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No. 3424B, Kaleleiki
Nalimanui, sworn, says she knows the House Lot of Claimant in Waianaeiki, Lahaina. Claimant got this place from his sister before the death of Kinau. His title to it has never been disputed. It is enclosed and the fence is the proper boundary.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Kahikona's land
Olowalu by Kalua's land
Makai by Keawe's land
Kaanapali by School House & Ninia's land.
Pahia, sworn, says he knows Claimant&ap ....
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.... auu, in 1844. Pawaa died in 1847 and left this place to claimant's wife, who has always cultivated it. There is a poalima patch in this lot belonging to the Konohiki.
(The Konohiki's Agent says he does not dispute the right of claimant, but wishes to have the Konohikis' portion distinctly marked out)
[Award 3424B; Land Patent 8251; Aki Lahaina; 1 ap.; 12 roods; Pahoa Lahaina; 1 ap.; 8 Acs 30 rods; Waianae Lahaina 1 ap.; 2 roods 27 rods; Waianae iki Lahaina; 1 ap.; 2 roods 38 rods]