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No. 3627, Kaelo Haiku, Kauai, January 11, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I, Kaelo, hereby state my claim for land. There are eight lo`i. Another claim is for a kula. In another place is a cultivated kula. The house claim is in another place, however not very far away, perhaps two chains from the /other/ land. These claims have not been properly measured. They are occupied under the ....
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.... s land and the pasture adjoining it.
West by Kala's land
Koolau by Hanahanai pasture
Makai by Hua's land
Mahaulepu by River.
Land from his father upon his (father) death, Kaelo has lived there for ten years without objections.
Naniho, sworn, he has seen the land and has heard the testimony on it, it is true.
[Award 3627; R.P. 3668; Wailua Haiku Puna; 1 ap.; 1.5 Acs 19 rods]