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No. 8837, Kamapaa
The Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I, Kamapaa, a subject living under M. Kekauonohi, the Konohiki, hereby state my claim for land. There are nine lo`i, and a kula claim which adjoins the lo`is. There is also a house lot claim in another place. They have not been properly surveyed. I am living on the island of Kauai at Kapaa.
Kapaa, Kauai, 5 February 1848
No. 8837, Kamapaa, Claimant
Namahiki, sworn, says he knows the Land of Claimant. It is i ....
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Kona by Puekeeke pali.
Section 2 - In Awaawaloa.
Mauka by Naele point
Koolau by Kapaa ditch
Makai by Point
Kona by Paahumaka pali.
Section 3 - House lot.
Mauka and Koolau Stone wall
Makai by Ulakiu pasture
Kona by Kalepulehu pasture.
Land from Honolii at the time of Kaikioewa and to the present time, there has been no objections.
Huluili, sworn, he has heard Namahiki's testimony, it is true.
[Award 8837; R.P. 6922; Awawaloa 1 ap. 2 roods 33 rods; Wakiu 3 ap. 2 Acs 2 roods]