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No. 10490, Nainaina, Waiapuka, Kohala, January 30, 1848
Here is my claim for land. Waiapuka is the Ahupua`a, Kii is the `ili. The circumference is 650. There is a claim for my `ili of Kukuihaa, the circumference is 255, and it was from Luka /Ruth/ to Kuakini, Jr., and from Kuakini to me. I have held it eight years. I have a claim for 4 lo`i in the `ili of Haai, which Kaneohiahi gave me. I have 5 lo`i in another place which Pi gave me which I have held for 10 years. This is a claim for one sweet potato planting. The circumference is 130.
No. 10490, Nainaina
Kapapa, sworn, testifies that claimant occupies one piece of land in the Ili of Inaikahui, Ahupuaa Waiapuka, bounded as follows:
South by land occupied by Konia
West by land occupied by Konia
North by land occupied by Konia
East by land occu ....
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Hamakua by Auau 2.
Fourteen patches and two pastures in the ili of Kukuihaa ili land:
Mauka by Makanaka, ili land
Kohalawaho by Niulii ahupuaa
Makai by Kiei ili land
Hamakua by Auau I.
[No.] 4. Ili land of Haoi, five patches and a pasture.
Mauka by Kaneohiohi's land
Kohalawaho by Kaneohiohi, also on Makai and Hamakua.
[No. 5]: Auau 2 ahupuaa and Makanikahio.
Mauka by idle land for the konohiki's of these ahupuaa
Kohalawaho by Auau for the Konohiki
Makai by a precipice
Hamakua by Kamaialii's land.
This is an old place his parents has had since the time of Kamehameha I to him now and no one has objected to this day."
Kaipukani, sworn and stated, "I have known exactly as Puanaiwi has stated here."
[Award 10490; R.P. 4719; Waiapuka N. Kohala; 1 ap.; 12 Acs]