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No. 2865, Kamahalo
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: I have a claim for land which was given me by Hakuaulani, and to which there have been no objections until this time. There are two lo`i, bounded on the north by the land of Puhi, on the east by the land of Pale, on the south by the road and the lo`i of L. Kuokoa, on the west by a land for Kuokoa.
I also have a claim a ....
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.... L. Kuokoa, sworn, I know his land, two lo`i in the `ili of Anahulu, mo`o of Kamakaa in Kawailoa, Waialua.
Mauka, land of Pole
Waianae, land of Kuokoa
Makai, land of Kuokoa, Kuaipaihi
Koolaupoko, muliwai of Anahulu.
It was from Hokuaulani in 1845 and is undisputed.
Koiniho, sworn, Our knowledge of it is the same.
[Award 2865; R.P. 881; Kawailoa, Waialua; 1 ap.; .03 Ac.]