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No. 9102, Kaauhaukini, Manowai, Molokai, January 14, 1848
I, the one whose name is below, hereby state to the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles that I have a claim in the `ili of Loipunawai, Ahupua`a of Ualapue.
My claim is for lo`i and kula land. The lo`i is 17 fathoms on the south, 8 fathoms on the east, 13 fathoms on the west. That is my claim, for the information of the Land Commissioners. I have held this land from the time of Keopuhiwa. If my claim is found valid, kindly award it to me.
A respectful aloha to you all.
Manowai, Molokai, January 14, 1848
No. 9102, Kaauhaukini
Hakuole, sworn, testifies that claimant's land lies in i ....
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.... s;s land in Aiilio ili of Ualapue. The lot is in Kahananui.
Kaauhaukini's land in Ualapue is from Kawelo. The lot has been inherited from Kaauhaukini's father. Kaauhaukini's father is dead.
Section 1 - Taro land.
Mauka by Aupuni
Kaluaaha by konohiki
Makai and Kahananui by konohiki.
Section 2 - Pasture land.
Mauka by Hakuole
Kaluaaha by Paaluhi
Makai by Nohoaai
Kahananui by Lawaia.
Section 3 - House lot.
Mauka by konohiki
Kaluaaha by stream
Makai by road
Manawai by Kaluau.
[Award 9102; R.P. 3648; Ualapue Kona "Award Auhaukini", 1 ap. .2 Ac.; R.P. 3649; Ualapue Kona, 1 ap.; 1.98 Acs; R.P. 3650; Kahananui Kona; 1 ap.; 2.54 Acs]