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No. 1423, Kahalehau
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I have a small claim to make to you, on Oahu, this Island of the Hawaiian Archipelago, an `ili called Kiokapu in the in the ahupua`a of Waikiki. There are four lo`i which I have occupied since Boki sailed to Kukuma /probably Rotuma/ until the present, and also a house lot at Kamoku. No one has objected. There are twelve coconut trees and I have one bank /of a lo`i./
I am, with thanks,
Waikiki, Oahu, December 9, 1847
Cl. 1423, Kahalehau, October 13, 1848
Uma, sworn, This lan ....
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.... ai, Kekuanaoa
Honolulu, my place.
There is a sleeping house, the second is a food preparation house and the third house is for Kaaha.
Kanae had given the first section in the year 1835 and he (Kahalehau) has lived there since that time and no one has objected. Hopuia had given the second section in the year 1837 and he (Kahalehau) has lived there since that time; no one has objected.
Kaaha had given section 3; no one has objected since the year 1837.
[Award 1423; R.P. 6141; Kiokapu Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; 1.13 Acs; R.P. 1831, Kahalehau for Nahi, Kiokapu Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .5 Ac.]