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No. 3637 /3687/, Kauhailawa, Kalapaki, Kauai, January 14, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kauhailawa, a Hawaiian subject living at Kalapaki, island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land. There are four lo`i ko`ele, and three scattered lo`i, a total of seven. Makai of Kalapaki is one lo`i, making a total of eight. The length is 41 chains, and the width is 47 chains, and there is an adjoining kula. From Paulo Kanoa /I received/ two new lo`i, a total of ten lo`i. 46 is the ....
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.... same name.
Mauka by Wawai's lois
Koolau by Kamoa's loi
Makai by beach
Kona by pali.
Section 2 - 10 lois.
Mauka by Wawae's loi
Koolau by pali
Makai by Kalapaki stream
Kona by Kalapaki stream.
Since the war to the present, no problems.
Hanare (Henry), sworn, he was present and had heard Luka's testimony, it is true.
[Awarded 3637; R.P. 3836; Kalapaki Puna; 1 ap.; 3 Acres 1 Rood 14 Rods; TMK 3-5]