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No. 7272, Hoaeae
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and Peace: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land at Kaieie - that is my mo`o, at Luaia, an `Ili in Kalihi uha. There are seventeen lo`i, bounded on the east by the land of Kauaina, on the west by a kula, on the south by my small separate kula, the valuable /crop/ is bananas, on the north is the stream. A separate mala has hala, orange and lemon trees. I also have a house claim. The place of residence is Leaha.< ....
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Makai and Ewa, konohiki land.
Section 3 - 2 taro valleys, banana, pandanus, etc. at Kaieie.
Mauka and Waikiki,Konohiki land
Makai, "Mokauea," Moehonua"s land
Ewa, A stream.
Land received at the time of Kaahumanu I from Kalimakapu. It has been peaceful to this time.
Mu (wahine), sworn, I have seen this claim which is for Hoaeae in Leaha and Kaieie of Kalihi just as Kuula has related in the above, is the truth. No one has objected.
[No. 7272 not awarded]