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No. 2876, Kanepilau, Ukoa, Waialua, December 31, 1847
Hear ye, Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my claim for land /which has been held/ from the time of Kamehameha I until Kamehameha III. There are three cultivated places.
The first is one lo`i named Manini, bounded on the north by Koa's /land/, on the east by kula, on the south and west by sedge.
The second is one lo`i at Lower Anahu ....
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Mauka, land boundary wall
Waianae, community sweet potato lot
Makai, Ukoa Pond
Koolaupoko, mo`o of Manini iki.
Apana 3: The boundaries are unclear because not fenced.
These were from Moi in the time of Kekauluohi as Minister, and are undisputed.
Kapule, sworn, L. Kuokoa's testimony is true.
[Award 2876; R.P. 879; Ukoa Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 7.9 Acs]