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No. 1463, Wahahee, Waikiki, Oahu, December 9, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell of my land claim at Kaluakau in Waikiki. I have two lo`i there. I also have a house claim at Waikiki with one house there.
I got this place in the time of Kamehameha I and hare held it peace-fully with no objections. I have three other lo`is at Nukuaula in Waikiki which were given me by Nalaweha in the year 1846 which I have held in peace with no objections.
Cl. 1463, Wahahee, December 18, 1848
Opio, sworn, I know this land. It is in Waititi, district of Kaluakau and Kanukuaula, consisting of kalo land kula, and a house lot in Helumoa.
House lot, claimant has one household. It is fenced.
Mauka is Kekuanaoa's, ....
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.... lae, Kaaipuaa
Makai, a government patch
Kalaiheana had given Wahahee the house lot during the time of Kaahumanu I, which is Section I and he has lived there since that time to the present; no one has objected.
Pakanaka had given section II at the time of Kaahumanu I and he /Wahahee/ has always lived there without any objections.
Sections III and IV are from Nalaweha at the time M. Kekuanaoa was touring on Oahu here probably in the year 1846 and life has always been the same to the present time without any objections.
Kahiuka, sworn, Our testimonies are similar /the hearing for/ sections 3 and 4 have been postponed till Nalaweha is available.
[Award 1463; R.P. 715; Helumoa Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .14 Ac.; R.P. 4247; Kanukuaula Waikiki Kona;; 2 ap.; .97 Ac.]