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No. 3816, Paaiki, Hanalei, Kauai, January 7, 1848
To the Commission to Quiet land Titles at Hale Kauwila, greetings: I, a man of the island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land /which is from/ the time of Kaumualii until this day when it is stated to you, the Commissioners to quiet land titles whom the Mo`i has appointed to confirm the titles. The Makuas lived at this place from ancient times and it has been held until myself, an old man at this time, and I have lived here perhaps forty years or more. Therefore I firmly believe I have the right, to pass on to my son, if you will award it.
This claim is at Kaumuopua in Hanalei and is situated as follows:
18 fathoms on the east side, 36 3/6 fathoms on the south side, 17 fatho ....
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.... aeli and Nihu in Hanaleiiki.
Mauka by Hanalei river
Napali by Puupoa
Makai by John Kellet's land
Koolau by Kalowakea's land.
Mauka by Paaiki taro moo
Napali by Kalakala occupies Kolowahea's land
Makai by Kaupulehu, a land
Koolau by Kaupulehu, a land.
Taro land from Ihu who was Konohiki of Hanalei in 1839. House lot received during the time of Kaumualii, Paaiki's parent had probably received it before this time in 1834. No objections to Paaiki.
Puupoa, sworn, verifies Kolowakea's testimony.
[Award 3816; R.P. 3035; Paele 1 Hanalei Halelea; 1 ap. 1 Ac 2 roods 11 rods; Kaunuopua Hanalei Halelea; 1 ap. 2 roods 4 rods; See also 10648 not awarded]