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No. 1350, Kamamaka
To the Land Commissioners; Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim in the `ili in Kapea at Kapaloa, Pauoa, in Honolulu, a taro mo`o under the Konohiki. Five taro lo`i adjoin: on the east is Kuhia's; on the south is Makal-oulu's; on the west is Kuhia's lo`i; and on the north is the po`alima lo`i of Kuhia. My house lot claim is at Auwaiolimu, adjoining Kapaloa, on the south of Hikiau; on the east of Naopala; on the north of Auwaiolimu; on the west of Kahualna's.
KAMAMAKA X, His mark
Cl. 1350, Kamamaka, September 20, 1848, Counter #. Kuhia, Cl. 8879
Kekuanoni, sworn, I know this land. It is in the ili of Kupea, Pauoa. It is one piece of kula and 3 kalo patches bounded:
Mauka by Makaiolu's
Waititi by Kulua's
Makai by the same
Ewa by Pehu's.
Claimant had this land fromKuhia in time of Auhea Kekauluohi, before 1839, and has held it undisturbed till since last ....
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.... r $10.00 because he was indebted to C. H. Nicholson, but Kamamaka had denied him this request. He kept the land for six months and a hearing was heard by S. P. Kalama, when the land was returned to Kamamaka and he has it at this time. Page 293 of this vol.
No. 1350, Kamamaka, From page 292, September 20, 1848
KaMakainau, sworn, I have seen his house lot at Auwaiolimu.
Mauka is my place
Makai, a pasture
Ewa, a river.
Kamamaka had received this land from Keaweluahi at the time of Kekauluhi after the year 1839.
Postponed to Friday at 10 a.m. for Keaweluahi and E. Kuhia. See page 295 of this vol.
No. 1350, Kamamaka, From page 212, September 22, 1848
E. Kuhia, I have no desire to object to the three patches for which Kamamaka has filed a claim to the claim officers. See page 293
[Award 1350; R.P. 131; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .89 Ac.; Kapaloa Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .81 Ac.]