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No. 1163, Kaoao
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings, in God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my land claim in the `ili at Waikahalulu in Honolulu. I had my mo`o before the law was printed. There are thirteen taro lo`i: on the south is the land of Keliihauola, on the north is the land of Ohiolau, on the east is Waikahalulu, on the west is the irrigation ditch of Waikahalulu. There is also my claim for a little house lot adjo ....
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Kahuole's land is mauka
Kaanaana's land, Waikiki
Keliiahonui's land, makai
Kahakai's land, Ewa.
Kaoao had received his [her] land from Kaiama in the year 1838. Kaiama was a konohiki and he is dead. No one had objected.
Hina, sworn and stated, I have seen this property exactly as Makakoa has just stated. No one has objected.
[Award 1163; R.P. 2662; Waikahalulu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.48 Acs]