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No. 4367, Kekui, Kahana, Oahu, January 10, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kekui, hold land in the 'ili of the ahupua'a, with six lo'i, one fish pond and one kula. The boundaries are: on the north, the lo'is of Kapapa, on the east, a ko'ele lo'i for Kalakahi, on the west, a kula for Kuamoo, on the south, the lo'is of Kaalawahia. Furthermore, I have some "jump" lo'is at Koo Kahue, two taro lo'i. Also, a woo ....
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.... s of 8 kalo patches, one of which is called a fish pond. A part of claimant's kula land is cultivated with potatoes.
It is bounded:
On Mauka side by the kalo land of claimant
On Punaluu side by Kuamoo's land
Makai by Hooliliamanu's land
Kaneohe side by Makuku's land.
Kuamoo, agent of the konohiki, had no objections to make to this claim.
[Award 4367; R.P. 5388; Kahana Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 3.94 Acs; Kaloa Kahana Koolauloa; 1 ap. .35 Ac.]