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No. 6076, Hunahuma, Waipio, December 3, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land. This is at Homaikai in Waipio, Ewa, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the lo`i of Kala, on the east by Eo, on the south by the pond of Kailua, on the west by lo`i ko`ele. My second land claim is bounded on the north by a ko`ele, on the east by the mo`o of Moku, on the south by a ko`ele, on the west by Homaikaia.
I am respectfully, your obedient servant.
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.... nolulu, Kihewa's sand dune
Makai, Kahui's koele
Section 2 - The ditch.
Mauka, Kalualaea koele
Honolulu, Keio koele
Makai, Holomoana pond
Waianae, Puou's 3 ponds.
Section 3 - House site at Puopae.
Mauka, the konohiki's pasture
Honolulu, land enclosure
Makai, Kihewa's house site
No one objected to Humehume.
Kaulehua, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kaia.
[Award 6076; R.P. 818; Kalualaea Waipio Ewa; 2 ap.; 1.198 Acs]