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No. 2824, Kuheleloa, Waialee, Oahu, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kuheleloa, hereby state my claim for land at Kapalakai. There are five taro lo`i and a back of a watercourse, kula land, and an upland. My lo`is are bounded on the north by a kai /fishery/, on the east by a mo`o of Kaukahaia, on the south by kula ....
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.... aunala, planted with wauke, bananas &c.
Bounded: On all sides by the konohiki.
His house site is also in Kaunala, and is distinct from his land. It was formerly enclosed with a stone wall. Claimant has held the above land for over 15 years.
The konohiki of Waialee consented to this claim.
[Award 2824; R.P. 1339; Waialee Koolauloa; 3 ap. 2.04 Acs]