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No. 1506, Waikiki /Female/
To the Land Commissloners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim for two rows of hills /of taro/ in the lo`i of Hohe in Waikiki, also a small kula and also a house lot. That is what I have to tell you.
Ulukou at Waikiki, December 4, 1847
Cl. 1506, Waikiki, wahine, December 27, 1848
Kamae, sworn, I know this land. It is in ....
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.... >Honolulu, Keawe's land.
2. Two rows of taro at Hohe where:
Mauka are my taro rows
Waialae, Paku's land
Makai, my land
Honolulu here, Kaluahinenui's land.
Waikiki's land and house site are from Kaahumanu I. After her death, the land was under Kinau and at his death, it is now under V. Kamamalu.
Postponed until a witness has been summoned.
[Award 1506; R.P. 4723; Ulukou Waikiki; 1 ap.; .16 Ac.]