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No. 43 F.L., Kamaka, Honolulu, January 19, 1852
The Land Commissioners, Respectfully, I hereby enter my claim at Kuaipaako, `Ili in Honolulu, Oahu. There are four taro lo`i and one lo`i po`alima. I got this land from Kaahaaina in the year 1845, and have lived peacefully with no objections until this time.
No. 43 FL, Kamaka, 19 January 1852
Hohopa, sworn, I have seen his land at Kuaipaako ili for Honolulu, Oahu, of four patches and a poalim ....
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.... was under M. Kekuanaoa of the fort. One koele poalima are in 5 patches of Kamaka. One poalima patch is left for the government, the konohiki had personally tended this patch. This land has a lele toward the mountains directly in the back of Kawawanakoa, it is Kaaha. Part of this land is in the claim of Keliikahiliole, still another portion has been used for a church and school, and John Ii has a portion, no objections to the present time.
[Award 43 F.L.; Royal Land Patent No. 8052; Aipaako Honolulu Kona; 4 ap.; .81 Ac.]