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No. 3421B, Kaaa
M. Kenui, sworn, says Kaaa put in his claim to the Land Commission in the year 1847.
Witness knows the land of Claimant in "Nakalepo," Lahaina. It consists of one piece of kula land,
Mauka by a stream
Olowalu by the Konohiki
Makai by the Government Road
Kaanapali by Unale's[?] land.
Claimant received this land from Kaumauma in the life time of Nahienaena.
Kaumauma, sworn, says he is Luna for Daniela Ii, the Konohiki of "Nakalepo." He has heard the testimony given by the former witness and confirms it in full. The Konohiki does not dispute this Claim. (Continued at page 106)
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.... several chiefs present when Hoapiliwahine gave the lot to Naiaholu. The reason of the gift was that Hoapili wished to have her friend Naiaholu close to her own residence. I understood the gift to be absolute and lila loa.
Lot no. 3 was given to claimant by Keawaluaole in the year 1847. He held undisturbed possession of these several lots up to the time of his death in 1851.
Kupena, sworn, knows that Kaaa put in his claim for three pieces of land. Knows the pieces of land and confirms in full the testimony of the former witness.
[Award 3421B; R.P. 5604; Kelawea Lahaina; 1 ap.; .26 rods; Lainapokii Kuholilea Lahaina; 1 ap.; .3 Ac.; Nakalepo Lahaina; 1 ap.; .56 Ac.; See also 3421B not awarded]