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No. 1499, Kapalu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim, for four taro lo`i, one fish pond and a house lot in the `ili of Kewalo, in Pauoa, Island of Oahu, also a salt bed at Kukuluaeo adjoining Honolulu, Oahu. That is what I have to tell you, the Commissioners.
Maunahao at Kewalo, Honolulu, Oahu, December 7, 1847
Cl. 1499, Kapalu, December 27, 1848, See page 506,
Kawalelei, sworn, I know this land. It is in Pauoa, Kewalu, being kalo and salt ponds in Kukuluaeo, near Honolulu & house lot in Kewalu.
1. House lot. Claimant has one house partly fenced.
Mauka is my land
Waititi is Kauhi
Ewa, J. Booths.
2. Two kalo patches.
3. Two patches.
Waititi, Kuhia, formerly
4. Several salt ....
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.... y Newa's land
Honolulu, John Booth's land.
3. Two patches:
Mauka is Keowai's land
Waikiki by Kahaawi's land
Makai by Keowai's land
Ewa, Kahue's land.
4. Two patches:
Mauka is Keowai
Waikiki by Kuhia's original land, Kahaloa
Makai by Keawe's land
Ewa, Keowai's land.
Six salt beds:
Mauka is my land
Waikiki by Kahue's land
Ewa, Kikane's land.
The taro land and the house lot are from J. Piikoi and the salt patches were received at the time Manuia was living at the fort. Piikoi is the present konohiki. Laanui had protested about the patches while Piikoi had not raised any objections for the same.
Kauhi had given the salt land during Kinau's time and no one had objected.
Postponed until other witnesses are summoned.
[Award 1499; R.P. 1792; Kewalo Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .33 Ac.; Auwaiolimu Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; 1.66 Acs]