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No. 2343, Keliiwaiwaiole
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the `ili at Kokokohou in Kaneohe, Island of Oahu. 1 mo`o, 18 taro lo`i, 2 taro lo`i adjoining the mo`o of Makuakane, 1 lo`i adjoining with the lo`i of Kahawaii, 1 kula adjoining Kikiwelawela. My house claim is in the same `ili. I got it in the year 1841.
KELIIWAIWAIOLE X his mark
Helu 2343, Keliiwaiwaiole, See 165 page
Kapule, hoohikiia, Ua ike au I kona aina ma ka ili o Kalokohou ma Kaneohe.
Apana 1. 16 loi me kahi kula< ....
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Makai by fish pond
Kailua by the taro land of Kapela.
No. 3 is bounded:
Mauka by high hill
Koolauloa by upland of Kauwa
Makai by sea beach
Kailua by potato patch of Makuakane.
No. 4 is bounded:
Mauka by the house lot of Keau
Koolauloa by upland of Kalokohou
Makai by a river
Kailua by the house lot of Wahaulaula.
Claimant land is from Kamakahonu in the year 1843 and has had it in peace.
Kahinu, sworn, testifies to the truth of the above statement.
[Award 2343; R.P. 1389; Kaimihana Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 6.09 Acs]