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No. 1374, Kuheleloa
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my claim for eight lo`i and also a house lot in the `ili of Pawaa, in Waikiki, Island of Oahu. I lived there before the law was enacted
Cl. 1374, Kuheleloa, September 25, 1848
Mahoe, sworn, This place is in Pawaa, Waititi, consisting of two lots.
1. House lot, with two kalo patches, one house of Claimant bounded
Mauka by Ihuku's land
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.... i's land
Makai, Napohaku's place
Honolulu, John Ii's land.
John Ii had given Kuheleloa land at the time of Kamehameha I; however, the interest is for Kuheleloa's wife. The name of my wife is Kahakumaka and we have been married for probably four years but the possessor of the claim is my wife. No one is objecting at present. John Ii owns the land and Oopu is under him as an attendant.
Tabled until Kahakumaka shall come. John Ii: Our /two/ testimonies are similar; no one has objected.
[Award 1374; R.P. 3824; Pawaa Kona; 2 ap.; .93 Ac.]