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No. 2476, Kalauao,
To the land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the 'ili of Punaluu, Ahupuaa of Kaneohe on Oahu. 5 lo`i are in one place, one lo'i is in the `ili of Puuiki, in Kaneohe. My kula is at my mo'o in Punaluu also. My house is a claim at Punaluu also.
KALAUAO X, his mark
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.... e been for years.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by the kula of Punaluu
Koolauloa by Kalei's lois
Makai by Punaluu fish pond
Kailua by Kapuaapilau's lois.
The claimant received these 5 lois from Keawe in 1843 and his title to them has been undisputed ever since.
Mekulu, sworn says, the testimony of Kamakahi is correct.
[No. 2476 not awarded]