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No. 1450, Koa, Waikiki, Oahu, December 9, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell of my land claim at Hamohamo in Waikiki. I have one lo`i of my own which was given me by my kaikuaana in the year 1832 and also one lo`i from my punalua which I would inherit if he should die. I also have some kula of mine at Hamohamo.
I also have a house lot at Keklo in Waikiki. My makuas began to occupy that place when Kamehameha I was living and on their deaths it was left to me and I have held it peacefully with no objections. I have two houses ther ....
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.... ae, Kekuanaoa
2. Taro patch:
Mauka is Kuluwailehua
Koa received his interest from his older brother, Kahalekaluli. He had died in 1842 and had bequested these places for this person here /Koa/, and since that time he has lived to the present time, no one objecting. Koa's older brother had lived there a very long time.
Kepaa, sworn, Our testimonies are similar.
[Award 1450; R.P. 2839 & 6805; Hamohamo Waikiki Kona; 3 ap.; 1.71 Acs]