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No. 1509, Maikaaloa
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim for one row of /taro/ hills in the lo`i of Hohe, in the `ili of Kalia, Island of Oahu, /and/ one house lot and a coconut grove; that is my land claim.
Keawamuku at Waikiki, December 4, 1847
Cl. 1509, Maikaloa, October 16, 1848
Kukui, sworn, This land is in Kamoku akahi, a ....
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.... s of this property have been enclosed while other parts have been left open. There is a house.
Mauka is Kini's land
Waialae, Paku's land
Makai, Akuku's land
Honolulu, Kanae's land.
Maikaaloa's land and house lot are from Kaahumanu, which later was acquired by his father and from that time to the present, he has lived in peace. Maikaaloa attends work for Kamaukoli.
[No. 1509 not awarded]