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No. 1190, Kahaumanu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land and house claim at Kapakahi, an `ili at Moanalua, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Kahaleahu, on the east by the land fence, on the south by the land of Akaina, on the west by the po`alua lo`is of the Alii. One house adjoins on the windward side of Akaina's house, and one of my lo`i adjoins the mauka side of the irrigation ditch. Kamookahi is the name in this `ili.
Four pu`uone /sand hill ponds/ adjoin Kaipuni, the fish ....
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.... 's land is here on this side
my property, makai and Ewa.
Section two has eight patches and four fish ponds.
The street Ewa is mauka
Kaina's land is in this direction here
the prisoners' patch, makai
Pohaha's land, Ewa.
Kahaumanu's land is from me, given at the time Poki had returned from England and I was the konohiki under Manuhoa and he [Manuhoa] was a konohiki under Hoapili. He [Kahaumanu] has lived there in peace to this day with no objections."
[No. 1190 not awarded; See Award 1495B]