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No. 3285, Waolani, Koloa, Kauai, January 13, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Waolani, a Hawaiian subject living at Wahiawa, island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for 16 lo`i. The length of the land is 25, and the width is 45 /sic/; there is also a kula adjoining it. my claim is ended. /I have held it/ from /the time of/ Kapoo to Makuku at present.
No. 3285, Waolani, Claimant
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.... also a pasture in another area.
Section 1 - lois
Mauka by Paahiki and Ezekiela's land
Puna by Kuia's pasture/hog corral
Makai by Konohiki Kaniniomalae's lois
Puna by stream
Makai by Naaikala's land
Hanapepe by pali tip.
Land from Kepoo, a Konohiki under Kekauonohi, the governor.
Napahi, sworn, he has heard Ezekiela's testimony. It is true.
[Award 3285; R.P. 6810; Kaniniomalai Wahiawa Kona; 1 ap.; 1.75 Acs 15 rods]