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No. 2053, Kahoohanohano
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim in the `ili at Maona in Aiea, Ewa, Island of Oahu, a taro mo`o under the konohiki. 4 taro lo`i together: on the north is Makani's, on the east is the stream, on the south is Kanui's, on the west is Makani's.
KAHOOHANOHANO X, his mark
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.... e, Aiea river.
Kinimaka had given him his land during the time of Kinau and he had always lived there without any objection until his death in 1848. He has no heir so the land was returned to the koniki, Kinolau, and he has placed Meheula on this land.
Kealoomaui, sworn, We both have known alike.
[Award 2053; R.P. 785; Maona 2 Aiea Ewa; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.; Numerical index lists claimant as Kahoohanohano for Meheula]