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No. 5582, Kalaihopu, Waimalu, January 16, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land. I have a claim for lo`i land at Kaumiumi, an 'Ili at Waimalu, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Maulani, on the east by the land of Kuluiki, on the south by the land of Kealoi, on the west by Paioa. It was given me by Maioha.
No. 5582, Kalaehopu, January 18, 1850
Paioa, sworn says, claimant died in 1849 and Kamauoha as heir has taken his land, and clai ....
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.... court action) died in 1849.
Paioa, sworn, he has seen his claim. It has been bequested to his brother-in-law, Kamauoha. It is a taro moo, Kamooloa of Umiumi ili in Waimalu, Ewa, Oahu - 2 patches in the moo of Kamooloa, one section.
Mauka, Kolowalu moo land
Honolulu, Kahikiea ili land
Makai, Kaumiumi moo land
Waianae, Waholoa ili land.
Land from Waioha at the time of Kinau, no one objected until his death when it was bequested to his brother-in-law Kamanoha.
Kahakauaula, sworn, he has known in the same way as Paioa.
[No. 5582 not awarded]