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No. 2564, Enos Nakahuna, Kailua, Hawaii, December 13, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain to you my claim for land and house lot which are in the land of Punaluu, Ka`u. I have a very old right, from my makuas. When they died I had been born, and so it has been held until today. Therefore, I explain to you that Kinimaka is the one from whom I hold it and I am under him. The house lot has always been mine, no one else's.
I am, with thanks,
ENOS NAKAHUNA, konohiki of Punaluu
No. 2564, E. Nakahuna, Kailua, Hawaii, December 13, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain to you that I have a claim for land and a house lo ....
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These are old sections of land he had acquired during the days of Kamehameha I and he has lived there without opposition.
The boundaries are:
Mauka by Punaluu Heiau
Puna by lava rocks
Makai by sand
Kona by Punaluu pond.
Mauka and Puna by konohiki land
Makai by fish pond
Kona by konohiki land.
Section 3; This section is surrounded on all sides by Ioba Nakahuna.
Mauka and Puna by Government road
Makai by Ioba Nakahuna
Kona by land of the konohiki.
Mauka by Enuhe Hill
Puna by land of Kamali
Makai and Kona by land of the konohiki.
[Award 2564; R.P. 6734; Punaluu Kau; 4 ap.; 10.25 Acs]