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No. 1637, Kauma
`Ili of Kanewai, Ahupua`a of Waikiki, Island of Oahu. I have one lo`i, and one small house. My lo`i is bounded on the north by the lo`i of Kaihumua, on the east by the lo`i of Kalama, on the south, the irrigation ditch of Waahila, on the west by the lo`i of Hoewaa. Finished.
No. 1637, Kauma, 9 October 
Uma, sworn, This land is in Kanewai, Waititi.
1. Kula land, no fence nor house:
Mauka, Maalahia and Waialae
Honolulu, Kal ....
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.... me); no one had objected.
Kauma who owned this interest has died and in this year, 1849, this land was returned to the konohiki, Kalama, and Kauma and the land was bequested to Paliku who now lives there. Kauma has no wife, child or relative.
Lehuanui, sworn, Our testimonies are similar. Umu is right and Kauma having no heir, the land was returned to the konohiki. I have personally seen the konohiki give this land to Paliku, filling Kaumu's place. It has been conveyed to a person other than a relative. It has not been surveyed.
[No. 1637 not awarded]