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No. 1117, Kalukini, Hale Kauila
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kalukini, hereby tell you of my claim for land and house lot, for my mo`o `aina and four patches, one kula, five patches to my tenant, 1 sea shore, named Nokunoa. Kaaula is the name of the taro mo`o. I am the konohiki of this taro mo`o, however, it was taken by Kainalii. I had the land taken from me without having committed a fault. As stated in the Law, I lived comfortably until 1842 or the 38th of Sept. At this time ....
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The boundaries are
Hoomoeapule's land, mauka
Kaakau's land, Honolulu
Inaikolea, a land, makai
Hooooeapuli's land, Ewa.
Kalukini's land is from Ulili, his father, but he died in 1842 and the land had been bequested to Kalukini. These are four patches and one pasture.
Iokewe, sworn and said, "I have seen this place exactly as Kaawa has just related here."
[Award 1117; R.P. 343; Kaulaili Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; 1.1 Acs]