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No. 5534, Kahikaumoku
The Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land. I have one mo`o, a kula, an upland area, and a house lot. In the land of Pukiki in Apeape is a half of a lo'i. A kula is at Kahaluu in the mo'o of Pa. In Iouli is a mala of `awa from the time of Piikoi, the Konohiki, Island of Oahu. I got these in the time of Ihu.
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.... and is:
It is bounded:
Mauka by the taro land of Kama
Koolauloa by the upland
Makai by the taro land of Kahalau
Kailua by the upland.
Claimant's land is from Wahanui in the time of Liliha and has had it in peace up to the present time.
Uhuuhu, sworn says, the testimony is true.
[Award 5534; R.P. 1566; Kaluawahine Heeia Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 1.19 Acs]