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No. 2584, Hinaaimalama
The Land Commissioners: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land /called/ Keawe. On the north is the stone wall of Piikoi, on the east is the land of Kaniau, on the south is the land of Poha, on the west is the land of Puaapilau. I got this in 1841.
Wailele, Kaneohe, Oahu
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.... 4 lois are bounded:
Mauka by the pali of Punaluu
Koolauloa by Kapuaapilau's lois
Makai by the fish pond of Punaluu
Kailua by the poalima lois.
The claimant received these lois from Keawe in 1842 and has possessed them in peace ever since.
Palau, sworn, verified the testimony of Kaniau.
[Award 2584; R.P. 381; Punaluu Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; .88 Ac.]