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No. 2490, Kahula
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and the peace of God: I hereby state my claim for land in the `lli at Kahehuna in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, a mo`o with 6 lo`i. The boundaries are: on the north, the po`alima Kaunuohua, on the south, the lo`i of Kuaana, on the east, the flowing watercourse along the road. I got this claim before the law was published.
Residence: Kaumakapili, Honolulu, December 17, 1847
Claimants have been summoned to appear before the land officers, but they have not been located. Their names and numbers as well as their addresses in Honolulu are listed below:
No. 2299, Kuhea Kaukahoku, Honolulu - not found
No. 2490, Kahula Kahehuna, Honolulu - not found, 4302 [?]
No. 3168, Keoho Kawawanakoa, Ho ....
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.... Kiapea, the husband of my friend. No one had objected to Kahula from the beginning.
SEE page 431.
No. 2490, Kahula, 18 November 1854
Keo, sworn, I have seen this claim at Kahehuna, but this place was for Kiapea and Kahula was under him. This person has probably died and I have heard that Kiapea had transferred this place to Kaniho, his punalua because Kiapea's land had been from Kaniho anyway. Kahula's land had been from Kaniho and this was certified by the land officers. The boundaries are the same as Kapoi has related and since the time Kiapea had transmitted the land, to the present time, the heirs of Kaniho have retained this land. It is not with Kaniho, nor with Kahula and their heirs have not cultivated in the least to this day.
[No. 2490 not awarded]