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No. 3890, Paoa
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: A claim for lo`i and kula land in Wailuku. I, Paoa, hereby state that I have 38 lo`i and a kula at Lamalii iki, lying as follows: on the north, the seven lo`is, on the east, the sand ridge and the road, on the south, Lamalii nui, on the west, Lemukee. My right of occupancy was from Kalawaiahonu.
Wailuku, 17 January 1848.
Cl. 3890, Po ....
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.... uly 12, 1849
Kanekoa, sworn, I know his land, one parcel of taro in the `Ili of Lamalii iki, Wailuku. It was from B. Mahune in 1840, and B. Mahune had it from the Mo`i. Two po`alima are in it.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Lamalii nui, an `Ili
Waihee by Kalawaiahonu
Makai by the same
Maalaea by Government lot.
[Award 3890; Land Patent S-8651; Lamaliiki Wailuku; 1 ap.; 2.45 Acs; Land Patent mentions luakini heiau]