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No. 2106, Kahaleahu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim for land at Mapuupuu, an `ili at Moanalua, Island of Oahu described as follows: One lo`i adjoins on the east of the land of Kapoli.
Claim 2. in An `ili of Maili in which I have a claim for one lo`i adjoining the land of Niuli.
3. An area in the `ili of Pohiha, consisting of two lo`i together, below the land of Kahaumanu. Names of the Commissioners: W. L. Lee, J.E. Smith /etc./ -
Kalihi, Oahu, 27 November 1847
No. 2106, Kahaleahu, From page 648, July 24, 1850
Kealoha, the konohiki, sworn, Kaha ....
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.... t the time of Kamehameha I and he has lived there comfortably to this time. No one has objected.
1 The boundaries are:
Mauka, land of Kekuahaleole
Honolulu, land of Puunale
Makai, land of Kuahine
Ewa, land of Kapali.
Mauka, land of Kaheana
Honolulu and Makai, land of Naili
Mauka, government road
Honolulu, land of Kahaumanu
Makai, land of Lelealiana
Ewa, my land.
Kahaumanu, sworn, Everything stated above is true; I have known in the same way.
Postponed till Kealoha is available.
[Award 2106; R.P. 741; Maili Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .29 Ac.; Pohala Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .31 Ac.]