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No. 3972, Hinaumai, Waipio, January 9, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, I hereby state my claim for land at Hapenui[Hopenui], Waipio, Island of Oahu.
It is bounded on the north by Kaele, on the east by the mo`o of Manoha, on the west, by some lo`i ko`eles, on the west by the mo`o of Lihue. I claim a kula in this same `ili. My house claim is at Moha, and it is bounded on the north by kula, on the east by the land fence and the kula, on the south and west by kula.
[No.] 3972, Hinaumai, Claimant
Paele, sworn, says, the land of claimant is a mooaina called Kak ....
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.... No. 3972, Hinaumai (court action)
Paele, sworn, he has seen his land Kahui, a moo land in the ili of Hopeanui in Waipio, Ewa, Oahu - 5 patches and a pasture in 1 section.
Mauka Makaliilii moo land
Honolulu by Kaalokea ili
Makai by Kuaiula moo land
Waianae by Laauli's ditch.
Section 2 - House lot.
Mauka by land enclosure
Honolulu by Awala's house site
Makai by Heeheepali
Waianae by Manoha house site.
Hinaumai's land from Leoiki at the time of Kinau, no one objected to him.
Napela, sworn, he has known in the same way as Paele.
[Award 3972; R.P. 805; Hopenui Waipio Ewa; 1 ap. .83 Ac.]