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No. 5408, Mahi, [Holopau, Nailimae], Kamaile, January 24, 1848
the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I
hereby state my claim for land and house. This land is at Kamaile,
Waianae, Island of Oahu and is bounded on the north by the Pali, on the
east by the land of Hema, on the south by the land of Kia, on the west
by the land of Keoweiwa. The second of my land claims at Kamaile in
Waianae is bounded on the north by the land of Kalama, on the east by
the land of Hema, on the south by the Wall, on the west by the land of
Keoweiwa. My third land claim at Kamaile, Waianae, Oahu, is bounded on
the north by the land of Kahalehili and the kula, on the east the pali
and the land of Mauahi and Lalawalu, on the south by the land of Kaana,
on the west by the kula. My fourth claim at Kamaile, Waianae, Oahu, is
bounded on the north by the land of Kaana and the kula, on the east by
the land of Holi and ....
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.... of Holi, which is true.
No. 5408C, Holokaa, deceased (court action) 28 February 1850 (Holokau for Kaupu)
Haupu, his (Holokaa) grandchild and heir of his land and all things had come.
Holi, sworn, he has seen Holokaa's land, Kalawa, a moo land in the ili of Kamaile 2 in Waianae, Oahu - 9 patches in 1 section. The house site is the second section.
Mauka by Kainuwai, a moo land
Ewa by Kainuwai, a moo land
Makai by Kuaia, a moo land
Waianae by Hog sty.
Mauka by fence
Ewa by Piiapoo's house
Makai by beach
Waianae by fence.
Land from Kalama at the time of Liliha, no objections and at his death, Haupu, the heir received the land.
Muno, sworn, he has known in the same way as Holi.
[Award 5408C; R.P. 1043; Halawa Kamaile Waianae; 1 ap.; .874 Ac.; See Award 5408 for Native Register document, name in N.R. is Holopau; award to Haupu]