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No. 53 F.L., Mahoe, Honolulu, Oahu, March 2, 1852
To the Land Commissioners, in Honolulu, Greetings: I hereby enter our claim, with my makuakane, Kauiaole, for six lo`i and the kula places, in the `ili of Kaukahoku, Honolulu, Oahu. There are four parcels, as follows:
Parcel 1. 2 lo`i
Parcel 2. 2 lo`i and a cultivated kula.
Parcel 3. 2 lo`i
Parcel 4. kula which has been completely fenced.
It was gotten by Keauiaole from John A. Kuakini when he was the Gover-nor of Oahu in the year 1831, perhaps. He lived there with no objec-tions until the 2nd day of January, 1841, when he ceased to be a sol-dier. At this time he returned the land to me and his occupation of soldier, wi ....
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.... r />This land to Mahoe from his father, Keauiaole on 2 January 1844, no objections to the present. Keauiaole's land from J.A. Kuakini in 1831 and he lived there till he had a military discharge for physical reasons. Keauiaole was a soldier for the konohiki land under the fort, Mahoe has the same status at present.
Opunui has secretly claimed the pasture section, it was for Mahoe. He and Keauiaole had fenced it, the tenants also had worked on it on work days, but Mahoe had done much work at night, very soon the enclosure was completed as a result.
Kulele, sworn, I have known in the same way for Mahoe's claim as Homa has stated above.
[Award 53 F.L.; R.P. 2702; Kaukahoku Honolulu Kona; 4 ap.; 2.03 Acs]