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No. 1465, Pulehu, Waikiki, Oahu, December 9, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim at Waiaala in Waikiki. I have one lo`i in taro at this time and also one lo`i with bulrushes. Hueu gave me this place in the year, perhaps, of 1840 and I have held it in peace under the konohiki, with no objections.
Cl. 1465, Pulehu, December 20, 1848
Umiumi, sworn, I know this land. It is in Waiaala, Waititi, kalo land, two patches, bounded:
Mauka by Makahonu
Makai, Kuluh ....
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Pulehu received his interest from Kahue after Kinau had died in the year 1840 perhaps, and he has always lived there to the present time without any objections. Kahue lives under Alika.
Kaua, sworn, Our testimonies are similar. Hearing to be resumed when Alika is available.
No. 1465, Pulehu, February 7, 1849
A. Adams, People who live on my land may do so under me and I will not evict them out of the land. From page 379
[Award 1465; no R.P.; Waiaala Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; 1 Ac.]