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No. 1800, Waianae
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: /I have held/ my claim at Keauhou and Kaluaopalena, mauka of Kalihi, Island of Oahu, from the year 1841 to this day on which I petition you for my land claim.
The mo`o at Keauhou is bounded on the north by the road which goes from sea to the upland, on the east by the land of the Ahupua`a, on the south by the land of Keko, on the west by the land of W. Beckley and the po`alima lo`i of the konohiki.
Here is another claim and its boundaries: on the north, the lo`i of Kaaikanaka, on the east, by the land of Naeka, on the south by the po`alima lo`i, on the west by the land of Kaaikanaka.
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.... and Kumoho
[No.] 2. 8 taro patches:
Makai, also Ewa, Kaaikanaka
[No.] 3. 4 taro patches:
Mauka, Kaaikanaka, also on Honolulu side
[No.] 4. 1 taro patch at Kaluopalena:
Honolulu and Makai, Pao
[No.] 5. 1 fish pond:
Makai, John Meek
Waianae's land is from Kinopu during the time of Kaahumanu I and he has always lived there to this time; no one has objected.
[Award 1800; R.P. 671; Keauhou Kalihi Kona; 2 ap.; 1.81 Acs]