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No. 2042, Kauohilo
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim in the `Ili of Keaupuni in Halawa in Ewa, a taro mo`o of 3 lo`i, adjoined on the north by Paawela's, on the east by Paa-wela's, on the south by Kawaha's and a kula, to the stream at the lagoon.
KAUOHILO X, his mark
/Translator's note: last word is llegible - I am guessing that it is loko kai - lagoon/.
Cl. 2042, Kauohilo
Keawe, sworn, I live in Halawa ....
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No. 2042, Kauhilo, January 2, 1850
Keawe, sworn, I have seen his land at Halawa, Ewa - 1 pasture, 3 taro patches:
Mauka, Kawaha's land
Honolulu, Halawa stream
Makai, Kealohanui's land
Waianae, government lot.
Makaiheekona had given him his land before the year 1845 and he has always lived there, but he had it a long time ago, before 1839.
Kaupali, sworn, Our testimonies are the same. No objections.
[Award 2042; R.P. 762; Keaupuni Halawa Ewa; 2 ap.; .81 Ac.]