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No. 2939, Kahoohalahala, Kealapli, Waialua, December 29, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I, a native-born old-timer, have a claim of right cf occupancy from the time of Kamehameha I, by my makuas, and upon their death I, their keiki, inherited it. Furthermore, I have two mo'o. The number of lo'i in one mo'o at Kealapii is eight, the boundaries being: north, a house lot of Keawemuku, east, a mo'o for Kikookahi, south, a house lot for Kikookahi, west, Kahakuloa's mo'o. There are four lo'i in my other mo'o, bounded on the north by a muliwai, east, the house lot of Keawemuku, south, Kika's mo'o, west, Keawemuku's mo'o.
Furthermore, it is a mo'o which is a very old bequest from my makuas to me, their keiki. Furthermore, on the 31st day of December, 1846, four lo'i were lost from one mo'o of mine and four from another mo'o. Furthermore, a mo'o of mine, a very old bequest from my makuas which has been occupied from the time of Kamehameha II, containing four lo'i. The boundaries are: north, a kula for Keawemuku, east, the mo'o of Leleahina, south, a lo'i for Kikookahi and the lo'i of Leleahina, west the mo'o of Puaapilau.
Furthermore, an ....
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.... spaceuri="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags">Kaneoula 'ili of Kumalie, and the kula.
Apana 2. 4 lo'i in the 'ili of Alapii.
Apana 3. House site in the kula of Kalie.
Apana 1: Mauka, mo'o of Kumukukui
Waianae, kula of Kumalie
Makai, mo'o of Mooiki
Koolaupoko, muliwai of Kumalie.
Waianae, kula of Kalia
Koolaupoko, lo'i of Lopa.
Apana 3: Surrounded by the kula of Kalie.
His land was received in the time of Kamehameha and since then no one has disputed his right.
Kuokoa, sworn, Hika's testimony is true.
[Award 2939; R.P. 906; Keaalapii Paalaa Waialua; 1 ap.; 1.48 Acs; Kumalie Paalaa Waialua; 2 ap.; .87 Ac.]