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No. 2920, Hika, Waialua, Oahu, December 28, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I am a native-born resident of Paalaa, Waialua. My claim is for the right of occupancy from the time of Kamehameha I which I, the keiki, inherited from my makuas on their deaths. The number of my lo'is is three. The boundaries are: on the north, Kahoohalahala's /land/, on the east, Keawemuku's /land/, on the south, Kahakualoa's /land/, on the west, Keauwahine's /land/: I also have two lo'i at Kumalie. The ....
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Makai, mo'o of Kaahalike
Koolaupoko, muliwai of Laukihaa.
Mauka, a lo'i ko'ele
Waianae, mo'o of Kumukukui for Leleahina
Makai, mo'o of Kanenelu
Koolaupoko, a muliwai.
Apana 3: Surrounded by kula.
He received his land from me in the time of Kaahumanu 2 and his right is undisputed.
Leleahina, sworn, my knowledge of it is the same as Keawemuku's.
[Award 2920; R.P. 805; Kumalie Paalaa Waialua; 3 ap.; 1.58 Acs]