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No. 5082, Kaikamahi, Mahaulepu, Kauai, January 13, 1848
Greetings to the commissioners who quiet title from Hawaii to Niihau: I, the undersigned, hereby state my claim for land at Waipao. I have one taro lo`i which is 23 long by 12 wide. Furthermore, there is a cultivated place on the north west side, 66 fathoms in length by 44 wide. Another cultivated place is on the north east side and is 36 in length and 12 wide. The house lot is 59 in length and 18 in width. Kula potato land is 66 long by 55 wide. There are two salt lands. There are two mala of noni, one is 268 long by 120, and the other is 200 by 12. My claim is ended.
A respectful farewell,
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.... nd weeds.
Mauka by Kuheke's land
Puna by Waipoo pasture
Makai by sea onions
Hanapepe by sea onions.
Section 2 - 1 loi at Paaole.
Mauka by Pilipo's loi
Puna by Kapakalehu ili
Makai by Nahuma's loi
Hanapepe by Waipoo ditch.
Section 3 - House lot and a pasture.
Mauka by Kamalule's pasture
Puna by Kahee's pasture
Makai by Wailaau stream
Hanapepe by leading to uplands road.
Land from Hukiku to his parents, they gave to Pukamahine without objections.
Kealahili, sworn, he has heard Pinao's testimony for the land of Kaikamahine, it is true.
[Award 5082; R.P. 5508; Waipu 4 ap. 1.25 Acs. 2 rods]