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No. 6976, Kaluahinenui, Waimanalo, Island of Oahu, December 28, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: Here is my claim, an 'Ili, Kahikiea, one fish pond, a kula, and an upland, Kalepeamoa and Imihia. It was from Kaupena. There is one pond, Kukalaua. Two lo' i were from Puniwai, one lo'i was from Kawaihalau, one rnala was from Leleuwouwo, two mala were from Kanehoalani, one mala was from Makalae, three lo' i were from Kumaunahina. Those are my claims which wer ....
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.... [auka] by waste land
K[aneohe] by waste land
M[akai] by a creek
K[ona Makapuu] by a creek.
No. 2 is bounded:
M[auka], upland of Wailea
K[aneohe], upland of Wailea
M[akai], upland of Wailea
K[ona Makapuu], a creek.
Claimant had his land from Kuanaoa in the time of Kinau and has had it undisturbed to the present time.
Kaioweluwelu, sworn, says the above is all true.
[Award 6976; R.P. 948; Puha Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; .53 Ac.]