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No. 5309, Kaenalii, Hanapepe, Kauai, January 18, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: Here is my statement to you of my land claim at Kaawanui, an `ili of Hanapepe. There are a total of 17 lo`i, 2 flourishing ones and some scattered ones. My land is bound on the north by Nuanua, by Makaino on the east, by Maimi on the south, by Kahawainui on the west. My land was from Nuanua. I occupied the land in 1845, for 2 years.
No. 5309, Kaenalii, Claimant
Appeared before subcommissioners and stated that he forsook the land named in this claim of his own accord and left it in the h ....
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.... />No. 5309, Kaenalii
Claimant related that he had rejected his claim and it has been conveyed to Kanakamakai.
Nuanua, sworn, he has seen Kaenalii's land.
Section 1 - Kaalakalae moo in Kaawanui ili of Hanapepe.
Mauka by Kukuipukamoo
Wahiawa by hog sty
Makai by in the center of Kalua(?) a stream
Waimea by Hanapepe stream.
Land from Maluaikoo in 1848, after Kaenalii had rejected the land, no objection
since that time.
Kekeko, sworn, verifies Nuanua's statement.
[Award 5309; R.P. 5270; Kaawainui Hanapepe Kona; 1 ap.; 1.25 Acs 20 rods; TMK 4-1-8-03 2.58 Ac.; ; R.P. to Kanakamaikai]