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02109 Nahala, son; Pao, Kinopu; Kawao
Claim Number: 02109
Claimant: Kanepaina
Other claimant:Nahala, son; Pao, Kinopu; Kawao
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Kona
Ahupuaa: Kalihi
Ili: Keonepanee, Kaluapalena, Pohakalawaia, Kapapawaa
Statistics: 2472 characters 413 words
No. 2109, Kanepaina
N.R. 359v3

To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is belor, hereby state my claim for a mo`o at Keonepanee, a single lo`i called Pai, in the `ili of Kapapawaa. Far mauka in Kalihi is a cultivated valley where taro and other vegetable foods are grown, in the `ili of Huea is a place called Kapoho. I will describe the boundaries when I am sent for. This is in Kalihi.
Residence: Keonepanee

N.T. 646v3
No. 2109, Kanepaina, See page 647, July 17, 1850

Kawao, sworn, I have seen his land sections at Kalihi in the ili listed, three land sections.

Section 1 - 1 patch, Pai in Keonepanee.
Section 2 - 2 patches at Papawaa in Kaluapalena ili.
Section 3 - garden, Mauka, in Pohakalawa ....

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.... land
Makai and Ewa, Moehonua.

Mauka, my land
Honolulu, Moehonua; also on Makai and Ewa.

Mauka, Moehonua
Honolulu, Hamanalau
Makai, land of Naai
Ewa, land of Kahaha.

See page 650

N.T. 650v3
No. 2109, Kanepaina, From page 647, July 24, 1850

Pao, sworn, It is true no one had objected to the two patches at Kalua-palena, but when Kanepaina died, he had bequested his land to his wife, Kahalekapa, in 1849 and at that same time, she gave those patches to me. I had had them to this time. No one has objected.

Kahaha, sworn, I have not seen Kanepaina cultivate on my land, perhaps my tenant has known.

[Award 2109; R.P. 7574; Keonepanee Kalihi Kona; 1 ap.; .85 Ac.; Kanepaina for Kawao]