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No. 147B, Kainiki
This claim is in ili Lepahupahu, Wawaia, consisting of kalo & kula leles.
This [illegible] claim Kamehameha 1 & konohiki confirms it.
F.T. 136v6 also page 57
No. [147B], Kainiki
Nakoi, hoohikiia. Ma ka ili o Lepahupahu ma Wawaia.
Apana 1. kalo
He mau kula kekahi. Ua noho i ka manawa o Kamehameha I, aole keakea.
No. 147B, Kainiki, Kapualei, Oct. 22, 1853
Nakaa, hoohikiia, Na`u no i kakau kona palapla kule ....
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.... Kula land.
Mauka, Kaluaaha & Makai, land of Konohiki
These were from Kaihe before 1839 - when Hoapili was alive and he has had quiet and undisputed possession.
Kiekie, sworn: Our knowledge of it is the same.
Decision: Apanas 1, 3 and 4 are good. Apana 2 will be 1/4 acre.
N.T. 136v6 [also page 57]
[No number], Kaimiki
Taro in the ili of Lapahupahu in Wawaia.
Mauka by Ino
Manae by Kawahawale
Makai and Malalo by Konohiki.
There also are pastures and Nakoi had lived there at the time of Kamehameha I, no objections.
[Award 147B; R.P. 3779; Wawaia Kona; 4 ap.; 3.3 Acs]