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No. 4044, Kaakau, Kahaluu, December 31, 1847, Island of Oahu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings to you all: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land. My ten lo`i are under Piikoi. They are gathered together in one place, adjoining those of Kanaloa. There is also a claim for a house and a claim for kula, adjoining Hinahina in the `ili of Kukuikaulanakahili.
No. 4044, Kaakau
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.... undaries are:
Kaneohe, forest of the konohiki
Mauka, land of Kekuhe
Waiahole, konohiki pasture
Makai, konohiki forest.
2. House lot: This is bounded by the konohiki pasture.
Kanepinao had given him his land at the time of Kinau before 1839 and he has lived comfortably to the present. No one has objected.
Kaea, sworn, The statements above are true; I have known similarly.
[Award 4044; R.P. 1423; Kahuakaili Kahaluu Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 3.19 Acs]