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No. 1962, Mahikulu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and Peace: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land and its boundaries, in Kaneohe in the 'ili of Keahala. There are six lo'i and one kula, bounded on the east by the land of Lilipuni, on the north by the land of Kanealauahine, on the west by a kula, on the south by an irrigation ditch. One lo'i is at Puuiki and the house is at Waikalua.
December 18. 1847
Cl. 1962, Mahikulu, January 3 
Lilipuni, sworn, the lands [land] of t ....
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.... r>No. 1962, Mahikulu, January 3, 1850
Lilipuni, sworn, I have seen his place at Keaahala, in Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Mauka, Kaulakoa's land
Kailua, Kauhimahu's land
Makai, Kahau's land
Also on Koolauloa.
3 taro patches:
Mauka, also Kailua, a ditch
Makai, my land
Kaiakoili had given him his land during the time of Liholiho and he has always lived there; no objection.
Mapu, sworn, We both have known alike; no objections.
[Award 1962; R.P. 981; Kaloiiki Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 1.59 Acs]