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No. 2855, Kahoohano, Waialua, January 4, 1848
To The Land Commissioners: I, the one whose name is at the end of this letter, have four lands. My first land is Hale, at Puaena, in Kawailoa, which has been held from the time of Kamehameha I till the present. On the north of Hale is Iana's place, on the south is a kula, on the east is the highway, on the west is Kaanaana's place. The second is Kapuakea at Kawailoa, with eighteen lo`i, bounded on the north by Nauahi's place, on the south by the stream, on the east by Kuokoa's land, on the west by Kaaeawa's land. Pahui, at Ukoa, is the third of m ....
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Apana 3. /Communal/ sweet potato lot.
Mauka by Government Road
Waianae by kula of Makai by house lot of Kaanaana
Koolaupoko by house lot of Nana.
Mauka by mo`o Holaniku
Waianae by Muliwai of Anahulu
Makai by Mo`o Kaiaulaula
Koolaupoko by Mo`o Ainaiki.
Apana 1 was from the parents of his wife in the time of Kamehameha I. Apana 2 was from Kuokoa in the time of Kinau, and is undisputed.
L. Kuokoa, sworn, My knowledge of it is the same as Koiniho has stated.
[Award 2855; R.P. 3476; Kawailoa Waialua; 3 ap.; 1.33 Acs; See also 2940]