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No. 1317, Oleloino
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim in the `ili of Umi, Ahupua'a of Moanalua, Island of Oahu, consisting of one whole lo`i and a portion of another lo`i, one sea pool, one house lot.
OLELOINO X, his mark
December 9, 1847
F.T. 477v2< ....
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Kaukaliu's land, makai and
Kealoha's land, Ewa.
I had given him his land at the time Boki was governor of Oahu and since that time to the present, no one has objected to him. Lot was the konohiki under the chief. He /Oleloino/ went to Friday work regularly.
[Award 1317; R.P. 429; Umi Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; 1.08 Ac.]