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No. 2235, Holowale
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land which has been held from the time of Kamehameha III to this day on which I petition you for my 10 lo'i. They are all gathered together in one place, an 'ili for Kapapalalo. They are next to Kauaikawaha, a stream is on the south, adjoining Kelawaa. There is also a kula named Kalalaloa, and a houselot at Koholalele. A stream is on the north, a pond, Wainahune, is on the east, on the west is a pond, a valley /or gulch/ is on the south.
Kahaluu, Island of Oahu, December 27, 1847
Helu 2235, Holowale, See 248 page
Kupao, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma ka Ili o Kapapapalalo, Kahaluu.
Apana 1. 6 loi.
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.... nt had his land from Ihu in the time of Liliha and has had it in peace to this time.
Omao, sworn says, the above testimony is all true.
No. 2235, Holowale, Kaneohe, 24 July 1852
Paele, sworn, I have seen his land section in Kahaluu, Koolaupoko.
Section 1 - 7 patches.
Section 2 - House lot.
Mauka, konohiki's land, Kalahelu's land
Waiahole, konohiki's land
Kaneohe, konohiki's land, Kanaikawaha's land.
Section 2: Surrounded by konohiki land.
These land sections received at the time of Kamehameha I, and he has lived peacefully to the present.
Peahi, sworn, all statements above are true.
[Award 2235; R.P. 4806; Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 1.85 Acs]