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No. 2208, Manu
Ahupua`a of Waikapu, `Ili of Ohia.
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land in Waikapu, a small mo`o, which was from Napuupahoehoe in 1839. I also have two other lo`i, from the makuahine of my wahine. These are claims which remained after my previous letter. My witnesses are Napuupahoehoe and Eeka Dec. 31. 1847
I also have a claim in the `ili of Umieu in Waikapu, which was from Z. Kaauwai. Four of my lo`is are from Naleipuleho.
Cl. 2208, Manu
Kuli, sworn, I know the land of the Claimant. They consist of 4 pieces in Waikapu, Maui.
No. 1 is a Moo of kalo land in Palama.
No. 2 is one loi il Palama.
No. 3 is one moo in Ohia.
No. 4 is 2 ....
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.... no claim, this new Number is the claim.
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, I know of one parcel in the 'Ili of Umieu in Wailuku, I do not know the second parcel. He had it from me in 1845 and I had it from Mauhili in 1838. No opposition, and no po`alima in it.
1. is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Papa
Waihee by the land of Naeam [sic Naea?]
Makai by my land
Maalaea by Kahawai.
Parcel 2 is 4 lo`i at Puako, which were from Naleipuleho in 1845. I do not know how Naleipuleho acquired it. No opposition.
It is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Naea
Waihee by the land of Naleipuleho
The same on the other two sides.
[Award 2208; R.P. 7919; Puako Wailuku; 1 ap.; .12 Ac.; Ohia Waikapu; 1 ap.; .16 Ac.; Palama Waikapu; 1 ap.; .72 Ac.]