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No. 2301, Kaihu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: /I have held my land/ from Kamehameha III to this day on which I petition you for my land claims. I have 10 lo`i in the `llis of Kapuna and Maluaka and Kaniaia and Kihewa in Waihee, Island of Oahu. They are not gathered together in one place. 1 lo`i is at Kapuna, adjoining Luahiwa's and Kuaole's, and a pali is on one side. At Maluaka are 3 lo`i which adjoin those of Kahiam ....
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.... u's land
Mauka by a pali
Waiahole side by a stream
Makai by nahelehele.
The third piece, of one patch, is bounded:
On Kaneohe side by a watercourse
Mauka by Kuaole's land
Waiahole side by Kauloa's land
Makai by Luahiwa's land.
Claimant's house site is distinct from his land and not enclosed. He derived the land from his ancestors, who held it since the time of Kamehameha I.
[No. 2301 not awarded]