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No. 4334, Kalou, Laie, January 14, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kalou, am a claimant of land in Laie in the 'Ili of the ahupua'a, one kula mo'o, no lo'i. The boundaries are below, which I state to you the Land Commissioners. On the North, east, and the south and west is the land of Peka. Here are the scattered claims: In the 'ili of the ahupua'a are eight kula lands, which I had from Peka. In the 'ili of Keku are eight kula lands from Pek ....
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Hauula side by Kauakanui's
Mauka by Kahoukua's
Waialua side by Mahakea's
Makai by Puhikaka's land.
Claimant's House lot is in Laie Maloo - not enclosed. The great stone wall is one side of it. Claimant derived the land from his ancestors, and has lived on it from his youth. He is now very old.
The Konohiki's Agent had no other objection to this Claim than to No. 3696, page 281.
[Award 4334; R.P. 924; Laie Koolauloa; 4 ap.; .65 Acs]