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No. 1148, Kakahukalo
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell of my land claim at Keoneula, five taro patches; on the north is Kiekie's place, on the west is Hooliliamanu's place, on the east is Kaawai's place, on the south is Hooliliamanu's place. Another claim of mine is for my house lot, also at Keoneula.
KAHAKUKALO X, his mark
November 30, 1847
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Kaumealani is the konohiki and his land is mauka
Kooliliamanu's land, Waikiki
Naikaloa's land, makai
Kaneiapapa's land, Ewa.
Kekahukalo received his land from Kalunaaina during Kuakinii time and he has lived there to this day."
Palau, sworn and said, "My knowledge is similar to what Malo has just related here."
[Award 1148; R.P. 5593; Keoneula Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .61 Ac.]