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No. 1135, Umauma
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim in the `ili `aina at Kamaao in Hono-lulu, adjoining Kaaleo. It is a taro mo`o `aina; on the east is Makailuuwai's place, on the south is Kewalo, on the west and north is Kapa-ka's place.
UMAUMA X, His Mark
Cl. 1135, Umauma, 13 July 1848
Paoa, sworn, This land is in Honolulu aina, called Kaleo. Kalo land without a house, containing about 6 kalo patches, bounded:
Mauka by Piikoi's kalo land
Waititi by the same
Makai by Kinimaka, Ewa also.
Claimant got this land from Kinimaka in time of Governor Adams, and has ever since held it in peace.
Kumuhee, sworn, confirmed the above testimony in the several particulars.
N.T. 131-132v ....
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.... pos;s land
Makai, the stsream
Ewa, Makailuuwai's land.
Land from Kinimaka in 1842, and he lived there until his death in 1849, at which time the land was bequested to his (Umauma) wife, Iliaka. After she had lived there for a while, she returned the place to Kinimaka and he has had it since, 1849 to the present time. Recently, on November 7th past, Iliaka gave Kinimaka a permanent deed for her husband's interest. No one has ever objected to this claim from the beginning to this day. See page 71 of this book for Iliaka's deed.
Manoa, sworn, I have known about this place in the same way as Puniwai has related here. I am one of the witnessess for the return of this claim to Kinimaka by Iliaka and my signature is attached to her agreement document. Kahina and I are the witnesses with our signatures.
[No. 1135 not awarded]