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No. 1271, Kamaua
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings in God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my claim in the `ili of Kiki adjoining Kamooiliili in Waikiki waena. There are two lo`i, bounded on the north by Hopoe; on the east by Kiokapa; on the southeast by Piliamoo; on the west by Hopoe. There is also my claim for my house lot.
Cl. 1271, Kamana, September 4, 1848
Nakai, sworn, This ladn is in the ili of ....
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.... pos;s land, Honolulu.
2. The house lot and
Kahakai's land is mauka
Kaihe's land, makai and Honolulu here.
Kamana had received his land from his parents named Kapalu at the death of Liholiho and he has lived in peace on this land. Paukuwahie had been the konohiki at this time.
Kapawa, sworn and stated, "I have known about this land just as Nakai has known about it."
[Award 1271; R.P. 722; Kiki & Maulukikepa Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; 1.15 Acs]