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No. 4491, Kuapuu
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my claim. I have eleven lo`i, seven weed-grown lo`i, two breadfruit trees, a house lot and a parcel of kula.
Kuou, Kaneohe, Koolau
Helu 4491, Kuapu, Kaneohe, Mei 2, 1850, See 183 page
Keoa, ka hoike. Ua ike au i kona kuleana ma ka ili o Kuou ma Kaneohe; he moo aina okoa ....
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.... 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the house lot of Maunahina
Koolauloa by upland of Luluku
Makai by upland of Luluku
Kailua by land of Maunahina.
Claimant had his land from Kanihookamoku in the time of Liliha. No one has disturbed claimant his land up to the present.
Keoho, sworn says, the above testimony is true.
[Award 4491; R.P. 2529; Luluku Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 4.266 Acs]