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No. 1237, Kaiae
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim at Kaluaopalena, an `ili in Kalihi, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the house of Kaili; on the east by the land of Pao; on the south by the land of Kamaeloa; on the west by the land of Kahinalua, one mo`o, lying from above to below, along the po`alima lo`i. Another mo`o adjoins makai of the land of Kahinalua.
Cl. 1237, Kaiae, August 21, 1848
Pao, sworn, The lan ....
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.... No.] 2. Section II:
Kameeloa's land, mauka
Manini's land, Ewa
Kahinalua's land, makai
Kealoha's land, Honolulu.
There is one patch here with no house or fence.
[No.] 3. Section III - There are 8 patches.
Kahinalua's land is mauka and Honolulu
Kanui's land, makai
I had given him his land during the reign of Kamehameha I and he has lived there to this day peacefully.
[Award 1237; R.P. 1498; Kaluaopalena Kalihi Kona; 2 ap.; 1.3 Acs]