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No. 3933, Napaeko, Laie, January 1, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: Because of the law enacted by the Mo`i, telling claimants to present their claims, therefore, I hereby state the claim for my land at Laie, Island of Oahu. There are five taro lo`i, one houselot, eight kula for plantings suitable for a dry area, The right to my lo`is was from my makuas, also my kulas. Three koa trees are in the kula. ....
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The Kula land is enclosed and well cultivated. It is surrounded by the Konohiki's land.
The House Lot is near the sea side. It is not enclosed. There is one house on it. Claimant held the land for 15 years.
The Konohiki's Agent consented to this claim.
[No. 3933, R.P. 1533; 5 ap.; .75 Ac.;according to index 3933 not awarded; See Award 3938 but that is not to Napeko; the royal patent lists 3933]