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No. 1719, Hilea, Honouliuli, November 25, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state to you my claim for land at Kaaumakua in Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of Oahu it is bounded on the north by the irrigation ditch, on the east by the land of Kauwauwa, on the south by a kula, on the west by a po`alima.
My second land claim is at Kaaumakua in Honouliuli, bounded on the north by bulrushes and the irrigation ditch, on the east, south and west by bulrushes.
[No.] 1719, Hilea, claimant
Kumupopo, sworn says, the land of claimant consists of 2 pieces:
1st a moo aina of 5 lois and a kula kahuahale, called Kaunuwahine in ....
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.... has seen his land of 2 sections, the first of which is a moo land with 5 patches and a pasture house site in the ili of Kaaumakua in Honouliuli, Ewa, Oahu. The boundaries are:
Section 1 - 5 patches in the moo land.
Mauka by Maui's moo land
Honolulu by land enclosure
Makai by Konohiki's koele
Waianae by Kumuula moo land.
Section 2 - Kamookahi, a patch, the boundaries are:
Mauka Akaakai of Kaaumakua
Honolulu by Akaakai of Kaaumakua ditch
Makai by Akaakai of Kaaumakua
Waianae by Kamilomilo, moo land.
Land from Kawaa at the time of Kaahumanu, no objections.
Poopuu, sworn, confirms Kumupopo's testimony.
[Award 1719; R.P. 2870, Kaaumakua Honouliuli Ewa; 1 ap.; 1.01 Acs]