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No. 1287, Kaaha, Honolulu, Oahu, December 8, 1847
The rights from the ali`i are for me at Paakea. My own claim is for two small lo`i and one small pond. My own keikis have two small lo`i /and/ one small pond. There is also a kula, where one house stands, and also a sweet potato kula, where I plant crops.
Farewell to you all, the Land Commissio ....
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.... testimony of the last witness, in regard to these 2 patches, but says Kaaha had another patch in Kapaakea, bounded:
Mauka by Moho's land
Palolo side by Pahau's land
Makai by Samuela's land
Honolulu side by the konohiki.
Pahau, the deputy konohiki of Kapaakea, says the above testimony is correct.
[No. 1287 not awarded]