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No. 2794 Kalauli, Waialua, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I have three taro lo`i at Paalaa in Hanaewa and the house lot is the fourth. The names of the lo`is are: First, Kaohe 2, second, Keahua, third, Iki. Pa is the fourth of my lands. Here are their boundaries, individually: Kaohe 2 is bounded on the north by a kula, on the south by a pali, on the east by Kaohe 1, on the west by Keahua.
Keahua is bounded on the north by kula, on the south by pali, on the east by Kauwahine's land, on the west by Kaakipoho. Iki is bounded on the north and east by kula, on the s ....
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.... use lot.
Mauka, Kealohua's land
Waianae, the road of Laukihaa
Makai, the Konohiki's place, Kahoaloha
Apana 2. 1 lo`i at Kaoauewa, the name of the lo`i is Aki.
Mauka, a road going to a house
Waianae, a pali
Makai, Keauwahine's lo`i
Koolaupoko, a kula.
It was from Kepookahakulani, from the time of Kamehameha I. He has held it in peace ever since.
Witness 2: Kanekapu testified that his knowledge of it was the same as that witness's.
[Award 2794; R.P. 2641; Hanauewa Paalaa Waialua; 3 ap.; 3.27 Acs]