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No. 2681, Uha, Kahuku, Oahu, January 5, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, respectful greetings: I, Uha, hereby state my claim for land at Kahuku. The name of the mo`o is Kauniniwai. There are six lo`i and it is bounded on the north by the kula, on the east by Kekipi's; on the south by Kaaikaula's and Pakui, on the west by Kaaikaula's also. I have four lo`i at Kaleinalaa; nex ....
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.... />Mauka and Makai by the konohiki
On Waialua side by Mauoli's land.
The kula land claimed has not been cultivated for some time past. The house site of claimant is distinct from his land. It is not enclosed. Claimant derived the land through his wife, about ten years ago.
The konohiki consented to this claim.
[Award 2681; R.P. 240; Kahuku Koolauloa; 2 ap. 2.1 Acs]