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No. 4308, Kualulo, Waialua, Oahu, January 15, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state that I have a claim at Keekee uka, which I got from my makuas. They lived and died at these places, and I am occupying them at this time. Therefore, I think this land should be mine forever.
My makuas got this land at the time of Kamehameha I. It is bounded on the north by a pali and I have wauke at this pali. On the east is konohiki land, on the south is Keeleku and the pali, which is for me and Keeleku. I have sweet potato on this land and also wauke at this pali. On the west is Keekee. I also have some lo`i there. This land is from Keau.
2. At Uau are seventeen lo`i, at Ohulelua are twenty-seven lo`i. This is finished. Here are the places I cultivate in the mountain,
ln the okipus of Kaohe:
3. In the okipu of Namahana
4. The okipu of Papala
5. In the okipu of Kakalolea
6. In the okipu of Palikea ....
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.... mehameha I. Aole mea keakea mai ia ia a hiki I keia wa.
Hoohikiia o L. Kuokoa, Ua ike au, ua pololei ko Kamakea ike, pela ko`u ike.
F.T. 542v11 translation
No. 4308, Kuolulo, in Kawailoa
Kamakea, sworn, I know of three parcels of land of Kuolulo:
Apana 1. Keekee 2, 10 or more lo`I and a kula
Apana 2. Keekee 2, some lo`I and a kula.
Apana 3. Kaeleku, sweet potato kula.
Mauka, Waianae, pali
Makai, Koolauloa, Anahulu Stream.
Mauka, land of Konohiki
Koolauloa, sweet potato kula.
Mauka, land of Kamakea
Waianae, Mauka, pali
Koolauloa, Anahulu Stream.
He received this land from his parents in the time of Kamehameha I and is undisputed until the present.
L. Kuokoa, sworn, My knowledge of it is that Kamakea's knowledge is correct.
[Award 4308; R.P. 3072; Eleku Kawailoa Waialua; 3 ap.; 8.42 Acs]