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No. 1313, Kalamaie
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kalamaia, hereby tell of my /claim/ in the `ili of Wawaloa in Moanalua. There are four lo`i, bounded on the north by the lo`i of Kekupuohi; on the south by the lo`i of Puhi; on the west by the lo`i of Uku; those are two lo`i. The third lo`i is bounded on the north by the lo`i of Kekaha; on the east by the irrigation ditch, on the south by the lo`i of Puhi; on the west by the lo`i of Kekupuohi. /I/ almost forgot another lo`i which adjoins the irrigation ditch.
Cl. 1313, Kalamaie, September 13, 1848
Uku, sworn, This land is not the same with that set forth in ....
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Puhi's land, Ewa
Kekupuohi's land, makai
Kekaha's land, Ewa.
3 - 1 taro patch:
Kanalua's land, mauka
Kaehu's land, Honolulu
Kanewahine's land, makai
Leleahana's land, Ewa.
He /Kalamaie/ had received his land in 1845, probably before this; however, no one has ever objected to him and /name left out/ was the konohiki under the chief Lot Kapuaiwa.
Hoomoeapule, sworn, I have seen his place just as Uku has seen it. The same applies to the patches but he is living under Kilinahe; no one has objected.
[Award 1313; R.P.; 439; Ahua Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .59 Ac; Index lists claimant as Kalamaie for Kilinahe]