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No. 9189, Keawe
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Keawe, a Hawaiian subject living at Hanapepe on the island of Kauai, hereby state my claims for land, some lo'is and a kula. my house lot is in a separate place. There are 4 lo'i and a kula.
I am, respectfully,
January 18, 1848
No. 9189, Keawe Claimant
Lono, sworn, says I know claimant's land. They are:
No. 1 is two moos named Kaaiilio & Pumakole in the ili of Kaauwaekahi in Hanapepe Kauai.
No. 2 is a 3 fish ponds in Helekalaula a kula in Hanapepe Kauai.
No. 3 is two fish ponds in the same kula. [Helekalaula]
No. 4 a pahale in the kula of Mokupapa in Hanapepe Kauai.
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.... i by Namoemoe has this lot
Waimea by Hanapepe river.
Mauka by Namoemoe
Wahiawa by Heleikalaula pasture
Makai by Kualaau pasture
Waimea by Waimea River.
Mauka between the river
Wahiawa by Koolua's house lot
Makai by beach sand
Waimea by Keko pasture.
Section 1 from Kupia to Pahipuu, from Pahipuu to Keawe at the time Kekauonohi
Sections 2,3,4 from Kaulaloa, no objections to the present time.
Kapohanu, sworn, verifies Lono's statements.
[Award 9189; R.P. 4755; Helekalaula Hanapepe Kona; 1 ap.; 1.25 Ac 17 rods; Hanapepe Kona; 1 ap.; 1 Ac 1 rood 34 rods; Makupapa Hanapepe Kona; 1 ap.; 21 rods; TMK 1-9-07 Ap. 2; TMK 1-9-08 Ap. 3; TMK 1-9-12 Ap. 1; 10657 not awarded]