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No. 1155, Naumeki
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and the peace of God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim in the `ili of Waikahalulu in Honolulu, one mo`o, ten taro lo`i: on the north is Kahiwa's place, on the south is Keoki's place, on the west is the flowing irrigation ditch, on the east is the big stream. My house lot claim is also in my mo`o.
NAUMEKI X, His mark
December 2, 1847
Cl. 1155, Naumeke, August 7, 1848
Ohialau, sworn, This is in Owaikahalulu, Honolulu aina, consisting of 10 kalo patches and a house lot in one - there is no house, bounded:
Mauka by G. Wood's land
Waititi by the King's land, by Kahiwa's
Makai and Ewa by a small stream.
Claimant had it from his father who had it fr ....
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Makakoa, sworn, confirms in full the testimony of the last witness.
(C. Kanaina consented to this claim)
No. 1155, Naumeke, August 7, 1848
Ohialau, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property at Waikahalulu in Honolulu district. There are ten patches and one pasture but there is no house.
George Wood's land is mauka
Auwaiolimu, a land, Waikiki
Kahiwa's land, makai
Nuuanu stream, Ewa.
Naumeke's land is from his father and that had been in the year 1835 or 6 perhaps. He has lived there in peace to this day; no one has objected."
Makakoa, sworn and said, "I have seen this property just as Ohialau has just related here."
[Award 1155; no R.P.; Waikahalulu Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; 1.24 Acs]