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No. 1520, Laipo
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: My land claim at Kaliawa, mauka of Kalihi, Island of Oahu, is from the year 1847 until the day on which I petition you. There are two lo`i together, mauka of the po`alima lo`i, and one of my lo`i adjoins mauka of the lo`i of Kapuunoni.
LAIPO X, his mark
7 December 1847
Cl. 1520, Laipo, December 29, 1848
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.... ulahaole's land, Ewa.
2. Two patches are in the second section where:
Mauka is Kalaaulahaole's land
Honolulu, Kapuunoni's land
Makai, W. Beckley's land
Ewa, Kapakai's land.
Laipo's land, the first patch, is from me given at the time of Liliha and the other two patches are from the konohiki, Kahunahana given in the year 1846. He serves under W. Beckley.
[No. 1520 not awarded]