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No. 2833, Mahoe
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my house lot claim at Kamakela, next to the bridge built by Lowell Smith, described as follows: a school house lot is on the north, the muliwai is on the east, the lot on the south is for Haupu, the lot on the west is for Wahie. Another claim is for six lo`i at Koiuiu in Leleo. The right to this lo`i was from Kaaiawaawa and I acquired it at the time of Liliha's death. I got the right to the /house/ lot at the time of the commotion by Kaomi.
Bridge of L. Smith, January 4, 1848
No. 2833, Mahoe, 24 July 1851
Mihana, sworn I have seen ....
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.... rated himself from Mahoe and from us. I am now in Wahie's place, Kalua had rights in his own place and Mahoe had his rights in his own land.
Nua (assistant konohiki), sworn, he has seen Mahoe's land section in Koinui, Honolulu - 5 taro patches.
Mauka by Uhai's land
Waikiki by Liliha street
Makai by Nua's land
Ewa by Kaaukai's land.
Land to Mahoe from Kaaiawaawa at the time Liliha had died and he has lived peacefully to the present.
Decision - The land officers shall divide this land between Kalua and Mahoe.
[Award 2833; R.P. 4455; Kamakela Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .04 Ac.; Koiuiu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .32 Ac.]