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No. 3936, Nakahi/li/
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Nakahili, hereby state my claim for two taro lo`i which are in Kaauwai. One taro lo`i is in Kole in the land of Kalakee. One taro lo`i is in Kalawa, in the land of Napaeko. One kula for planting gourd is at Papilipili adjoining Naholua. Makai of there is one `ili of sweet potatoes. Below Palialai is one `ili of sweet potatoes. At Kawaieli, along the bank of the lo`i is one `ili of gourd, adjoinlng the `ili of Kawahana.
KAHI X, his mark
Laie wai ....
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.... ialua side by Aamaka's land
Makai by Kaohu's land.
The other piece of Kula land is bounded on:
Hauula side by Kaonohi's land
Mauka by the Konohiki
Waialua side by Kaleo's land
Makai by Pakolu's land.
The House site is distinct from the land. It is not enclosed - two houses on it.
Claimant has held the land for 8 years.
The Agent of the Konohiki had no other objection to this claim than to No. 3696, page 281.
[Award 3936; R.P. 3009 & 6538; Laie Koolauloa; 7 ap.; 2.6 Acs]