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No. 2921, Kaumailiula, Waialee, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: 1, Kaumailiula, hereby state my claim for land and the house lot. I have six lo`i, in one place and two in another. This is an ancient right from the time of Kamehameha I until the present. My six lo`i are bounded on the north by Kauaua's /land/, on the east by Kalalawaia, on the south by kula land, on the west by Namohala's /land/.
Of the two lo`i, one is next to the ko`ele and one is next to Kahuealaa's ....
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.... `o of Kaloaloa at Waialee. There are four lo`i and the kula.
Mauka by Pali of Waialee
Waianae by mo`o of Kaohe
Makai by lo`i of Puunoni
Koolaupoko by mo`o of Kapaakea.
His land was received from Awili, who bequeathed the land to his granddaughter, the wife of Kaumailiula. Awili gave it to her in 1844. No one has disputed Kaumailiula from the time he occupied it until the present.
Kanealii, sworn, My knowledge of it is the same as that of Kaikai.
[Award 2921; R.P. 1333; Waialee Koolauloa; 1 ap. 2.73 Acs]