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No. 9106, Kanihomole, Wailau, Molokai, Februrary 6, 1848
I, the one whose name is below, hereby explain to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles that I have a claim in the mo`o of Pauku, Ahupua`a of Ahaino. My land is bounded on the makai side by Kapuki, for Kupa, a stream is on one side and a kula is on another side. I have occupied this land for 8 years. If my claim is found valid kindly award it to me.
A respectful aloha to you all,
Kanihomole"s claim is for Pauku, a moo in ili ku Kuinui, a lele of Ahina.
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.... from Kumuahane in 1832 and has had quiet and undisputed possession until the present. The konohiki has 1 taro lo`i in this land.
Kaawakauo, sworn, I am the Deputy Konohiki of this land and the testimony of Kaneakua is correct.
N.T. 158v6 [also page 79]
No. 9106, Kanihomole
Keawe, sworn, moo land in Kukuinui ili in Wailau.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Paele
Makai by Kaunihipuka
Manae by pali
Malalo by stream.
Kanihomole lived there at the time of Naea in 1832, no one objected.
Pihi, sworn, both have known alike.
[Award 9106; R.P. 6046; Kukuinui, Wailau; 1 ap.; 1.13 Acs]