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No. 1141, Kapeleaumoku
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim, and my house lot, in the `ili `aina at Kawananakoa in Honolulu, a taro mo`o `aina, one taro patch and the house lot and a kula; on the south is Kaimihau's place, on the north is Piilani's place, on the east is Kaimihau's place and on the west is Kaakahi's place. Seven patches are in another place, however, adjoining the `ili `aina: on the north is the Government road, on the east is the irrigation ditch of Alewa, on the south is the patch of Kaina, on the west is Napohaku's place.
KAPELEAUMOKU X, his mark< ....
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.... two houses, a pasture and a hog's sty, all belonging to Kapeleaumoku.
2. And the boundaries of the second section:
Kaaha's land, mauka
Napohaku's land, Waikiki
the government road, makai
Kaaha's land, Ewa.
There are many patches and one pasture in this section; however, there is no fence and no house. Kapeleaumoku's land is from Kaaha given in the year 1841 and no one had objected."
Kalahoouka, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property exactly as Hawaii has just stated here."
[Award 1141; Land Patent 8106; Kawananakoa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .24 Ac.]