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No. 1243, Kahoowaha
Land Commissioners, House of Privy Council, Greetings to you all: I, the undersigned, tell you of all my claims in Kalihi on the Island of Oahu. I got them in the year 1842, from thence until now. (1) A claim is at Kalihi waena /middle/ in the land of the konohiki, Alika, and is bounded on the north by a lo`i of Alika and Kuloa; on the east by the land for Kuloa; on the south by a pa`ahao lo`i which is named Keoloewa; on the west by Kaailauhala's land.
House Claim. It was gotten in the year given above, and is in Kalihi kai in the `ili of Alika in Kalihi, Oahu. It is bounded on the north by Punaula; on the east by a kula for Hoolilia ....
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.... d one house is in this lot.
John Meek's land is mauka, makai and Ewa also
Alika's land, Ewa.
This is a pasture land that has been enclosed.
[No.] 3. Section three has 11 patches.
Alika's land is mauka
Kuloa's land, Honolulu
a government land, makai
Kailauhala's land and Maui's land, Ewa.
Kahoowaha received this land during the reign of Kamehameha II and he has lived on this land in peace to this day. Alika is the konohiki of this land."
Kaaikauaha, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property exactly as Kaililaukea has just related here."
[No. 1243 not awarded]