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No. 2536, Ukikolo
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for an `ili, Manu, and the kula. The second of my `ilis is Malamalama. I have 3 lo`i at Olohana in the `ili of Hekona, Kailua, Koolau, whose konohiki is Mahina, These were gotten by my makuas in the time of Kamehameha I, till myself at the present. The konohiki is Hoonaulu.
No.2536, Ukikolo, Kailua, 19 October, 1854
Makakau, sworn, I have seen his land claims in Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Section 1 - 2 patches in "Olohana", an ili.
Mauka by Konohiki's land
Kaneohe by Kinipeki' ....
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.... s objected.
SEE page 423
No. 2536, Ukikolo, Protest, (from page 421), No. 7147, Kahele
Kalaniwahine, sworn, I have seen that place over which there is a dispute in the ili of Kukanono in Kailua, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
Mauka and all round is Kahele's land.
This had been a heiau long ago and when we arrived in 1841, I saw Ukikolo's house there and it is still standing today. The konohiki has disputed because the land was closely associated with Kahele. I believe this place is probably truly associated with the konohiki.
[Award 2536; R.P. 2136; Olohana Kailua Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 4.19 Acs]