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No. 2302, Kilioopu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: /I have held my land/ from the reign of Kamehameha III until this day on which I petition you. I have 9 lo`i, 1 fish pond, 1 kula planted in wauke in the `ili of Kaniaia, Ahupua`a of Maluaka /sic/ in Waihee, Koolau, Island of Oahu. They are not gathered together. In the `ili of Kaniaia are 3 lo`i, 1 fish pond, 1 wauke kula. 3 lo`i adjoin those of Kamae and ....
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Waiahole side by Kahalekulu's land
Makai by Kaehukapu's land.
The third piece, of 3 patches, is bounded:
On Kaneohe side by Kahiamoe's land
Mauka by a pali
Waiahole side and Makai by a stream.
Claimant's house site is distinct from his land and not enclosed.
He has held the land for over 20 years.
[Award 2302; R.P. 1590 & 2452; Waihee Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 1.52 Acs]