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No. 3323, Davida, Wahiawa, Kauai, January 13, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Davida, a Hawaiian subject living at Wahiawa, island of Kauai, hereby state my land claim. From a lo`i to the kula, the length is 140 and the width is 9. my right was received from Makuku.
No. 3323, D. Papohaku, from G.B. Rowell, March 1, 1855
I send survey of a house lot of above which Mr. Pease refused to survey, joining the lot which Mr. P. surveyed for him, who chose to pass his boundary line close by this house, so as to have cut the Yard, rather than go round the house to give him his due, though but a few minutes labor. It belongs to Papohaku from ancient times & there is not the slightest ground for op ....
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.... n of the natives that he was bribed to do so by the Konohiki. I have no time to attend to those lots, though pressed to do so by the people, & I fear they must be deprived of them.
No. 3323, David Papohaku
Nakuina, sworn, he has seen claimant's land in Wahiawa ahupuaa of Nanahe ili consisting of 40 lois probably, a pasture, and a house.
Mauka by Kuamano and Nana
Koloa by Nana pali
Makai by Ezekiela's land
Hanapepe by stream.
Land from Kaiama at the time of Kaikioewa, no objections.
Ezekiela, sworn; he has heard Nakuina's testimony on David's land, it is true.
[Award 3323; R.P. 3767, Nana, Wahiawa 1 ap. 1 Ac. 2 roods 10 rods; R.P. 3768; Nana Wahiawa Kona; 1 ap.; 1 Ac.]