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No. 3184, Kaupiko
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land, consisting of two lo'i at Pumai in the exact middle of Kapalama on the Island of Oahu, explained as follows: One lo'i adjoins mauka of the lo'i of Kalauwalu, and one lo'i adjoins mauka, and beyond the lo'i of Kalauwalu.
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.... me. No objections.
Kekaawe, sworn, Kaupiko's land had been from an in-law, Kaili at the time Nahienaena died in 1836. He has led a peaceful life and now by agreement with the konohiki, Kaupiko's patch which is separated from the rest of his land shall be for the konohiki and the konohiki's patch shall be for Kaupiko because it adjoins his (Kaupiko) land, no objections.
[No. 3184 not awarded]