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No. 416B, Malaihi, Wailuku, Maui, January 14, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition you for my houselot. My place is from Nailiili and Kauhapa. The witnesses are Kaauwai and Napela.
No. 416½!, Malaihi
[Should be 416B]
Mailiili, sworn, by the Bible, It [land] is just on the back of [Kauhapa] Lumilani place. These two bought a house and Malaihi asked me for that place for this person to live on and we went to show him the boun ....
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.... iliili and he lived there for 2½ years, and no one has objected to him.
Manu, sworn, I have known that it [land] was further over to Napela's property leading to the puhala trees and joining with the first lot. Malaihi received his land from Nailiili and he also bought Kauhapa's place which cost him $25.00. There were mud and grass houses acquired also in this sale and no one has objected to him to this day according to my knowledge.
[Award 416B; R.P. 6532; 1 ap.; Halaula Wailuku Wailuku; 1 ap.; .68 Ac.]