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No. 3620, Kaupe, Niumalu, January 10, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Kaupe, a Hawaiian subject living at Niumalu, the island of Kauai hereby state my claim for land. Two lo`i are in one place with an adjoining kula. The kula is 4 chains long by one chain wide. In another place also are two lo`i. On the east side is a hill, on the west side is a pali. My house is in another place. That is my statement.
No. 3620, Kaupe
Makaiaweawe, sworn, says he knows the land of Claimant. It lies in Niumalu & is in two pieces.
No 1 consists o ....
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.... Pahunui with the kula adjoining the lois.
Mauka by stream
Koolau by Ula and a pali
Makai by Puahi's loi
Kona by stream.
Section 2 - Kaape's house.
Mauka and Koolau by kula
Makai by Hulaia stream
Kona by pali.
Land from P. Kanoa for probably 6 years now, no objections.
Makalalau, sworn, he has seen his land, he has heard Makaiaweawe's testimony, no one has objected.
Ulaia, sworn, he has heard Makalalau's statements, its true.
[Award 3620; Niumalu Puna; 2 ap.; 2 roods 20 rods; Land Patent S-8619; Niumalu Puna; Apana 2; .25 Ac.]