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No. 1514, Kaauhau
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim for two lo`i, one kula, in the `ili of Pahupahuapuaa at Waikiki.
Keawamuku at Waikiki, December 4, 1847
Cl. 1514, Kauhau, December 29, 1848
Wailehua, I know tis land. It is in Waititi, consisting of:
1. House lot is in Makalia, 1 house & partly fenced.
Makai, Kaluahinenui, Honolulu, also.
2. Kula in Pahupahupuaa:
Honolulu, Z. Kaauwai.
3. One patch in Pahupahupuaa:
Mauka is Kekuanaoa's
Waialae is Noho
Makai is my place
4. One patch in Kukuaula:
Mauka is Kaluahinenui
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.... #39;s land
Honolulu, Kaauwai's land.
3. One patch is at Pahupahuapuaa where:
Mauka is Kekuanaoa's land
Waialae, Naoho's land
Makai, my Kiokuapoi land.
4. Fourth section wherein is one patch at Nukunukuaula.
Mauka is Kaluahinenui's land
Waialae, Nalaueha's land
Makai, Kaua's land
Honolulu, my land.
Kaauhau's land which is the patch at Nukuaula is from Nalaueha and was obtained in the year 1844 and I had given him the other sections. Nalaueha's interest had been from Kaahumanu I and he has lived there in peace; no one had objections.
Nalaueha, sworn, Truly, those are his (Kaauhau) patches, do not protest.
[Award 1514; R.P. 710; Kalia Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .08 Ac.; Kanukuaula Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .6 Ac.; Pahupahuapuaa Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; .85 Ac.]