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No. 11011!, Wana [Makaika]
[should be 11011B]
The Land Commissioners, Greeetings: I hereby state our claim. I have a taro lo`i with my punalua*, the lo`is of my punalua are increasing a little. We have occupied this place continuously with no opposition, as tenants. We have lived there at Hanapepe, island of Kauai, in peace.
Furthermore, there is a house lot and the kulas of my punalua and of myself. For these things which I have stated, kindly quiet title to our claims.
Aloha to you all, respectfully,
Honolulu, Oahu ....
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Punipu, sworn, he has seen his land section.
Section 1 - 2 lois, a house lot and a pasture in the ili of Kuhunu, Hanapepe.
Mauka by Eleele ditch
Wahiawa by Hanapepe stream
Makai by Kapaeli moo
Waimea by Kuhumu pali.
From Wahineaea to Wana at the time of Kekauonohi, Wana dies and land bequested to Nahalemalu, his wife. Nahalemalu marries Makaiku, he has been the claimant since that time without objections.
Palama, sworn, verifies Punipu's testimony.
[Award 11011B; Kuhumu 1 ap. 1 Ac 16 rods; TMK 1-9-01]