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No. 1712, Hikinaakala, Waipio, November 24, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state to you my claim for land at Hanaloa, Waipio, Ewa, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the mo'o of Napuanea, on the east by the ko'ele lo'i of Paki, on the south by the mo'o of Paele, on the west by a well for drinking and for freshwater bathing. My second land claim is bounded on the north by the mo'o of my poki'i* on the east by weed-grown lo'i, on the south the mo'o of Makaloha, on the west the ko'ele lo ....
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.... session ever since.
Ohule, sworn, confirms the above as true.
No. 1712, Hikinakala (court action)
Ehu, sworn he has seen his land Pumaea, a moo land in the ili of Hanaloa of Waipio, Ewa, Oahu - 1 section, 4 patches.
Mauka by Kahuluhulu moo land
Honolulu by Hanaloa koele
Makai by Kumalaewai moo land
Waianae by Kualii koele.
Land from Nalimu at the time of Kinau. No one objected to him.
Ohule, sworn, he has known in the same way as Ehu.
[Award 1712; R.P. 5087; Manaloa Waipio Ewa; 2 ap.; .55 Ac.]