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No. 3897, Naimihale, Waialua, Molokai
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I have a claim for land, named Kuamaunapoko, in the Ahupua`a of Waialua on Molokai, which is 5 chains 8 fathoms long by 1 chain 5 fathoms wide.
Also, there is a kula on the east side is the taro land, on the west side is the muliwai, on the north side is Kai's land claim, on the south side is Kamai's claim.
There are some lo`i po`alima also in my claim, and also one and a half lo`i which are separate.
I also have a kula there; however I have not measured it, although I am telling you of it, the Commissioners to quiet land titles in the Hawaiian Islands.
Naimihale's claim is for ili Kuamaunapoko 2nd, kalo.
Part 2nd, kula
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.... by the konohiki land
Makai by the konohiki's land and Kamahi's house lot &
Kaluaaha by the main stream.
Piece No. 3 is kula land and bounded: On all sides by the konohiki's land.
Claimant inherited these pieces of land from his parents, who possessed it in the days of Kamehameha I and has held it without dispute up to the present time.
Kealole, sworn, Confirms in full the testimony of the former witness.
N.T. 153v6 [also page 74]
No. 3897, Maimihale [Naimihale]
Kanana, sworn, Kuamaunapoko 2 ili land in Waialua.
Section 1 - Taro pasture
Mauka by Sea
Manae by House lot
Makai by Kamai
Malalo by Konohiki
Mauka by Kamakea
Manae by Kahaha
Makai by Kahuha
Malalo by Pali
Inherited land from his (Naimihale) father-in-law, no one has objected to him.
[Award 3897; Waialua Kona; 3 ap.; 3.8 Acs; Land Patent S-8630; Apana 3, 3 Acs]