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No. 5316, Kepuu, Kamooloa, [Kona], Kauai, January 12, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I have a claim for land for you to consider. There are three ponds two with taro and one which is weed grown. Like the sum on a slate, they are 9 chains in length by 2 chains in width. One kula is 3 chains in length by 1 chain in width.
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.... Mamalahali's forest
Puna by Mamalahali's forest
Makai by Kamooloa stream
Kona by Kamooloa stream.
Land from Ese Opunui, the Konohiki at the time of Keaweamahi's governorship, no objections.
Kaikuahine, sworn, he has heard Haupu's testimony for Kepuu's land, it is true.
[Award 5316; Kamooloa Kona; 1 ap. 2 roods 37 rods]