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No. 2937*M, William Harbottle
N.R. 701v3 [See 2937 Oahu claim]
Cl. 2937, William Harbottle, part 9, 3307
Kahunaaiole, sworn, I have heard that "Huniwiwi" 1 (Ahupuaa) in Kaupo was given to the father of claimant by Kamehameha I before 1819. The family have possessed till the present time.
Mauka by Mountain
Kipahulu by Manawainui's land
Makai by the sea
Kahikinui by Kumuhue[?].
No. 2937, William Habatala /Harbottle/, June 28, 1849
Kahunaaiole, sworn, "I have heard (their land) is in Kumunui I ahupuaa of Kaupo, district on Maui. This ....
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.... ed by his children and they still have it today, no objections.
Mahi, sworn, both have known in the same way.
William Harbottle states, "There is in these lands mentioned above the interest of Kanaka, but it should be separated according to what is proper about their place,"
No. 2937, William Harbottle (section 9)
William L. Lee has worked on this claim. No. 10893 William Harbottle: Work done by . Lee (L.)
[Award 2937; R.P. 7761; Waipio Komohana Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; 172.83 Acs (Apana 8); R.P. 7259 Kumunui 1 Kaupo; 1 ap.; (Apana 9); 145 Acs;R.P. 7030; Opana Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; (Apana 7); 1468 Acs]