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No. 7241B, Kalama, January 26, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my house lot and land claim, which are in the ahupua`a of Waiaha and Kahului in Kailua, Kona. The size of my house lot is 62 fathoms by 22 fathoms, and the size of my land is 240 fathoms by 20 fathoms - that is the size of my kula land. The pauku mauka of this is 430 fathoms by 20 fathoms. The land was received in the time of Kamehameha I and has been held until the present. Here is my claim for land in the ahupua`a of Kahului which is 240 fathoms by 8 fathoms. I have had this land for 6 years. I have another parcel of land far mauka in this same ahupua`a, 800 fathoms by 12 fathoms, that is another claim of mine whic ....
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.... tion 4 - Pasture.
Mauka by Popula land
Ka`u by Kamaku land
Makai by Kapuili land
Kohala by Kapahukauila land.
1 cultivated section of land.
Section 5 - House lot.
Mauka and Ka`u by idle land
Makai by Government road
Kohala by idle land.
No fence, Kalama is residing there with one house. Kahului I section is from Nalawaia. Old land at Waiaha since Kamehameha I, from Kalama's wife.
House lot had been vacant until Kalama built a house there, no one has objected to this day.
Keaweehu, sworn, they (Keaweehu and Nalawaia) have known in the same way every thing concerning Kalama's land.
[Award 7241B; R.P. 6672; Waiaha 1 N. Kona; 1 ap.; .29 Ac.]