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No. 7089, Kaiwinui, Waimanalo, Island of Oahu, December 28, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: Here is my claim, a mo'o /named/ Opuohua. There are two large lo'i and fifteen small lo'i, also a small kula and a house, which I had from Puniwai. Three lo'i were from Keoni. There are eight cultivated mala. I got these in the time of Kinau.
KAIWINUI X, his mark
F.T. 110-111v11 ....
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Makai by land of Kahopuna
Kona [Makapuu] by a creek.
No. 2 is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Keoni
Kaneohe by the land of Maaha
Makai by the land of Maaha
Kona [Makapuu] by the upland
No. 3 is bounded
Claimant had his land from his ancestors and has held it in peace to this time.
[Award 7089; R.P. 1596 & 5417; Ohea Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; 3.42 Acs]