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No. 5535, Kealohanui
The Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for a my taro mo'o, in Hoauloa. Kalua is the Konohiki. In the land of Kamakahonu I have one mo'o. A small kula is in the land of Nuuanu in Kailua. Island of Oahu. I got these from Holualoa.
No. 5535, Kealohanui, Claimant
Kaohu, sworn says, I know this land, It is in Kailua, in the ili of Kihuluhulu, and consists of 10 taro patches and house lot in Kihuluhulu.
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.... ) To Kealohanui - It [is] that so? Have your patches been cultivated?
Kealohanui - Yes, six patches have been cultivated and two are overgrown in weeds, they have never been cultivated since long ago to the present time.
I have six patches only and the house site, the two patches of weeds shall be for the konohiki.This claim shall be surveyed again according to this decision.
C. Kanaina - My objections are not completely ended.
[Award 5535; R.P. 2024; Kihuluhulu Kailua Koolaupoko, 3 ap.; 2.09 Acs]