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No. 4342, Kapuaokahala, Mar.[?] Oahu, January 10, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kapuaokahala, hereby state my claim for land at Malaekahana. It is kula land; ten mala are at Pamoa, one kula is at Kauhiloa, five mala are at Makanikeo, a kula land is at Umaumaalaea, one mala is at Kukuluamalolo. Mauka are two mala of 'awa. At Laie I ....
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The second, third & fourth pieces are surrounded by the Konohiki's land, and planted with potatoes, noni, bananas, wauke &c.
Claimant's House lot is not enclosed. He derived this land from his ancestors. He died in 1848, leaving his land to Kaumanu. He was the Konohiki's Agent on Malaekahana.
[Award 4342; R.P. 3509; Laie Koolauloa; 3 ap.; 1.40 Acs.]