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No. 3034, Keuwai, Waianae, 10 January 1848
To the Land Commissioners whom the Mo`i has designated: I hereby state my claims in the `ili at Waianae, at Lehanonui, for three lo`i and the kula. At Pohakoi I have another lo`i. That is my claim.
No. 3034, Keuwai, claimant
Kaapuiki, sworn says, the land of claimant is a moo aina in the ili Lehanonui, Waianae, Oahu, containing 1st, 3 lois & a kula in one piece & Apana 2, one loi & a disputed one, once a koele in old times for which claimant appeals to the Land Commission for a decision.
Apana 1 is ....
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.... second patch is an old koele at the time of Kaapuiki, it has been given to Kenni where he had lived for 11 years, recently it has been taken by konohiki, therefore the land officers will make a settlement between the konohiki and the tenant.
Mauka by Hooleipalaoa koele
Ewa by Ditch
Makai by Kakakai moo land
Waianae by Malaehaakoa heiau.
Mauka by Haawenui moo land
Ewa Koele patches
Makai by Nahinu's moo land
Waianae by Ditch.
Land from Kaapuiki at the time of Kekauluohi, no one objected to him.
[Award 3034; R.P. 372; Lehanonui Waianae; 1 ap.; 1.255 Acs]