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No. 1385, Kaelemakule
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and the peace of God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my claim for one lo`i at Auaukai, one row at Hohe /of taro'/, also a house lot at Keomuku in Waikiki, Island of Oahu
Cl. 1385, Kaelemakule, October 9, 1848
Kokomo, sworn, This place is in Auaukai, Waititi. It is kalo land, consisting of
1. House lot, fenced and claimant owns one house on it, bounded:
Mauka by Kapule's land, Waialae also
Makai by sea
Honolulu by Kuapaiea's.
2. One k ....
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.... o one has objected.Postponed until Kamaukoli shall come also.
No. 1385, Kaelemakule (from page 327, volume 3), Claim Settlement Building, 16 April 1852
Objection by konohiki, Kamehameha III
Kelemakule, sworn, I have been in error in the filing of my single row claim in the koele patch of the konohiki called "Hohe" in Waikiki, Oahu. I hereby reject my interest in that patch. It shall be for the konohiki forever without opposition and I shall live under the konohiki similarly to the old ways of this land.
[Award 1385; R.P. 2829; Auaukai Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .17 Ac.]