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No. 1822, Kahui
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for four lo`i which are not together in one place, but jump, some mauka and some makai. The mauka one is in the `ili of Iemi, in the Ahupua`a on the island of Oahu. On the north is the house of Liloa and Iaola's, on the east is the pig pen, on the south is the half lo`i of Laaloa, on the west are the lo`is of Kaneiahuea and Kukalamanu.
See Page 26 Vol. 10 Testimony [this note belongs with 1823]
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.... 22, Kahui
Kilinahe, sworn, I have seen his place at Iemi in Moanalua.
[No.] 1. 1 taro patch and a house:
Honolulu, my place
[No.] 2. 2 taro patches:
Mauka, my place
Makai, a stream
Ewa, my place.
Hoomoeapule had given him his land at the time of Kamehameha I and he has continuously lived peacefully to the present time, no one objecting.
[Award 1822; R. P. 438; Iemi Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .44 Ac.]