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No. 1342, Naimu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Naimu, hereby tell of my land claim consisting of ten lo`i, one kula in the `ili of Puiwa in Nuuanu, Island of Oahu. Eight of the lo`i are at the stream, on the west are the lo`is of Lililehua. Two are above, bounded on the north by the lo`is of Pakaona; on the east by the lo`is of Lililehua and the lo`is of Koa; on the south by the kula of Puahii; on the west by kula and the lo`is of Luau. The kula is just on the west of the kula of Puahiki, and also just on the east of the kula of Manuela.
KAIMU X, his mark ....
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.... i's land
Makai, Luau's land
Ewa, Pakaona's land.
2. - 9 taro patches and a pasture.
Mauka is Puahiki's land
Waikiki, Joseph Booth's land
Makai, my land
Ewa, Koiamai's land.
He had received his land from Koiamai in the year 1836 and he has lived there since that time to the present; no one has objected. Kekuanaoa is the konohiki under the chief.
Puahiki, sworn, Our (two) testimonies are similar to Lililehua's report; no one has objected.
[Award 1342; R.P. 4425; Puiwa Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; 2.83 Acs]