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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 makuahine, and on her death it was bequeathed to me. At this time my mo`o `aina has been taken by the people. Therefore, it would be proper for ....
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Kahuku, ka pali
Koolauloa aina o Kuanonoehu & K'wai.[?]
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]