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No. 3821, Puupuu, Ualapue by Molokai
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim named Hookupualii, in the Ahupua`a of Ualapue on Molokai. The length is 2 chains 7 fathoms 3 feet, and the width is 2 chains 4 fathoms three feet. Poomahoe was the haku`aina from whom Naluau got his land; when he, Naluau died, the land came to me and I have held it until the present day on which I state this. There is 1 lo`i po`alima in my land claim. I also have a kula there.
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a lot in the kula at a place named Kalauonakukui in the Ahupua`a of Ualapue on Molokai. It is 1 chain 10 fathoms 2 feet wide by 2 chains 10 fathomsfeet long. Perhaps it is good, perhaps not; however, Nailiili is the one house claim this is.
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.... ili in Ualapue where he had lived a long time ago to the present time. Wailiilii has agreed to have Puupuu live permanently on this lot, the lot is for him.
Mauka by Land enclosure
Makai by road
F.T. 98v6 [also page 29]
No. 3820!, Puupuu, See page 95
Hakuole, sworn, He has known Puupuu's land in Hookupualii ili of Ualapue by a very old land since Kamehameha I, no objections.
Section 1 - 2 patches.
Mauka by road
Makai by Pond
Mauka by Kaheiau
Makai by Konohiki
Kawelo, sworn, certifies Hakuole's testimony.
[Award 3821; R.P. 6070; Ualapue Kona; 3 ap.; 3.29 Acs]