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No. 2421, I.S. Kaawa
A petition to the Land Commissioners of the Independent Kingdom: I have a section of land at Halawa in Ahikuli, which is named Kipapa. I got it as follows: it was given to me by Kamailohi and Ulunahele in 1849. The witnesses are Ulunahele and Aole. That is my claim. Kaauwai has worked on this parcel of land. I petitioned to him because of the bad actions of my tenant on this section of land. He was fined $30, in the year 1845. It is finished.\Farewell to you, with thanks.
Waihee, Maui, December 30, 1847
Cl. 2421, J.S. Kaawa
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.... in Waihee. Land from Kahula in 1846. Kahula's land from Kekauluohi, 5 poalimas there, no objections.
Mauka by Land fence
Kahakuloa by Palulu
Makai by konohiki/Prisoners' patch
Wailuku by Naoho.
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, He has seen 1 taro section in Kipapa ili of Ahikuli. Land from Kamailohi in 1841. Kamailohi received this land from S. Pualimi in 1841. I. Kamahini's land from Laanui. Laanui's land from Piia at the time of Liholiho. No objections, no poalima
Mauka by Prisoners' patch
Makai and Wailuku by Kane.
[Award 2421; R.P. 4992; Pahihi Wailuku; 2 ap.; 2.76 Acs