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No. 1601, Kekoamiki, Hoaeae, November 27, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands. Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land and house claim. This land is at Luaerai in Hoaeae. Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land fence and my house and the land of Hinawale, on the east by the land of Hinawale, on the south by the land of Kaihumau, on the west by a po`alima. The second of my claims is at Kalokoeli in Hoaeae. It is bounded on the north by the land of Kaihumau, on the east by the land of Hinawale, on the south by the land of Kaihikapu, on the west by a po`alima. This land was from my in-laws.
I am, with thanks, your obedie ....
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Honolulu by Kuainiho moo land
Makai by Kalaekea moo land
Waianae by Pakai moo land.
Land from Namauu at the time of Kaahumanu. Komiki did give this land to Holualoa.
Section 2 -Holokoeli ili land, Kalaekea taro moo in Hoaeae, Oahu, the boundaries:
Mauka by Kalaekea iki moo land
Honolulu by Kalaekea nui, Kailikapu moo land
Makai by Kalaekea nui, Kailikapu moo land
Waianae by Kalaekea nui, Kailikapu moo land.
Land from Kaihikapu at the time of Kinau. No one had objected.
Kaneahuea, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kamii.
[Award 1601; R.P. 781; Keahupuaa Hoaeae Ewa; 1 ap.; 1.3 Acs; Kekoamiki for Holualoa]