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No. 1922, Nawaanui
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain to you about my claim for land. There are eight lo`i on the north and five on the south. There also is a sweet potato kula.
Cl. 1922, Nawaanui
Kui, sworn, I know the place of the claimant. It was in Luaalaea, at Manoa in three distinct parts.
1. House lot that is in the ili of Pamoa consisting of 2 houses, no fence, and is bounded:
Mauka b ....
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.... 's land
Waialae, Kekukahiko's land;
Makai, Kekuanaoa's land
Honolulu, a precipice.
2. 2 houses at Pauoa:
Mauka, Moku's land; Kekuanaoa on the remaining sides.
3. 1 pasture at Kalii:
Mauka, Kanaina and Kekuanaoa on the remaining sides.
Kaikaina had given him his land during the time of Kaahumanu I and it has been peaceful to this time. No one has objected.
Kekua, sworn, We have known alike. No one has objected.
[No. 1922 not awarded]