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No. 2678, Ululani, Paalaa, Waialua, Oahu, December 28, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land which was from my kupunas to my makuas, and inherited by me, their keiki. I am a native born resident of Paalaa, Waialua. I have a total of nine lo`i, one watercourse, and two kula. The boundaries of the land are: on the north, the watercourse and Kukauwahi, o ....
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.... uka, land of Awaawa, named Kahohai
Makai, land of Kukalehua and also of Meheula
Koolaupoko, Kolea `ili in Kawailoa ahupua`a and the watercourse.
He received these from his kupunas and these lands have been undisputed from the time of Kamehameha I.
Kahiko, sworn, my knowledge of it is the same as Maio's.
[Award 2678; R.P. 1488; Paalaa Waialua; 1 ap.; 1.5 Acs]