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No. 6080, Halulukaakaa, Waikele, December 3, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Waikele, Ewa, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the mo`o of Keawe, on the east by the lo`i of Kalou, on the south by the lo`i of Maluae, on the west by the lo`i of Puhi.
No. 6980, Halulukoakoa, claimant
Present I, his heir at law as prosecutor of claim.
Puhi, sworn says, the land of claimant is a loi & auwai in one piece and a pahale in another. The loi is called Ananakini elua in the ili Kapakahi. It is bounded:
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.... s seen his land - a patch Ananakini 2 and a ditch in 1 section. Section 2 is the house site, these sections are in Kapakahi ili in Waikele, Ewa, Oahu.
Mauka by Ananakini 3 moo land
Honolulu by Kaohai moo land
Makai by Ananakini 2 moo land
Waianae by Keawe's moo land.
Mauka by Pa's house site
Honolulu by Aniole's pasture
Makai by Keahupuaa's pasture
Waianae by (?) Pahoa's house lot.
Land from Kauliokamoa to Halulukoakoa, from Halulukoakoa upon his death to I,
his father at the time of Kinau, no disputes.
Mahoe, sworn, testimony similar to Puhi.
[No. 6080 not awarded]