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[No. 238P], Kinipeki, Kalapaki, Puna, Kauai Numerical Index
No. 3325, Linipari, Kalapaki, January 13, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Linipari, a Hawaiian subject living at Kalapaki, island of Kauai, hereby state to you my claim for four lo`i and a small kula on the east. The length is 4 chains, and the width is 3 chains. I received it from P. Kanoa. Farewell to you.
No. 3325, Kinipeki
Kaaina, sworn, says ....
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Kona by Nawiliwili stream.
Mauka by probably government kula
Koolau by Kanoa's large pond
Makai by beach
Kona by beach.
Kinipeke's land was from the Konohiki at the time of Kaikioewa.
Hoano received this land after Kinipeke's death; no objections.
Kalewa, sworn: he has seen his land, he has heard Kaaiuau's testimony from start to finish.
[Award 238P; R.P. 7797; Kena Kalapaki Puna; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 32 rods; No. See 3325 not awarded]