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[No. 149B], Kaunuino
[Listed under 4180]
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I have a mo'o, Puumaile, in the Ahupua'a of Kumueli, Island of Molokai - see the diagram above. /None shown/. The length is 82 and the width is 47.
Kanewainui's land is to the eastward, and the same on the makai side, on the downwind side is a row of hala trees, on the mauka side is a po'alima. Awili gave it to Kaiaiki, and Kaiaiki bequeathed it to me.
Awili also is the witness. It was gotten at the time of the Fort, in 1832 -- there are 15 individual claims. The length is 118 and the width is 58. A kula claim is 114 fathoms b ....
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.... i konohiki iloko apana 1.
Kanewanui, hoohikiia, Ua like pu ko maua ike.
Hooholoia apana 1. 1 loi konohiki e hemo. apana 3. 1 eka hemo
N.T. 138v6 [also page 59]
No. 4180, Kaunuino
Mahoe, sworn, taro land in the ili land of Puumaile in Kumueli.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by konohiki
Makai by konohiki
Manae by Kanewanui
Malalo by stream.
There are pasture sections also. Land from Auili in 1835, no one has objected to Kainunui.
[Award 149B; R.P. 3806; Puumaile Kumueli; 3 ap.; 3.71 Acs; R.P. 3780, Puumaile Kumueli, 3 ap.; R.P. lists name as Kainuinu; No. 4180 not awarded]