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No. 1936, Kahulauniki
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my claim: Hana is above, a Mauna is below, and I am under him. My claims are for a house lot and a sweet potato cultivated lot with three mo`o within it.
KAHULAUNIKI X, His mark
Claims not taken in draft Foreign Testimony
December 3, , See Native Book of Testimony, Page ....
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.... had given him his land in 1845 and he had lived comfortably with-out any objections until his death in September 1849. He had bequested that land to me, his brother-in-law; however, I think I will save it for his wife at such time when she returns from Hawaii. They have no children.
Napua, sworn, We have known in the same way; no objection. This land is forsaken, February 16, 18--(?), J. Kekaulahao.
[No. 1936 not awarded]