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No. 3070, Kekoa, Waianae, January 8, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Lehanonui, Waianae, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by a kula which has not been planted with crops, on the east by the land of Wahineikalai, on the south by the land of Kamoua, on the west by the land of Mulea and the ko`ele.
I am, with thanks, in peace,
No. 3070, Kekoa, claimant died January 1850
Kahuku, sworn, says he ....
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Land from Kaapuiki to Kekoa at the time of Kekauluohi. No one objected.
Keanini, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kahuhu. Kaapuiki is Kekoa's heir. The following is the will: I, Kekoa due to my physical condition and illness which has come upon me, I hereby turn my moo land over to Kaapuiki forever and forever for him, this separation (from the) land is indeed in truth.
Witness: J. Opunui on this day 26th of September, 1848, Waianae.
[Award 3070; R.P. 475; Kanukoa Lehanaonui Waianae; 1 ap. 2.18 Acs; to Kaapuiki]