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No. 2246B, Kaauhaulawa
Mahoe, sworn says, I wrote out the claim of Kauhaulawa in 1848. See 686D [Kauuhaloa not awarded], February or before.
Mailehehao, sworn says, I know the claimant's land in Kahaluu, Koolauloa. Seventeen lois all planted in two pieces.
No. 1 is 10 lois.
No. 2 is 7 lois.
No. 1 is bounded:
Kaneohe by the Kahaluu stream
Mauka by the konohiki's land
Waiahole by the pali
Makai by my land.
No. 2 is bounded:
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.... konohiki forest
Waiahole, a precipice
Makai, my land
Mauka, konohiki forest
Kahekili had given him his land during the time before Kinau's death in 1839 and he has been living comfortably to this time. No one has objected.
The house lot section has been included in section 1 and the pasture has been planted with sweet potato.
Palu, sworn, the statements above are true. I have known similarly.
[Award 2246B; R.P. 4016; Kepuna Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 2.65 Acs; 686D not awarded]