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No. 2924, Kale Kailaa /A woman/
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kale Kailaa /state that/ my house lot at Olowalu was from Z. Kekapa. I am inept, and did not enter this claim previously. I state that there are two lots, however they are together in one place. Also, I have five lo`i here in Lahaina, past my house lot. Kindly work on it.
Lahaina waena, January 8, 1848
Cl. 2924, Kale Kailaa, Wahine
Kapihenui Wahine, sworn, I know the house lot of the claimant. They are in "Paunau,"
Lahaina. Connected with it are 5 lois. It was heard in the days of Mr. Richards, and has b ....
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.... This had been opposed and 12 patches have been given to the heirs of Kamanawa.
Kailaa has lived on this land a very long time. They (witnesses), had known in 1831 that this was his land. Kamanawa had farmed under Kailaa. Everything had been settled with and by the tax assessor and all has met with the land commissioners approval.
[No. 2924; Kailaa]
The properpty was for Kamanawa and was given to Kailaa; therefore, both Kamanawa and Kailaa have interest. The fence is for Kailaa [Kailaa] has interest. The fence is for Kailaa while the property is for Kamanawa together with the inside of the fence.
[Award 2924; R.P. 1213; Paunau Lahaina; 3 ap.; 1.58 Acs]