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Cl. 3925H, Kaaha
Kauwealoha, sworn, I think I wrote out Kaaha's claim in January 1848, and sent it to Oahu. I am almost sure that I did, but I can not swear to it positively for I wrote several hundreds and in great haste.
Makamaikai wahine, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They consist of six pieces in Honokowai and Kahana and Mailepai.
No. 1 is a kalo land of 4 lois in Naunaunahawele.
No. 2 is a kula land in Maile, Honokowai.
No. 3 is a house lot in Kahananui.
No. 4 is a kula land in Kahananui.
No. 5 is a kula land in Kahananui.
No. 6 is a kula land in Mailepai.
The claimant received the first 5 pieces from his parents in ancient times, and the 6th from Kaala in 1848, after his claim was sent in. The claimant's tit ....
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.... o's land.
Section 4 - Pasture land at Kahananui.
Mauka by Pala's land
Lahaina by stream
Makai by Kuoioi
Kahakuloa by pali.
Section 5 - Pasture land at Kahananui.
Mauka by Haloa
Lahaina by pali
Makai by stream
Kahakuloa by Apolo's land.
Section 6 - Pasture land at Kailepai [Mailepai?]. Sections at Honokowai from Kaaha. Sections in Kahana are ancient. The section in Mailepai from Kalalau and Alaala.
These 6 sections were obtained [This 6th section was] after February 14, 1848. Kaaha is deceased, Kahinalua, his son is heir, no objection.
[Award 3925H; R.P. 7945; Mailepai Honokohau Kaanapli; 1 ap.; .46 Ac.; Naunaunawele Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .44 Ac.; Kahananui Kaanapli; 3 ap.; 2.21 Acs; Maele Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .89 Ac.]