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No. 2811, Kahui, Waialua, January 1, 1848
To The Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Anahulu, Kawailoa kai, with seven lo`i. I have held this land for six years or more and no one has objected to me. I got this place from Lot Kuokoa. It is bounded as follows: on the north, Keawe's /land/, on the east Kaukaliu's, Pilipi's, and Keo ma's lo`is, on the south, Punahoolapa, on the west, Kulika's /land. I also have a waterc ....
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Mauka, the lands of Keliihuluhulu and Pilini
Waianae, Gulick's and Namanu's lands
Makai, Kanoma's land, Lauhulu
Koolaupoko, Keawe's and Kuokoa's lands.
2. House lot, next to Niuula, that is the second /land/ also in Kawailoa.
His land was from Kuokoa in 1841 and is undisputed.
Last testimony, Pakona: His knowledge of it is the same as Kuokoa's.
[Award 2811; R.P. 2898; Kawailoa Waialua; 2 ap.; .93 Ac.]