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No. 1187, Keolanui
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my claim for three lo`i in the `ili of Kamuliwai in the Ahupua`a of Moanalua, on the lsland of Oahu, which are bounded on the north by the mo`o of Kuapalahalaha on the east by the lo`is of Pilo, on the south by the lo`is of Kealoha, on the west by the lo`i of Nahookele. These are my claims which I tell you of, which I made with my own hand ....
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.... and is mauka
Ulualoha's land is here in this tirection
Nahookele's land, makai
Kualahalaha's land, Ewa.
This land had been mine and it was acquired by Keolanui's parents during the time of Kamehameha I. They have lived there to this day although they now have given the land to Keolanui and no one has objected to him "
[Award 1187; R.P. 2312; Muliwai Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .46 Ac.]