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No. 1457, Paumano, Waikiki, Oahu, December 9, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell of my land claim at Hamohamo in Waikiki. I have two lo'i, a section of irrigation ditch, and also a kula. Mamala gave me this place in the time of Kaahumanu I. I have occupied it from that time with no objections.
I also have a house lot at Hamohamo. I began to live there in the time of Kaahumanu I. I have not been objected to until this time
Cl. 1457, Paumano, December 15, 1848
Pelekane, sworn, Paumano died lately, and left all his rights to his wife, Kaumaka, who has been his wife since Kaahumanu's time ....
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One has been enclosed and he /Pahemano/ now lives there.
2. 2 taro patches, 1 ditch section:
Mauka is Manaole
3. 1 pasture without a fence where:
Mauka is Kahanaumaikai
He [His wife] had received this interest from Aikanaka through his [her] parents before the missionaries arrived and he has been comfortable to this time; no one has objected.
Kapea, sworn, Our testimonies are similar, there have been no objections.
[Award 1457; R.P. 1273; Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; 1.75 Acs; Paumano for Kaumaka]