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No. 7425, Kawelo, Waialua, January 17, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim at Ou, Kawailoa kai. There are two lo`i and a watercourse, and a small crooked side of Ou lo`i. The boundaries are: on the north, Kahakai's /land/; on the east, the lot of Mokupoo; on the south, Kanahuna's /land/; on the west, a watercourse for Kahuionohi. There also however, is a small kula within these boundaries.
Second, At Ainaiki, Kawailoa ....
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Koolaupoko, land of Kahakai.
Waianae, Nauwahi's /land/
Makai, Mokueu's /land/
Apana 3: This parcel is surrounded by the Muliwai of Anahulu and the sea of Lapaone.
His land was from Kahalau in the time of Kamehameha II and is undisputed.
Kealohua, sworn, My knowledge of it is the same as Kuokoa's.
[Award 7425; R.P. 2897; Anahulu Kawailoa Waialua; 2 ap.; 1.57 Ac.]