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No. 7417, Kaukaliu, Lauhulu, Waialua, Oahu, January 31, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful greetings: I hereby state my claim for land and house lot.
The land claim at Puuakai is one lo`i and its kula, bounded on the north by Kahalau's land, on the east by Nonokaeho's land, on the south by Nonokaeho also, on the west by a kula.
In another place is one lo`ii with a watercourse, bounded on the north by Wehelau, on the east by Wehelau also, on the south by Pilipi's land, on the west by Kahui.
In another place, Kalokoelei, is a pond and its kula which goes far inland. The boundaries of the pond are: on the north a road, on the east, south and west by Kealainanea.
In another place at Kukuiloloa, Pukea mauka, is a place ....
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.... from the time of Kamehameha I until the present.
No. 7417, Kaukaliu
Witness Kuokoa, sworn, I know his lands in Kawailoa. There are three apanas.
Apana 1: Punakai is the name;
Mauka and Waianae, land of Lonokaeho
Makai, kula along the old wall
Koolaupoko, watercourse of Niuula.
Apana 2. House site, surrounded by a wall, at Lauhulu at the seashore.
Apana 3. Some areas in sweet potatoes within the cultivated lot.
These lands were from Kealainanea in the time of Kinau and are undis-puted.
Witness Kapule sworn: I know that Kuokoa's testimony is right, my knowledge of it is the same.
[Award 7417; R.P. 2896; Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; 2.57 Acs; Puuoka Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .513 Ac.]