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No. 2148, Nalauniu
Land claim of Nalauniu in Honolulu
To the Land Commissioners, peace: I have 5 lo`i and 1 irrigation ditch in the `lli of Kawananakoa, in the Ahupua`a of Honolulu. They are situated in the same place and are bounded on the north by the mo`o of Nihonui, on the east by the mo`o of Kamanuwai, on the south by the mo`o of Lapakaihee, on the wes ....
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.... launiu's land was left to Mahoe,
his own older brother and he is living a peaceful life to the present time.
Hokopa, sworn, I have known about this claim in the same way as Poupou had stated
above, he lived a peaceful life until death, Mahoe is living peacefully at present.
[Award 2148; R.P. 7230; Kawananakoa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .98 Ac.; Nalauniu for Mahoe]