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No. 5387, Hinau, Lahaina, January 26, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim to you, on the Island of Maui at Ukumehame. There is one lo`i there, that is my claim I.
My claim II is on the Island of Molokai. There is a land of Ohia, and on the west, of Kaamola. Between them is my claim, in Keawanui. I have two house lots in Keawanui, also, those are my two claims.
Here is my third claim: on the Island of Oahu in Kaohe. ....
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.... and from him it came to claimant through the widow of Moo, who is his wife, Kahaiaohe. I never heard his right disputed. It is a large loi.
Mauka is waste land
Maalaea side is a creek
Makai is paahao loi
Lahaina is D. Malo's.
I think now that David Malo claims this patch in his capacity of Kahu kula. Kaleiwahalua has the care of it for claimant.
[Award 5387; R.P. 3356; Ohiaiki Ukumehame Lahaina; 1 ap.; 1 rood 6 rods; For Molokai see 2715*Mo]