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No. 1137, Keawe
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim for land in the `Ili at Kepakua in Kapaloa in Pauoa, a taro mo`o `aina, with four patches: on the east is Keawe's place, on the south is Kaiwihula's place, on the west is Kuhia's place, on the north is Paniani's place. The house lot and its five patches; on the south is Kaiwihula's place, on the west is Laenui's place, on the north is Paniani's place.
KEAWE X, his mark
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.... trees in the land which were planted before the battle of Nuuanu. The konohiki takes the fruit. [Margin note: The board decided that all trees should go to the claimant & the land with it that lies within.]
Manaia, sworn, says she knows this kuleana. She confirms in full the testimony of last witness. The konohiki has taken the fruit of the cocoa nuts since the time of Kinau.
Kaiwi claims the cocoa nut trees for the King.
[Award 1137; R.P. 1979; Kapaloa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .91 Ac.]