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No. 4971, Kalehua, Anahola, Kauai, January 12, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I hereby state my claims in the land of Anahola. There are four lo`i, a kula, a house lot, a plantation of wauke and a mala of noni at Aliomanu. These are my claims.
No. 4971, Kalehua, Claimant
Kaunahi, sworn, says I know Claimant's lands in Anahola. They are in two pieces as follows:
No. 1 is 4 lois & kula adj[acent] "Kanamoa."
No. 2 ....
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Mauka by Konohiki pasture
Moloaa by Konohiki pasture
Makai by stream
Kealia by Kiei's loi.
Land from the Konohiki to Kalehua in 1839, no objections, peaceful to the present except that the Konohiki has taken section two away, from Kalehua although it was Kalehua's own property.
Kawaohia, sworn, he has seen the land of Kalehua -four lois and a pasture, and he verified Kaunahi's testimony as correct.
[Award 4971; R.P. 8620; Kahainaa Anahola Koolau; 1 ap.; 3 roods 25 rods]