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[No. 236B], Huahaule, Paliuli, Waimea, Kauai, Source Numerical Index
[Award 236B] [No number given]
Claims written previous to 14 February 1847 are lost; they were not among the papers delivered to the land commissioners. Huahaule and his people, he was sworn and related; my claim was written, although I had not seen the date on which it was written. Kanihana, who lives in Waikahalulu, mauka of Honolulu, wrote it, and five titles adjoining each other are in this document, here are the names:
No. 4297B Hakai Kaiawa (see page 229) [236G]
No. 4298B Kaouliokamakani (see page 228-229) [235Y]
No. 4295B Huahaule (see page 228-229) [236B]
No. 4312B Kapualiiole (see page 229) [235X]
No. 4311B Puu (see page 229) [235Z]
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.... eriod with their taro patches which they have held separately.
Kaneahuea, sworn, verified Kailaa's testimony (see page 227).
Kailaa, sworn: the claimants whose names appear below claim the house lot and hog corral.
No. 4295B Huahaule (see page 218)
No. 4297B Hagai Kaiawa
No. 4298B Kaouliokamakani
Their interests are in the house lot and hog corral.
Mauka by Kikiaola ili/Kapualiiole's pasture
Hanapepe by In Paliuli, cultivated land
Makai by Ehuiki moo
Mana by Pokii pali.
No one has objected to that land since they had received it to the present time.
Kaneiahuea, sworn: Kailaa's statement is true (from page 229).
[Award 236B; Paliuli Waimea Kona; 1 ap.; 3 roods 24 rods Given variously as No. 1295B and 4295B; neither awarded; see latter for testimony.]