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No. 2468, Keau, December 29, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners sitting at Halekauila to administer the claims for land of the people from Hawaii to Kauai: I hereby state my claim: At Ohia, an `ili in Waiehu, I have 16 lo`i. In the `ili of Alahaka at Waiehu, I have 8 lo`i. Also, there is a valley, Malumaluakua, in which wauke is cultivated. Those are my claims at Waiehu. It is finished. With thanks.
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.... me of Kamehameha II. 3 poalimas in the first section, no objections.
Section 1 - Taro patches at Alahaha [Alahaka]
Mauka by Kaaea
Waihee by Papalina's (W) land
Makai by Kalama
Maalaea by Government school.
Section 2 - 7 Taro patches at Alahaha.
Mauka by Kalia
Maalaea by Kaia.
[Award 2468; R.P. 3215; Ohianui Waiehu; 2 ap.; 2.49 Acs; Alahaka Waiehu; 1 ap.; .45 Ac.]