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No. 3080, Kamai, Waianae, January 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land. This land is at Lehanonui, Waianae, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by a kula as far as the pali, on the east by the land of Keaona, on the south by the watercourse land, on the west by the land of Keauwai. My second claim is at Lehanonui, W /?/. It is bounded on the north by a kula as far as the pali, on the south by the watercourse land, on the east by a kula, on the west by the land of Ewa. My third claim is at Lehanonui and is bounded on the north by the land of Malamakuhiena, on the east by the land of Kaapuiki. Here is the third /sic./ This land is at Lehanonui and is bounded on the north by a kula adjoining the ....
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.... auka by Keaona moo land
Ewa by Land ditch
Waianae by Alealekawai moo land.
Waianae by A pasture.
Section 2 - 4 patches in Lehanonui and a pasture:
Mauka by Ditch
Ewa by Ditch
Makai by Ewa moo land
Waianae by Dry stream.
Section 3 - House lot in Lehanonui.
Mauka by Makalio's house site
Ewa by Puehu stream
Makai by Aheakalani's house site
Waianae by Paakea pasture.
Kamai's land from Kaapuiki at the time of Kekauluohi, no one objected to him.
Kakio, sworn, he has known in the same way as Kenai.
[Award 3080; R.P. 378; Lehanonui Waianae; 5 ap.; 3 Acs; Pohakoi Lehanonui Waianae; 4 ap.; 1.79 Acs; R.P. 378 gives 4 apana in Lehanonui and 1 in Pohakoi with a total of 3 Acres]