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No. 144B, Kawaha, lost claim
Kamaka, former [H? hakuaina?] sworn, this claim is in ili Punaweu [Punawai], Hon [Honomuni], 2 parts.
Part 1st kalo & kula
Part 2. Kula
Malalo, pela no [? or pali?].
These lands were received in old time & konohiki confirmed him there.
F.T. 124v6 also page 45
No. [144B], Kawaha Haule
Pilaliohe, hoohikiia, Ma ka ili o Punaweu ma Honomuni.
Apana 1. aina kalo
Apana 2. aina kula
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.... akai by Keoni
Malalo by Pali.
Land from Kamakaheikuli and the new konohiki has retained Kawaha. No one has objected.
No.144B, Kawaha, 2 November 1853
Pilaliohe, sworn, Kahukaimulili wrote this claim in 1847 and gave it to C.B. Andrews. I have seen
his land at Punaweu of Honomui.
Section 1 - Taro land and Kula.
Mauka by Road
Halawa, Makai and Kaluaaha, Konohiki's land.
Land from Kama at the time of Kamehameha I, no disputes to the present.
Mukiki, sworn, both witnesses have known in the same way.
[Award 144B; R.P. 7899; Punawai Honomuni; 3 ap.; 3.24 Acs; R.P. 7900; Punawai Honomuni; 1 ap.; 2 Acs; R.P. 7900; Wainui Honomuni; 1 ap. .21 Ac.]