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No. 2962, Alealeikawai [wahine], Waianae, 10 January 1848
To the Land Commissioners: /In view of/ the frequent advertisements of the law, to tell of our claims to you, the designated Commissioners, (1) Here is my claim for a house lot at Lehanoiki, an `ili in Waianae. It is my own, and my kane's. It is completely fenced. He /my kane/ died and I was bequeathed it. Kaapuiki is my witness for this place. (2) Here is my claim for nine lo`i at Lehanonui which my kane made and which have been in my possession continuously until this time. Kaapuiki is the witness for this p ....
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Makai by Kahai moo land
Waianae by a pali.
Section 2 - house site in Lehano.
Mauka by Kamai house lot
Ewa by Puehu river
Makai by Government road
Waianae by (?) dry Papaakea pasture.
Land to claimant's husband from Kaapuiki at the time of Kekauluohi and at his death it was inherited by Alealekawai his wife. Iosua (Joshua) their son is Alealekawai's heir.
Nahina, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kaapuiki.
[Award 2962; R.P. 374; Lehanoiki Waianae; 1 ap.; .792 Ac.; Keahuaolali Lehanonui Waianae; 1 ap.; 1.711 Acs]