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No. 2583, Hikiamalama
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the `ili in Kanohuiwi in Kaneohe, Island of Oahu, consisting of one mo` o. It is bounded on the south by the stream, on the west by the land of Puhalahua, on the north by the land of Hakuma, on the south by the land of Papaiaeae. I got this claim in the year 1827.
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.... iilii's land
Makai, Mahulu's land
Kailua, a stream.
Land to Hikimalama from Keaumanino, his wife, in 1845, probably and she has received it from Puhalahua in 1839. Hikiamalama lived peacefully and died in 1848, land bequested to his wife. She has been living there, the konohiki had taken it recently in 1853 probably, because she had failed to do poalima labor.
Lawaia, sworn, verified Mahula's testimony.
[No. 2583 not awarded]