]