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No. 4777, Nukuwaiki, Anahola, Kauai, January 11, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claim in the land of Anahola, island of Kauai. There are four lo`i, five mala of noni, two mala of wauke, one mala of bitter gourd, and the house lot.
No. 4777, Nanukuwaiki, Claimant
Kekuaiki, sworn, says I know the lands of Nukuwaiki in Anahola. They consist of three pieces as follows:
No. 1 is house lot in "Kauapa."
No. 2 is 4 lois in moo "Kumuahane."
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.... ne, Konohiki pasture.
Mauka by Koele pasture
Hanalei by ditch
Makai by ditch
Puna by Anahola River.
Section 3 - 1 noni kula at P.kioi.
Mauka by Konohiki pasture
Hanalei by road
Makai by Konohiki pasture
Puna by Konohiki pasture.
Land had been for parents during Kaumualii's time.
Nanukuwaiki received it after his parents' death in 1839; he died in 1849, and [the] land was inherited by wife Kukaena.
Kaeleu, sworn, verifies Kekuaiki's testimony.
[Award 4777; R.P. 3957; Kauapa 1 ap. 24 rods; Kumuakane 1 ap. 1 Ac 3 roods]