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No. 4466, Kahuna
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby explain to you that Kekai is above and I am below. Some of my lo`i are in Kailua in the land of Kuke, there are three lo`i. There is a parcel of kula and two house lots, one inland and one at the seashore.
Helu 4466, Nakahuna, See 176 page
Paihoihowale, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma ka ili o Waikalua loko ma Kaneohe a ia hoi ma ka ili o Oneawa ma ke Ahupuaa o Kailua.
Apana 1. 1 loi ili o Waikalua.
Apana 2. 2 loi ili o Oneawa, Kailua
Apana 3. Kahauhale, Oneawa, Kailua.
Apana 4. Kahua ....
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Koolauloa, taro land of Kaiwikahi
Makai, taro land of Luauhoe
Kailua, taro land of Kahoowaha.
No. 3 is bounded:
Mauka, upland of Keawa
Koolau, the ili of Aiikahi
Makai, the ili of Kapoho
Kailua, sea beach.
No. 5 is bounded:
Mauka, upland of Waikalua
Koolauloa, pali of the ili of Kalokohou
Makai, pali of the ili of Keana
Kailua, house lot of Kahuena.
Claimant's land is from Kanihou & Kekai in the year 1846, but the land in Kailua from Kanihou is from the time of Liholiho, and has had it [in] peace.
Kama, sworn, says the above is all true.
[No. 4466 not awarded]