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No. 1533, Kealaiki
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I have held my land claim at Waihi, mauka of Hoaeae in Ewa on Oahu, since the year 1844 until this day on which I petition you. There are four lo`i, explained as follows: Two lo`i adjoin on the west side of the po`alima lo`is, one of my lo`i at Kiaiiole, adjoins the west side on the east side of the land of Kapili, one of my lo`i is at Kalokoeli adjoining the house lot.
KEALAIKI X, his mark
Cl. 1533, Kealaiki, January 19, 1849
Mi, sworn, I know this place. It is in Hoaeae ahupuaa, Ewa, consisting of kula land with a house and kalo land with 3 patches, in one lot.
Mauka is Kukahoe
Kaiawa, under konohiki to Namauu, gave this plac ....
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No. 1533 and 1606, Kealaiki (court action)
Kaneahuea, Konohiki, sworn, he has seen his land Koipuu, a taro moo in the ili of Waihi in the ahupuaa of Hoaeae, Oahu. The boundaries are:
Mauka by Koipuuiki taro moo
Honolulu by Kaauwai adjoining Kiaiiole
Makai by Makuakuaole moo land
Waianae by Land enclosure.
Land from Namauu at the time of Liholiho. Kaneahuea's landlord Puoa has taken the grapevines and banks because of the work done previously by the konohiki in 1848. This place is for Kealaiki - 3 taro patches and the pasture.
Kamii, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kaneahuea. He believes the grape vines are for Kealaiki.
[Award 1533; R.P. 779; Muki Hoaeae Ewa; 1 ap.; 2.22 Acs; See also 1696 same award]