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No. 2816, Kahaleipu, Waialee, Oahu, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kahaleipu, here-by state my claim for land at P_i [Pahipahialua?]. There are two lo`i and a share of another lo`i in another place, kula land, shore land, named Wailoa, and a cultivated upland. My two lo`i are bounded on the north by the Government Road, on the east by Kuheleloa's /land/, on the south by Hauleiaole, on the west by Kalou's /land/. My house claim consists of one house at Waia ....
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On the other sides by the konohiki
He has also 2 kalo patches and a house site in Pahipahialua. The 2 patches are bounded:
On Hauula side and Mauka by the konohiki
Waialua side by Kauku's land
Makai by claimant's house site.
His house site is not fenced in. He has held his land for over 16 years.
The konohikis of Waialee and Pahipahialua consented to this claim.
[Award 2816; R.P. 1328; Pahipahialua Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 1.11 Acs; Waialee Koolauloa; 4 ap.; 1.87 Acs]