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No. 1375, Kapule
To the Land Commi8sioners, Greetings and the peace of God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my claims. I have a portion of one lo`i, and one pond, at Kewalo. Another claim is at Pauoa, where I hawe half a lo`i. A house lot is at Kewalo next to Honolulu, however, in Waikiki.
Place of residence: Pawaa
No. 1375 & 2284, Kapule, 28 March 1854
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.... included in the same piece.
It is bounded:
Mauka, by the land of Kekuanoni
Waikiki side by a stone wall
Makai by Laanui
Ewa side by a stream.
Claimant received this land from Kuhia, the konohiki, in the lifetime of Kinau, and he held it in peace up to the time of his death last year. It is at present cultivated by Wahineaea, the brother-in-law of Kapule.
[Award 1375; R.P. 1905; Kapaloa Pauoa Kona; 1 ap.; .73 Ac.]