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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. Lilipuna is the name of this land of mine. In Piikoi's division of the lands, he confirmed title to me forever, of Keawanui, and Lilipuna was the land which was ret ....
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.... do not know claimant's land at Ukumehame.
Kauiaunu, sworn, I know Hinau's loi in Ukumehame. It was a teacher's named Moo 10 or 12 years since, 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]