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No. 2047, Kekio
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim in the `ili at Kaehuamoo, Kalawa, Ewa, Island of Oahu. 1 lo`i is joined on the north by Kaheana's, on the west by the ko`ele. 1 lo`i is shared equally by two of us. There is also a kula and a house lot.
KEKIO X, his mark
Cl. 2047, Kekio
Kaupali, sworn, I know the claimants' land. It ....
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.... auka, Kauakaokai's land
Honolulu, Kane's land, also Makai
Waiane, Kaheana's land.
Mauka, Kanui's land
Honolulu, Halawa stream
Makai, Kane's land
Waianae, government lot.
Kaheana had given him hi land during the time of Kaomi in the year 1835. No one has objected.
Keawe, sworn, We both have known alike. No one has objected.
[Award 2047; R.P. 759; Kulina Halawa Ewa; 2 ap.; .97 Ac.]