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No. 4370, Kekipi, Waiono, Oahu, January 7, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kekipi, hold land at Moepakaka. There is one taro lo`i, one kula, a wooded upland, a kukui tree, a Lama tree, `awa, a hau tree and similar things. The boundaries are: on the north, the watercourse, on the east a taro lo`i, on the west a watercourse, on the south a lo`i also. My time of occupancy is from the time of Kamehameha I. There remains one `ili of wauke at Puheemiki
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.... ys he knows the land of Kekipi in Puheemiki. It is all cultivated.
Bounded on Hauula side by the line of Kapano
Makai by Kaupapa's kalo land
On Punaluu side by the konohiki
Mauka by a pali.
Kakaa, says he knows the kula land of claimant in Puheemiki. He confirms the testimony of last witness. Witness is the deputy konohiki of Puheemiki.
[Award 4370; Land Patent S-8593, Waiono Koolauloa; Apana 1.7 Ac.; No R.P.; Waiono Koolauloa; 5 ap.; 2.747 Acs]