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No. 1488, Kaahu, J. H.
The Land Claim of John Henry Kaehu at Moanalua. No. 1
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby petition for my land claim at Moanalua. I have a mo`o in the `ili of Kamuliwai in the Ahupua`a of Moanalua. There are six lo`i within this mo`o. Their boundaries are: on the north, the mo`o of Kanewahine, on the east the long irrigation ditch of Pepehu, on the south, the mo`o of Kaeha, on the west the banana farm of ....
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.... house lot:
Mauka and Honolulu, Kekuanaoa's pasture
Ewa, hogs' sty.
2. 5 taro patches at Kamuliwai:
Mauka is Pepehu
Makai, Keuki stream
Kaehu's place had been from me in the year 1839 and he has always lived there to the present time; no one has objected. Kealoha is the konohiki now.
[Award 1488; R.P. 5955; Kamuliwai Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .36 Ac.; I.H. Keehu for Kekohai]