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No. 1304, Keawekoloua
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and peace: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim at Wailupe, in the 'ill of Puhaiki. It is bounded on the east by a stream; on the north by the land of Puhaiki 2, on the south the land of Uluoa, on the west by the land of Nakao. Those are the boundaries of my land.
KEAWEKOLOUA X, his mark
December 4, 1847
Cl. 1304, Keawekoloua, September ....
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.... ture. There is no fence.
Pika's land is mauka
Kaululoa land, Waialae and Makai
A precipice and Maalahi's place, Ewa.
Keawekolona received his land from Kamaha and he has lived there for probably four years, altho' there had been no outright sale with Kamaha and he has men under him.
Kamaha's claim has been postponed to Wednesday. See page 268 of this vol.
[Award 1304; R.P. 1265, Pahaikilalo Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; 1 Ac.]