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No. 1351, Kamakainau
To the Land Commissioners. Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim in the `ili of Puhau adjoining Kapaloa in Pauoa, Honolulu, 2 taro mo`os under the konohiki and the kula. There are fifteen lo`i adjoining, bounded on the north by Maha's; on the east by Kaakaukukui's; on the south by Kuhia`s; on the west by the fence.
My house lot claim is at Auwaiolimu, adjoining Kapaloa, on the south by Kuhia's; on the east by the stream; on the north by Kamamaka's; on the west by Kahuaina's.
KAMAKAINAU X, His mark
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.... , Kahuaina's land
Makai, Kamamaka's land
Ewa, property enclosure.
12 taro patches, 1 pasture:
Mauka is Nohomua's land
Waikiki, the property fence
Makai, Moka's land
Ewa, Pehu's land.
This person here had received his [her] land from Kuhia at the time Kinau was living and before 1839. He [She] has lived peacefully to the present; no one has objected. Kuhia was the konohiki.
Kekuanoni, sworn, 0ur testimonies are similar to Naehuelua's testimony.
[Award 1351; R.P. 5606; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 3 ap; 1 Ac.; Kapaloa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.14 Acs]