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No. 4422, Kaumualii, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kaumualii, am a claimant of land and kula. I have six taro lo'i at Nanahu, and a weed-grown lo'i makes the seventh. The boundaries of these lo'is are:On the north, Wahokakala, on the east, Kalimalaa, west, the kula, south, Puulu. Further, I have two lo'i at Wahokakala, which I cultivate under someone. I have one ....
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.... Mauka by a road
Waialua side by the konohiki
Makai by Kauaua's land.
Claimant's house site adjoins his kalo patch. It is not enclosed. Claimant has held this land for 12 years. He has a piece of kula land also. It is planted with bananas (He gives up any claim to this kula, because it is so trifling).
The konohiki consented to this claim.
[Award 4422; R.P. 249; Kahuku Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 2.39 Acs]