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No. 1635, Keliipio
`Ili of Kanewai, Ahupua`a of Waikiki, Island of Oahu. I have two lo`i, one on the east and one on the west. My lo`i on the west is bounded: on the north by the lo`i of Kalama, on the east by the kula of Maalahia, on the south by the lo`i of Kalama, on the west by the lo`i of Kanemakini. One small house.
No. 1635, Keliipio, 9 October 
Lehuanui, sworn, This land is Kanewai, Waipio, Waititi, one lot. Kalo land only, no house or fence.
Mauka is a str ....
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.... />1 Taro patch and the boundaries are:
Mauka is the ditch
Waialae, Kalama, the konohiki
Makai, a stream
Honolulu, Kalama, the konohiki.
Keliipio had acquired this place for Kalama in the year 1841 and he has done Friday work for the konohiki; thus he received this land. Kalama is the konohiki at the present time under M. Kekuanaoa and he (Kalama) has always lived there to this time; no one has objected.
Umu, sworn, Our testimonies are similar, no one objecting.
[Award 1635; R.P. 3801; Kanewai Manoa Kona; 1 ap.; .43 Ac.]