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No. 9405, [Kanaau], Maria
I, Maria Kanaau, am a claimant of a mo'o in the 'ili of Kalanihale, Mananaiki, Ewa, Oahu. Its name is Kumupali. On the north is Kaumaumaula, on the south is Lihue, on the east is a watercourse, on the west is the muliwai of Kaea. There is also a house site, which lies as follows: Beginning at the place where my house stands, measure to the east 20 fathoms, to the west, 20 fathoms, to the south ....
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Mauka, Kaholona pasture
Honolulu, Kalaaulele, part of Lihue
Waianae, Kaumaumaula moo land.
This land had been from Lahilahi to Kapakanae, the husband of M. Kanaau, at the time of Kinau. When Kapakaua died, his wife, Kanaau, received the land. No one objected to her.
Kanehue, sworn, he has known in the same way as Hopoe.
[Award 9405; R.P. 238; Kulanihale Manananui Ewa; 1 ap.; .744 Ac.]