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No. 2781, Manukeokeo, Punalau, January 3, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Manukeokeo, hereby state my claim for land at Kahuku, in Uwalakui. There are four taro lo`i and three lo`i overgrown with grass or herbage. The boundaries are, on the north, Puahiki's /land/, on the east,
Kanahuna's /land/, on the south, Lo ....
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.... by Lono's land
Waialua side by the konohiki
Makai by Heea's land.
The kula land claimed is nahelehele.
Claimant's house site is in Punalau. It is not properly enclosed. He has held the land for about ten years.
The konohiki consented to the claim for kalo land and a house lot.
[Award 2781; R.P. 533; Kahuku Koolauloa; 3 ap.; 1.09 Acs]