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No. 1329, Kaa
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kaa, as the claimant for a house in the `ili of Punaalana and fifteen lo`i in the `ili of Laimi in Nuuanu, Island of Oahu. The house claim is bounded on the north by the lo`is of Hanale Haole /Henry Haole/, on the east by the school house land and the school house; on the south by the claims of Kanakaole and Mo`o; on the west by the lot of Kamana. The fifteen lo`i in the `ili of Laimi in the land of Kiki are bounded on the east by the land of Kiki, on the south by the land of the schoolhouse; on the west by the land of Hanale Haole. However, three lo`i, the 13th, 14th and 15th ....
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.... one house of his own and it is without an enclosure.
2 - 15 taro patches:
Mauka is Kiki's land
Waikiki, Nakea's land
Makai, J. T. Lewis' land
Ewa, Thomas Gandall's land.
He (Kaa) had acquired this land during Kaomi's time in the year 1833 or probably 1834 and there it is he has lived since to the present time; no one has objected. It has no enclosure and Asa Kaeo was the konohiki under the king.
Koa, sworn, Halai's testimony and mine are similar.
[Award 1329; R.P. 316; Punaanana Nuuanu Kona; 1 ap.; .65 Ac.(R.P. says .64); Laimi Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.26 Acs]