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No. 7533, Kaiwi, Kaneohe, Island of Oahu, December 27, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: My claim is in the `ili of Kahueiki. There are forty-six lo`i, all together in one place, and a house. I got them from Keawe, and I live under him.
Cl. 7533, Kaiwi, from Mr. Parker of Kaneohe, dated by claimant, 27 December 1847
Lihue, sworn, I am an old inhabitant of Kaneohe & know claimant's land. IT is in the Ili of Punaluu.
Mauka called Kakueiki, it is a moo aina called Puumaia and is as follows: Taro land and a house lot bounded:
Mauka by taro land of Eka
Koolauloa, of Uihele
Makai, of Keapuka
Kailua, of the same.
Claimant had the land from his ancestors ....
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.... d has had it in peace up to the present year. The ili is bought by Watson, who wished to take one large taro patch planted and growing.
Kepani, sworn says, the above testimony is true.
No. 7533 - Kaiwi, Kaneohe. June 3. 1850
Lihue, sworn, I have seen this land at Kahueiki in Punaluu ili, Pumaia moo land in Kaneohe - 1 section.
Mauka land of Ehu
Koolauloa, land of Uihele
Makai, ili of Keapuka,
He had received his interest from his grandparents; no one had objected except for 1 big patch. Foreigner Umiuminui had protested for it.
Kapani, sworn, We both have known in the same way as Lihue has just related here.
[Award 7533; R.P. 97; Punaluu Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 3.5 Acs]