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No. 4130, Kanakaole, January 12, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: Here is my claim for land, which was from Moluhi and therefore the claim for a houselot. It is 25 fathoms long and 20 fathoms wide and there are six gardens. Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners, and thanks,
No. 4130, Kanakaole, September 12, 1848
Kaina, sworn and stated, I have known it to be in the ili land at Puukapu in Waimea, Hawaii in six sections.
1. House-lo ....
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.... . 1 sweet potato patch:
Mauka by Kanaue's land
Waho by Ahinaaumai's land
Makai and Kohala for the konohiki, Moluhi.
6. 1 potato patch:
Mauka by Kawelo's land
Waho, Makai and Kohala by Moluhi, the konohiki's land.
Kanakaole's land is from Moluhi in 1821; no one has objected to this day."
Kanaue, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Kaina has just stated here; no one has objected."
[Award 4130; R.P. 7334; Puukapu S. Kohala; 2 ap.; 3.24 Acs]