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No. 1549, Kaale
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings; and thanks, in God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim situated in the Ahupua`a of Kalihi, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands. The name of this land is Kuha and its boundaries are as follows:
On the east is the land of Napaku, on the southeast the irrigation ditch and the land of Aki, on the west is the lot of Kanepaiki and a land of Nahinu, on the north is the land of Kahaha.
The length of time on this land is from the reign of Kahekili to the battle of Nuuanu and t ....
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.... o Kanepaiki
Ewa, John Meeks' place.
Kaale's land is from his father, Kaimuai, who died in 1831, and Kaale had always lived peacefully until the year 1846 when Kaniku had taken that land.
Kaimuai had received his land from his father and Kaimuai's father had received his land from Kahekili. When Kaale obtained this land, Kaniku took it and gave it to Aholo, these patches numbering 40 and a pasture. Now Kaale lives without land.
Kanakahi, sworn, My knowledge is similar to Kapehe's (knowledge).
[No. 1549 not awarded]