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No. 1913, I. Umalele, Honolulu, December 3, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I, I. Umalele, am the occupant of a house lot parcel at Lahaina in the claim of Kaohana. It was gotten from Kaaimalalo and Haehae and conveyed absolutely to Kaohana without his having to live under them and their heirs. It has been held from the time of the trial of Rev. Wm. Richards until today. The diagram of this lot is below. The length is 12 and the width is 7 and a half, lying as follows:
On the east is a highway going to the Hale Piula, on the north is the dug harbor, on the south is the adobe house in the land parcel of Kaeo, on the we ....
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No. 1913, Umalele, November 26, 
Hamau, sworn, I have seen his place at Honokowai in Kaanapali, Maui.
1. Pasture land:
Mauka by Keawe's land
Lahaina by a stream
makai by Kamemeui's land
Kahakuloa by Aumai.
2. 10 taro patches:
Mauka by Kini
Lahaina by the stream
Makai by Makapuu
Kahakuloa by Keawe.
Mrs. Hoapili had given him his land in 1840 and he has lived peacefully; No one has objected.
Umalele's remaining interests in Lahaina, Maui, will be heard there by some of the Land Commissioners when they get to Lahaina.
[No. 1913 not awarded]