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No. 2305, Kuikekoi
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: /I have held my land/ from Kamehameha I to this day on which I petition you for my land claims. There are 19 lo`i at Waihee, Island of Oahu. They are not together; 8 lo`i are in one place next to those of Kealaikalalau and KahalekuIa. There is a watercourse and a kula on one side. 7 lo`i are next to those of Halai, Kamauoha and there is a pali on one side. 2 lo`i are next to those of Kaehukapu and there is pali on one side. 1 lo`i is next to those of Opunui and Haalou. 1 lo`i is next to those of Kahalekula and Kalawala. 1 fish pond is next to those of Halail and Kulioholani. 3 wauke kula are not together. One is next to Kaehukapu's an ....
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On Kaneohe side by Halou's land
Mauka by a pali
Waiahole side and Makai by nahelehele.
The third piece, of 8 patches, is bounded:
On Kaneohe side by a pali
Mauka by Kahalekulu's land
Waiahole side by a stream
Makai by Kekalalau's land.
The fourth piece, of 7 patches, is bounded:
On Kaneohe and Waiahole sides by a pali
Mauka by Halai's land
Makai by nahelehele.
Claimant's house site adjoins the first piece of kalo land and is not enclosed. He derived the land from his ancestors who held it since the time of Kamehameha I.
Claimant says he has 8 patches planted.
[Award 2305; R.P. 2131; Waihee Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 2.47 Acs]