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No. 31 F.L., Waihinano
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land at Pawaa of Maalo, `Ili in Waikiki, Kona, Oahu. There are twenty-two taro lo`i, one kula, 1 [illegible?] coconut tree. In the `Ili of Kalia, Waikiki, Kona, is one house lot and 1 [illegible?] lauhala tree.
No. 31 FL, Waihinano, (see page 283), 6 January 1852
Paele, sworn, I have seen his land section in the ili lands listed below.
Section 1 - 3 lele patches of Pawaa and Kaohewai.
Section 2 - 3 patches and pasture, Pawaa.
Section 3 - 16 patches, Pawaa.
Section 4 - House site in Kalia.
Mauka, Paukuwahie's land
Waialae, "Pahoa" John Young's land
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.... on the Waialae side of Keohoaeae's patch. One week we would poalima Kumuulu, on the next week we did Kepoe and we alternated this way each week. On konohiki week lele work was at Kaohewai of Kamooiliili and in another koele which is on the mauka side. A pasture is in this lele of Makiki from the bread-fruit to the kukui tree, from there to the entrance of Keana and returning to the lower end. Kahalepaka adjoining the west side of Kapaakea is the lele of this lele of this land with two patches, one of which was a very little patch. There is another lele in Pawaa close to Kahiualani which is a pond and is now used for raising Kahiwalani's birds. Unua, the daughter of Maalo and her husband Mai lived in this lele.
[Award 31 F.L.; R.P. 3715; Kalia Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .56 Ac.]