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No. 2953, Hauu, Waianae, January 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Lehanonui. It is bounded on the north by a kula, on the east by a kula, on the south by the land of Kanaloauoo, on the west by the land of Wahineikalai and the lo`i ko`ele.
The second of my claims is at Lehanonui and is bounded on the north by the Government Road, on the east by the Government Road and the watercourse, on the south by the watercourse, on the west by a kula.
My house lot claim is at Pokilehua. It is bounded on the north by the house site of Nalu, on the east by a Government Road, on the ....
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.... by Pasture pali
Ewa by Kanananoo moo land
Makai by Wahineikalani's land, Patch koele
Waianae by Pili (grass) pasture.
Section 2 - 1 patch in Lehanonui.
Mauka by Mahoe's moo land
Ewa by Opunui's moo land
Makai by Pasture
Waianae by Government road.
Section 3 - House site in Pahoa.
Mauka by Government Road
Ewa by A pasture
Makai by Leepoko pond
Waianae by Reservoir.
Hauna's land from Kaapuiki at the time of Kekauluohi, no objections.
Kaapuiki, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kauhiahiwa.
[Award 2953; R.P. 375; Kanuku Lehanonui Waianae; 1 ap.; 3.237 Acs]