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No. 2676, Ehu, Waialua, December 24, 1847
N. R. 585v3
To the Land Commissioners: I have some land claims at Paalaa, Waialua, Oahu.
1. The first: It was from Ukualii and became mine fifteen years ago. The boundaries are: North. Kalualepo, east, East Akala, south, Middle Akala, west, North Kumupali. /There are/ 7 lo`i.
2. The second: is from my makuas and is from ancient times The bound ....
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.... re 1 lo`i and a kula.
Mauka, mo`o Kolea
Waianae Maio's lo`i
Makai, Makaokalai's lo`i
Koolaupoko, watercourse with water.
Apana 3: House site within a new lot.
They were from the parents, from the time of Kamehameha I and are undisputed.
Maio, sworn, My knowledge of it is the same as Kalapaku's.
[Award 2676; R.P. 1481; Aakala Paalaa Waialua; 3 ap.; 5.08 Acs]