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No. 2792, Kaneiaulu, December 29, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land - a taro mo`o and the kula in the upland of Omao. Keahupuaa is the `ili of Namomi, the konohiki in Kailua. I have one lo`i in the mo`o of Namomi, one lo`i in the mo`o of Poohiwi, and a lele, Kahalelani. My makuakane had it from the time of Kamehameha I and now this land is mine. There is a small wauke garden at Kawailoa.
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Makai by the lois of Kamiki
K. [Waimanalo] by the lois of Namomi.
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Lois of Malule
Koolauloa by Lois of Puhi
Makai by Upland
K.[Waimanalo] by Lois of Malule.
No. 3 is bounded: On all sides by Upland.
Claimant had this land from Hanamaulu in the time of Kamehameha I and has had it in peace to this time.
Kaniho, sworn says, the above is true.
[Award 2792; R.P. 1362; Kailua Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 3.55 Acs]