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No. 3280, Waiowae, Kalapaki, January 13, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Waiowae, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land. There are two lo`i and a small kula adjoining it. I received it from Paulo Kanoa.
Farewell to you all,
No. 3280, Wawae, Claimant
Papaa, sworn, says: I know Claimant's land. It is in Kalapaki. It consists of 3 lois & kula in the ili of Keahua. He has a house ....
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.... aki's stream.
Section 2 - House lot.
Mauka by Koenawaiki stream river
Wailua by Koenawaiki fish pond
Makai by Koenawaiki pali
Niumalu by Koenawaiki sea.
Mauka by cool spring
Wailua by pali
Makai by pali
Niumalu by sea.
Land from his (Wawae) parents; Wawae gave it to his son at the time of P. Kanoa; no one has objected.
Kauhailawa, sworn: Papaa's testimony is true.
[Award 3280; R.P. 3823; Kalapaki Puna; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 1 rood 18 rods]