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No. 2799, Kukalehua, Paalaa, Waialua, Oahu, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby explain my claim for land which was from my makuas. The name of this land is Kapaaloa, Paalaa, Waialua and its boundaries are as follows: On the east, the land of Ululani, on the north, the watercourse, on the south, the kula of Opele, on the west, the land of Ki ....
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.... ol. 11, part 2), 28 September 1852
Maunauna, wife of Kukalehua related - my husband, Kukalehua has died and his interest has been bequested to Meheula, my young sister and included in her husband, Kalapaku's claim, no. 4318. A certification has been obtained by Ka-lapaku. It is in the office of the interior department. Kukalehua's heir has no claim.
[No. 2799 not awarded]