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[No. 235B], No. 2637, Kaalehu, December 27, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land, at Waikupanaha, next to Keaniani. I have taro sweet potato patches in the kula of Paka, seaward, one at Kamoku, two at Mooiki. My house is at Pakaikai of /belonging to/ Pahoni. I have a hau tree at Hahakea I got these in the time of Lono.
Waimanalo, Island of Oahu
No. 2637, Kaaleh ....
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.... and of Kahiona
K[ona Makapuu] by a creek.
No. 2 is bounded:
M[auka] by the upland of Pahonu
K[aneohe] by the upland of Pahonu
M[akai] by sea beach
K[ona Makapuu] by upland of Pahonu.
Claimant had his land from his ancestors and has been in possession many years & up to this time in peace.
Pumoku, sworn says, the above is all true.
[Award 235B, R.P. 962, Waikupunaha Waimanalo Koolaupoko, 1 ap. 3.52 acres, No. 2637 not awarded]