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No. 1720, Hilinae, Honouliuli, November 27, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state to you my claims for land and house. This land is at Polapola in Honouliuli, and is bounded on the north by the pa`ahao and the land of Kikala, on the east by the land of Kikala, on the south by the land of Kawaokele, on the west by the land of Kaplioho.
My second land claim is at Polapola in Honouliuli and is bounded on the north by the land of Kekai, on the east by the land of Laamaikahiki, on the south by the land of Kawaokele, on the west by the pond of Ohai.
My house claim is at Polapola in Honouliuli, bounded on the north by Upai, on the ....
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.... land of Kapiioho
Honolulu by the land of Konohiki
Nakai by the land of Kikala
Waianae by the same.
Apana 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Upai
Honolulu by the land of Kalaoa
Makai by the land of Laamaikahiki
Waianae by a land boundary wall.
He received these parcels of land from Naio, his makuakane, in the time of Kamehameha I and occupied them in peace until his death in the smallpox epidemic in 1853, and his wife died at that time also, leaving his daughter and her husband, Kaneiahuea, and they have had the care of the land until the present without dispute. I am the deputy konohiki - I do not oppose them.
[Award 1720; R.P. 3287; Polapola Honouliuli Ewa; 2 ap.; .927 Ac.]