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No. 6025, Kahaekaua, Waikele, Ewa, January 12, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land and house. This land is at Ulumanu in Waikele and is bounded on the north by my houses and the land boundary wall, on the east by the land of Ku and the Po`alima and Kahula, on the south by the land of Nakeu, on the west by the land of Haole and the land of Kapahumoa. My makuas lived here from the reign of Kahahana, and we have not left until this ....
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Mauka, Papaa ili land
Honolulu, Kanenelu taro moo
Makai, Kaiholoniu taro moo
Land from Kaeo at the time of Kaahumanu I. No one had objected to him earlier, but the time the land was sold to Uilama, who is Kauka's bookkeeper, the coconut, breadfruit and pandanus were taken, so Kahaekana's filing a complaint with the land officers.
Kahula 2, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kahula 1.
[Award 6025; R.P. 4246; Ulumalu Waikele Ewa; 1 ap.; 1.067 Acs]