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No. 1064, Mai
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Mai, hereby tell you of my claim: two patches and a kula, at the `ili `aina of Kapaepaealii, adjoining Kumuula, in Kapalama.
Cl. 1064, Mai, 29 May 1848
Kahuepu, sworn, Tis place is in two lots in Palama.
First place is bounded:
Mauka by my place
Waititi by Kekai's
Makai by Kaauwai's place
Ewa by Wm Harbottle's place.
It is not fenced.
Second is bounded:
Mauka by Keaka's place
Waititi by my own and Kukai' ....
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.... ad received it (1833). No one has objected to him to this day.
Kahanio, sworn and he said, "I have seen this property of Mai exactly as Kahuepu has just related to you people. No one has ever objected to this day. Page 79
No. 1064, Mai, From page 76 by May 31
Naopala, sworn and stated, "I have seen Mai's property of which I had given him at the death of Hoapili wahine. He was the caretaker; however, I have not submitted a claim. I believe the day's work is my only claim. Therefore, I shall discontinue my interest there."
[No. 1064 not awarded]