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No. 7170, Kekuna
I hereby state my claim for land at Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, District 6, Island of Oahu. My claim consists of some lo`is which I got before the Law was enacted.
KEKUNA X, his mark
Helu 7170, Kekuna, See 156 page
Kauhi, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma ka ili o Waikalualoko, 5 loi me kahi kula ....
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Claimant had his land from Nakahuna in the year 1846. He had 5 taro patches, the konohiki has taken 1 and left 4 to claimant. They are not cultivated and do not appear to have been under the care of claimant for the last year. One of the taro patches has food in it.
Maluai says the above is true.
[Award 7170; R.P. 5936; Waikalua Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 3 ap.; .965 Ac.]