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No. 5853, Kamano, Haleaha, December 28, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land. It is in the Ahupua`a of Haleaha, District 5, Division 3, Island of Oahu. There are two taro lo`i, four weed-grown lo`i, six cultivated kula, one house lot, two planted hala clumps, one fish pool. In the `ili of Naanela 3 are two kula areas, two mala of `awa. In the Ahupua`a of Papaakoko are two planted hala trees ....
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.... ence. There are two houses on it. Claimant and his parents have lived there since the time of Kamehameha I.
The house lot is bounded:
Mauka by a road
On Hauula side by a stream
Makai by the sea beach
On Punaluu side by the kula land.
(There was no other person persent from the same land to confirm this testimony, but I presume it is connrect. G.M.R.)
[Award 5853; R.P. 7816; Haleaha Koolauloa; 3 ap.; 3.77 Acs]