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No. 235, Napehe, Claimant (Lahaina)
1 document in Native Register, page 6 volume 2
No. 235, Napehe
To the Land Commissioners: Greetings: I hereby tell you about my houselot at Lahaina. Its sides are, beginning on the East, from the northeast to the southeast, the lot of Namakeha is the southern boundary, the Government Road is on the west, the Government Road is on the North, the road is part of the diagram. The total /of the sides/ is unequal, perhaps, or equal, perhaps - that is the surveyor's work to explain. Here is something further - when it is done I will explain the basis of my claim and give my witnesses.
I am, your servant, [No diagram in this text]
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.... he chief's estate. When all was said and done, this person here went to the chief.
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, I have personally seen P. (Piko) working on the property this person is complaining about. His boundaries are true just as they are in the document from Napehe. I have truly seen that place, which is a very bad place. It is true what I have heard that the place was from the chief and the land holders. No one can deny the authenticity of Napehe's rights on that place.
See page 325, vol. III.
No. 235, Napehe, From page 100, Vol. I and 63, Vol. II [page 100 is Napehe, Claim No. 79]
Postponed until the witnesses Namakaeha (plural) shall come.
[No. 235 not awarded; See No. 79; N.T. 62-63v2 about Oahu lot No. 79]