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No. 44 F.L., Paele, Honolulu, January 15, 1852
The Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is signed below, hereby enter my claim for land in Kawaiki, lele of Kuhimana, `ili of the Fort of Honolulu, Oahu There is one parcel with seven lo`i and one house site, bounded as follows: mauka, land of Naheana, Waikiki, land of Naueiki and of the Government, makai, Kawaiki, `ili of Honolulu, Ewa, land of Makanoenoe and Mikapala. I got this land from Naueiki, the konohiki, this land which I have occupied without objec-tions from long ago when the people began to seek the right /when the missionaries came/, that is as long ....
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.... o poalima and no koele here and registering this claim has been neglected. Naneiki is konohiki there are 4 poalims koeles, 2 are for Naneiki and the other two for the government.
Makanoenoe, sworn, I have seen his land at Kawaiki lele of Kuhimana ili for Honolulu Oahu of 7 patches and a house site in one piece.
Mauka, Kaheana's land
Waikiki, Naneiki's land
Makai, Pelu's land
Ewa, Kanoenoe's land.
As claimed in the land of Mikapala, Paele's land from Naneiki at the time of Kinau after Nahienaena's death in 1837, no objections and no koele or poalima.
[No. 44 F.L. not awarded]