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No. 5390, Kikaalani, See H
The Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim: I have three mo'o and three kula in Ohea, Waimanalo - the Konohiki is Puniwai. In the mo'o of Mahu I have four mala of bananas. A kula house lot is in the Ahupua'a. There is a mala of orange trees - Kaaukai is the Konohiki. At Kaelepulu I have taro lo'i and a house lot.
Oneanea is the Konohiki. I got my claim in Waimanalo at the time of Lono. I got my second claim in 1844.
No. 5390, Hikalani
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.... e land of Mahu.
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Mahu
Kaneohe by upland
Makai by the land of Kaiwinui
Kona [Makapuu] by the land of Kahupuna.
No. 3 is bounded:
Kona [Makapuu] by a creek in loi.
Claimant had his land from Lono in the time of Kinau and has had it in peace to this time. Claimant has 4 orange trees in the ili of Ohea, which he planted.
Kuahili, sworn, says the above is true.
[Award 5390; R.P. 935; Ohea Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 5.07 Acs]