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No. 5093, Keahikuni, Mahaulepu, Kauai, January 12, 1848
Greetings to the commissioners who quiet titles in these Islands: I, the undersigned hereby state my claim for land at Kaualehu, in Mahaulepu on the island of Kauai. Those claims are for 5 taro lo`i, 1 mala of wauke, 1 sweet potato enclosure, 2 kuakua* of salt, 1 house lot. My claim is ended.
A respectful farewell,
/*No data, except a small land area/
No. 5093, Keahikuni, Claimant
Kahee, sworn, I know the land of Claimant. It lies in Mahaulepu.
No. 1 is two lois in the ili of "Kalua."
No. 2 is ....
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.... by beach
Hanapepe by Kiko's house lot.
Section 3 - Potato lot surrounded by stone wall.
Mauka by Kahunananiho stone wall
Puna by Leading to uplands, road
Makai by Wailaau stream
Hanapepe by Nakua's potato lot.
Section 4 - Two salt strips.
Mauka by Kawailoa pasture
Puna by Paaoao's strip
Makai by Makaku's strip
Hanapepe by Kihi's strip.
Land from Hukiku, no objections.
Aaron, sworn, he has heard Kahee's testimony for the land of Keahikuni, it is true.
[Award 5093; Land Patent 8375; Kalua Mahaulepu Kona; 2 ap.; 2 roods 35 rods; Kawailoa Mahaulepu Kona; 1 ap.; 8 rods]