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No. 1168, Makailuuwai
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my claim for land in the `ili at Kaaihoi, a mo`o with fourteen taro lo`i and a stream adjoining: on the north is the po`alima lo`i of Kinimaka, on the east is Kawananakoa, on the south is the lo`i of Unauna and my little kula, adjoining my mo`o on the stream side. Also there is my claim for my house lot, in the `ili at Kakalaioa, and a kula adjoining my house lot, on the north is Kawananakoa, on the east is Kawananakoa, ....
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.... and Ewa.
Makailuuwai has three houses and the place has been enclosed.
Umauma's land is mauka
Kapakuwaina's land, makai
Piikoi's land and Kaaha's land, Ewa.
Kinimaka had given him land in 1835 and he is livinR there in peace; no one has objected to him to this day."
Kahili, sworn and stated, "I have seen exactly as Kaiapapa has just related here; no one has objected to him."
[Award 1168; R.P. 7564; Kaaleo Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 3 Acs]