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No. 436, Kapau
Explanation of right: Be it know by all you Land Commissioners, that I, Kapau, have a right in the Ili of Pepee, from Kailihiwa and the taro patches in the land of Waikani. That is the right of myself and my kaikaina, Kauapolaole.
The boundaries of our houselot are: on the north the path and the fence of Wahinekuapuu, on the east the acre of planted cane, on the south the fence of Kaauwai and the acre of cane, on the west the fence of the jail. I have a house lot at Wai ....
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.... given away in the year 1839 and Kapau built a house there and the fence also in the year 1845. The boundaries are similar with those as contained in his claim and he is living there and the patches are in Wailuku from Kailihiwa. There is a house site with a house built on it. No one has objected until the time of this person here and his three children have been buried there. He has truly become heirs for them.
[Award 436; R.P. 4588; Waikani Wailuku; 1 ap.; 3.48 Acs; Peepee Wailuku 1 ap. 1.2 Acs]