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No. 1379, Kapule II
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: s: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my claim for two lo`i at Auaukai, two rows /of taro/* at Hohe, one irrigation ditch, the pond named Kalokomoo, also a house lot at Keomuku in Waikiki, Island of Oahu.
/*A communal taro patch at Waikiki./
No. 1379, Kapule II, September 29, 1848
Wailehua, sworn, This land is in the ili of Auaukai, Waititi, claimant has a house lot in the next ili of ....
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.... />2. 2 taro patches:
Mauka, Waialae and Makai is Keohokalole's land
Honolulu, Peleuli's land.
3. 2 rows of taro:
Mauka for people
Waialae, Paka's land
Makai, Keohoka lole's place
Honolulu here, Kaluahinenui's place.
Kapule II had received his land from Kamaukoli at the time of Kaahumanu I and he has lived peacefully to the present time; no one has objected. He had gone to do Friday detail regularly. Kamaukoli was his konohiki.
[Award 1379; R.P. 2824; Auaukai Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; .25 Ac.]