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No. 6809, Kanakaliilii
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings to you all: I hereby state my claim for lo`i in the mo`o of Nakanelua, `Ili of Kamakalepo, Ahupua`a of Kailua, District 6, Division 2, Island of Oahu. There are three lo`i, one kula, one house lot, one mala of tobacco in the `ili of Hekona, three mala of sweet potatoes at Mapunanui in the `ili of Kuula. One lo`i is in the `ili of Hekona. 1833. [acquisition date] It is a true right from the konohiki, until this day o ....
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.... Ili of Waipakiki
K.[Waimanalo], by lois of Kapano.
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Upland
Koolauloa by Upland
Makai by Creek
K.[Waimanalo] by Creek.
No. 3 is bounded: On all sides by Upland.
Claimant had his land from Nakauelua in the time of Kinau & has had it [sic in missing] peace to this time.
[Award 6809; R.P. 2138, Kamakalepo Kailua Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; 7.9 Acs; See also Award 1833-2 (no documents; R.P. 2138 gives 4 apana, 4.685 Acs)]