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Cl. 3925E, Kanealii
Kahaleola, sworn, I wrote this man's claim in January 1848 and sent it to Oahu.
Pupuka, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are in 5 pieces in Honokowai.
No. 1 is a house lot in Haenanui.
No. 2 is a kula land in Palaha.
No. 3 is a kalo land in Palaha.
No. 4 is a kalo land in Haleaa.
No. 5 is a kula land in Haleaa.
The claimant received some of them from Aumai before 1839 and some since in 1840, 1841 or 1842 perhaps. He has enjoyed them in peace ever since. There is a poalima belonging to the ....
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Section 3 - Taro land at Palaha.
Mauka by Kaluakini
Lahaina by pali
Makai by Foreigner Keoni
Kahakuloa by stream.
Section 4 - Taro land at Haleaa
Mauka by konohiki
Lahaina by Alaala/poalima
Kahakuloa by konohiki.
Section 5 - Wauke land at Haleaa.
Mauka and Lahaina by Pali/William Shaw
Makai by konohiki
Kahakuloa by pali.
Land from Aumai prior to 1839 and after 1840 at the time of Mrs. Hoapili, no
objections. 1 mahele patch in section 3.
[Award 3925E; R.P. 7996; Moomuku Honokowai Kaanapali; 4 ap.; 1.71 Acs]