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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 first one is bounded on the north by Kikookahi's /land/, on the east by a pa'ahao /Government plot/ which is not farmed, on the south by Kaulaiwi's /land/, on the west ....
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.... 9;ili of Kumalie.
Apana 3. House site in the 'ili of Kumukukui.
Mauka, mo'o of Alapii for Koohalahala
Waianae, mo'o of Mooiki for Kanikapu
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]