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No. 1161, Kunahihi
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my land claim in the `ili at Waikahalulu in Honolulu. I lived on the land before the law was enacted. There are in my mo`o, eight taro lo`is situated on the north is the land of Keoni, on the south is the land of Kaanaana, on the east is the flowing stream, on the west is the irrigation dltch. There is /also/ my claim for a little kula adjoining the northteast side of my mo`o. Also a house lot, adjoining my mo`o. It is finished.
KUNAHIEI X, His mark
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.... />Piho, sworn and stated, "I have seen Kunahihi's place at Waikahalulu in Honolulu district consistng of seven patches and one pasture, but there is no fence.
Kaanaana's land is mauka
Auwaiolimu, a land, Waikiki
Keoni's land, makai
Kahakai's land, Ewa.
Kunahihi's land is from me and that was in the year 1837 and he has lived there in peace to this day."
This is clear to the land officers; no further hearing is necessary.
[Award 1161; R.P. 5626; Waikahalulu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .51 Ac.]