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No. 11045, Barenaba, February 4, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I ask you to investigate a mistake concerning the land claims, as follows: A parcel of land of Alakahi, a lihi /edge/, not mauka - it is at the sea, adjoins the konohiki land. It was taken by Puumois konohiki, a sandy place, to go downhill /for access to the sea/.From ancient times it was not for Puumoi. It went to Puumoi with her kane, Kamak ....
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.... int, in Onomea Bay, there is a sand beach.
No. 11045, Baranaba
This claim is not clear and is therefore rejected.
Baranaba, sworn deposed, that he relinquishes this claim in toto.
No. 11045, Barenaba
[Barenaba], sworn, He has admitted he has no claim. This claim is not clear and it has been rejected.
[No. 11045 not awarded]