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No. 5051, Kamanu
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my land in Wailua. Wahapuu gave me this mo`o in the `Ili of Keonalu. There are 26 lo`i and a kula in this mo`o. I desire to secure these lo`is and kula for myself forever. In the `Ili of Waieli I have three lo`i, given by Wahinemaikai.
Also, at Waieli nui are three lo`i given by Kahahee.
Also in that Ahupua`a of Pawalu is one lo`i given me by Kauaikalaihi.
At Paakamaka also is one lo`i given by Kainoa. The place where my house stands is another claim of mine, and the other things there inherited by m ....
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.... >Hana by Keahi's land
Makai by konohiki
Hamakua by Wahapuu.
Section 2 - 1 patch at Pauwalu from Kawaikalaiki in 1839.
Mauka by Kawaikalaihi's land
Makai and Hamakua by Kawaikalaiki's land
Hana by Pali.
Section 3 - At Paakamaka.
Mauka by Kanekoa
Hana by ditch
Makai by Kaiwa
Hamakua by Wahine.
Section 4 - House site at Waieli.
Mauka by pali
Hana by konohiki
Makai by ditch
Hamakua by konohiki.
No one has objected to him.
[Award 5051; R.P. 2788; Paakamaka Wailua Koolau; 1 ap.; .036 Ac.; Keononalu Wailua; 1 ap.; 2.75 Acs]