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No. 3663, Makole
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, a man of the island of Kauai, appear before you to state my land claim. The dimensions are as follows: 28 fathoms on the east, 28 fathoms on the west, 22 fathoms on the north, 22 fathoms on the south. That is my claim. Our occupancy has been from the time when Kaumualii was living until the month of January of this year of 1848. There are some houses in my lot, and it is for you, the Land Commissioners at Hale Kauwila, to make the award.
I am, respectfully, your servant,
No. 10081, Makole, Claimant Waioli Feb 19th 1850
Timoteo, sworn, says I kn ....
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.... Konohiki pasture
Makai by highway
Koolau by S. Kawainui's lot.
Section 2 - Four lois.
Mauka by Kumuohia pali
Napali by Uloa's land
Makai by Pila's land
Koolau by Konohiki's land.
Section 3: Mauka and all around Konohiki's pasture.
Land received at the time of Kaumualii by parents of Makole. Parents have died, but land had been truly conveyed to the parents of Makole, no disputes.
Nunu, sworn, he has seen all of claimants lands just as Timoteo has related here.
[Award 3663; R.P. 5375; Kama Hanalei Halelea; 1 ap.; 1 rood 13 rods; Kumuohioo Hanalei Halelea; 1 ap.; 3 roods 2 rods; See 10081 for Native Register and diagrams; not awarded]