Hanakaoe, Kawela, Oio, Kahuku, Opana, Ulupehupehu
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Kaupaona died of measles, claimed hala grove, watercourse; different ahupua`a became subsumed under Hanakaoe, land reverted to konohiki
No. 2888, Kaupaona, Hanakaoe, Oahu, January 5, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kaupaona, hereby state my claim for land at Hanakaoe, a kula land cultivated in sweet potato and gourd. I have three lo`i at Kawela, also a watercourse and a hala grove. At Opana are two coconut trees. At Ulupehupehu is a kula planted in sweet potato and gourd. At Oio is a mala of gourd. At Kahuku are two lo`i, at Lanahu and one lo`i at Uwalakui. My house claim is at Hanakaoe, bounded on the north by Kekohai's /land/, on the east by kula, on the south by a land fence, on the west by the sea. My right of occupancy is from the reign of Kamehameha III.
KAUPAONA X, his mark
Claim No. 2888, Kaupaona (Deceased)
Kailiuku, sworn, deposed that Kaupaona died when the measles prevailed about 2 years ago, leaving no heir that witness knows of. At his death the land reverted to the Konohiki.
(This statement was confirmed by other persons present, and no one appeared to represent the claim)
[No. 2888 not awarded]
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