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No. 2296, Kelea, 22 December 1847
Land Commissioners, House of the Privy Council, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby describe my claim for taro land and a parcel of kula adjacent to it, and some lo`i that jump in other places, and a house lot claim. This claim is in the `ili of Kukahi in Kalihi, Oahu. The konohiki is Pupuka. Its boundaries are: nort ....
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Mauka by Kainapau
Waikiki side by Peapea
Makai by Kainapau
Ewa side by the konohiki.
Claimant received the land from Nalimu, the konohiki in the year 1845. No one disputes his claim.
Kamakakuaaina, sworn, confirms in full the testimony of last witness. The title is undisputed.
[Award 2296; R.P. 3555; Kionawawana Kalihi Kona; 1 ap.; .7 Ac.]