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No. 2750, Nalulei, Waialua, Oahu, January 1, 1847
Quiet title: Nalulei has three mo`o, four pali wauke, three sweet potato kula, one pali wahie /steep place for firewood/, and the house lot.
The first is a mo`o in the `ili of Imiimi and is bounded on the east by Makahi's land, on the west by Makiku's land, on the north by the pali, and the pali wauke, on the south by the stream.
2. A mo`o in the land of Keao bounded on the east by Nakoana's land, on the west by the stream, on the north by his own, on the south by Kawahamaui's land.
3. A mo`o in the `ili of Uau, bounded on the east by Hiana's land, on the west by his own, o ....
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.... `i, `Ili of Uau
Apana 3. A steep sweet potato planting in the `Ili of Keekee, in Kawailoa.
Mauka, land of Kawahaomaui
Waianae and Makai, Anahulu Stream
Mauka, land of Hianana
Waianae, and Makai, road
Koolau-poko, Anahulu Stream
Mauka, land of Kuolulo
Makai, land of Kuolulo
This land was received from his sister, Poniele in the time of Kinau and it is undisputed.
Kamakea, sworn, I know that Kuokoa's testimony is right.
[Award 2750; R.P. 3069; Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 3.12 Acs; Keae nui Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .53 Ac.]