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No. 1115, Kaaipuaa
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings:Because of the enactment of the Laws of the Mo`i, Kamehameha III, King of the Hawaiian Islands, telling the claimants to present their claims, therefore I hereby tell of my claim for my mo`o `aina at Laie, Island of Oahu, which my makuakane had from the Battle of Nuuanu. On his death it was bequeathed to my makuah ....
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.... br />Apana 3.
Mauka o Nakahili
Kahuku, o Konohiki
Makai o Napahu
No Koolua mai ka Apana 1, 2, 3, i ka wa o Kinau i ka M. H. 1833, i ka Malama o Februari, a ua nohooluolu oia malaila, aole mea keakea, a hiki i keia manawa.
Paakahi, Hoohikiia, Ua oiaio na mea i hai ia maluna, pela no ko`u ike ana, aole mea keakea.
[No. 1115 not awarded]