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No. 2834, Kikookahi, Waialua, December 29, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I am a native-born old-timer of Paalaa, and I have a claim from the time of Kamehameha I, from the right of occupancy of my makuas to myself, the keiki. I have a total of six lo'i, bounded on the north by a house lot, on the east by a mo'o of Kenuu, on the south by my house lot, on the west by a mo'o for Kahoohalahala. I also have lo'is at Kumalie. There are thr ....
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.... 'o of Alapii, 'Ili of Alapii in Paalaa Ahupua'a. There is kula also.
Mauka, Government Road
Waianae, kula of Kaleoawaawa
Makai, mo'o of Alapii
Koolaupoko, lo'i for Kaumu.
His land was received from Holualoa in the time of Kaahumanu I and it is undisputed.
Koawemuku, sworn, my knowledge of it is the same as his.
[Award 2834; R.P. 908; Alapii Paalaa Waialua; 1 ap.; 1.42 Acs; See also 2923 not awarded]