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[No. 4445], Kalakoa, Punaluu, Oahu, January 7, 1848
[Listed as 4443!
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kalakoa, have land at Kewe. There are six taro lo`i, two kula and a wooded upland. The boundaries are: on the north, a land of Hanawao, on the east, the watercourse, on the west, Halepapai, on the south, Hapuua. Also, there are sume "jump" lands: At Hapuna is one `ili kula /field/. At Wailapa is one lo`i and an `ili kula. At Pukoa is half a lo`i and a kula. At Kionaole is one lo`i and the kula. My ho ....
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.... cond piece of 2 patches is bounded:
On Kaneohe side and Makai by a fence
Mauka by a pali
On Hauula side by the kula.
Claimant had also a house lot close to the last piece. It is not enclosed. There is one house on it. Kalakoa occupied the land for a long time.
Hahia, sworn, says he knowsthe kalo land and house lot of claimant and confirms the testimony of the previous witness.
Kawana, the konohiki, had no objection to make to this claim.
[Award 4445; R.P.1532; Punaluu Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 2.639 Acs]