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No. 1695, Namilimili, Kewalo, December 5, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Kewalo, Pauoa, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Naeole, on the east by a po`alima, on the south by the land of Kuaea, on the west by a pig pen. My second claim is bounded on the north by the land of Kukane, on the east by the land of Kamai, on the south by the land of Naopala, on the west by the land of Kamai. /My third claim/ i ....
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.... consists of 2 kalo patches and a house site, bounded:
Mauka by Kahuaina's land
Waikiki side, the same
Makai by the konohiki
Ewa side by Bila's land.
Claimant received this land from a former konohiki, Kamai, in the time of Kinau, and has held it without dispute ever since.
Kaanaana, sworn, says he knows the kuleana, and confirms in full the testimony of the last witness.
[Award 1695; R.P. 1784; Kewalo Honolulu Kona; 4 ap.; .83 Ac.; See 3148 for complete survey]