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Helu 3749B, Paihoihowale, Haule, See 179 page
Hoohikia keia mea kuleana a olelo mai la, ua ike pono au i ke kakau ana a Paakai kumu kula o ka Apana a L. Kamika ma Honolulu. A ua lilo $1.00 no ke kakau ana. Aole nae i hiki mai nei ko`u palapala.
Kama, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma ka ili o Keana ma Kaneohe nei.
Apana 1. 1 loi kalo.
Apana 2. 5 loi kalo.
Apana 3. 2 loi kalo.
Apana 4. Puuone.
Apana 5. Kulanahale.
Apana 6, kula uala.
kahawai o Puiwa
Mauka, loi o Honuaiwa
Koolauloa, loi o Naiwieha
Makai, loi o Kapuhi
Kailua, kahawai o Puiwa.
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.... , upland of Keana.
No. 3 is bounded:
Mauka, upland of Keana
Koolauloa, loi of Kaniau
Makai, upland of claimant, included in No. 6
Kailua, upland of claimant, included in No. 6.
No. 4 is bounded:
Mauka, fish pond
Koolauloa, sea beach
Makai, loi of Kaniau
Kailua, upland of Keana.
No. 5. The house lot is included in the above No. 4, the house lot.
Claimant received his land from Palu in the year 1846 and has had it in peace upt to this time.
Nakahuna, sworn says, the above is true. I was witness to the writing of claimant's title by Paakai as testified by claimant.
[No. 3749B not awarded]