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No. 1229, Keliinui
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim in the Ahupua`a, in an `ili at Kapalama, Island of Oahu. On the north is the land of Palau; on the east is the lo`i of Paupau; on the south is the land of Pi; on the west is the land of Kuula. One house adjoins on the windward side of the land fence.
KELIINUI X, his mark
2 December 1847
Cl. 1229, Keliinui, August 21, 1848
Pi, sworn, This land is in Palama, Kona, in two pieces.
1. House lot ....
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.... land, Ewa.
Keliinui's land is from Kaaumoa acquired in the year 1844. He (Kaaumoa) was the overseer under Huakini and Moser had owned this land."See page 206, Vol. 1O
No. 1229, Keliinui (from page 221, Volume 3), 2 March 1853
Namohala, sworn, upon the death of my punalua, Keliinui, he had conveyed his claim to Hoaai, my son. Hoaai pays for the claim and attends konohiki work, thus Hoaai has had the land to the present time.
[Award 1229; R.P. 2016 & 5459; Kawaipilopilo Kapalama Kona; 2 ap.; .91 Ac.]