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No. 2907, Keawe, wahine, Waialua, January 5, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim at Ou, Kawailoa kai. This claim of mine was from Kaoo. There are nine lo`i and also a watercourse, and my house is on this land The boundaries are as follows: north, Kawelu's lo`is, east, Helumoa, south, Kalua-lepo, west, Kalualepo and the lo`is of Kahakai and of Kalua. I also have some lo`is and a pali wauke at Kawailoa waena, bounded as follows: north; a pali, east, Kuokoa, south, Lohi& ....
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.... olaupoko, land of Kawelo.
Apana 2. Ainaiki mo`o, 2 lo`i.
Mauka, land of Kahulupue, named Ou
Waianae, land of Pueo
Makai, land of Kaaiawa, named Kaiaulaula
Koolaupoko, kula of Kahakai.
It was inherited from the parents in the time of Kamehameha I. No one has disputed her.
Witness 2. Kahuna, My knowledge of it is the same as L. Kuokoa's.
[Award 2907; R.P. 1460; Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 2 Acs; Keokea Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .52 Ac.; Ukoa Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .88 Ac.]