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No. 2003, Makaloa
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below hereby state my claim for land in the `ili at a ku of Makalii in Kailua, Koolau, Island of Oahu. It consists of two taro mo`o under the konohiki. The boundaries are: makai is Pohakupu, on the west is Manu and Kawailoa and on the east. Two lo`i are next to Waipahiki, one lo`i is next to Kapaeli, six lo`i are next to Kawailoa. There is also a kula called Keawaawa maloo [dry Keawaawa] next to Kawailoa. My house claim is a Makalii.
MAKALOA X, his mark
Cl. 2003, Makaloa
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.... o] by taro patches of Makalii.
No. 6 is bounded: By the Upland of Makalii on all sides
Claimant had his land from Kanui about the year 1835 or about the time of Nahienaena's death and has had it in peace to this time.
Kawahi, sworn, says the testimony is true.
No. 2003, Makaloa, December 28, 1848
He had come to reject his interest and had agreed to live under Kanui, the konohiki of the ili land of Makalii at Kailua in Koolaupoko, Oahu. Therefore, the land commissioners have no work on this claim. See Kanui's claim #6249.
[No. 2003 not awarded]