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Claim Number: 05868
Claimant: Kaainahuna, John Z.
Other claimant:Nalino
Other name:
Island: Hawaii
District: Kona, North
Ahupuaa: Holualoa 3, Holualoa 4
Ili: Paehala, Waikalai, Kooai, Kaulehua, Alapa 1 & 2
Statistics: 4208 characters 691 words
No. 5868, John Z. Kaainahuna
N.R. 164-165v5


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[Lot 1 & Lot 2 Diagram is incomplete at bottom of page 2]

Greetings to you, the Commissioners to Quiet Titles, in your work for the Kingdom: I hereby describe my lots which were from my makuas, and the trees which were planted, which were from them, which I have at this time. Lot 1. The first lot has a total circumference of 132 fathoms. Only a small part is suitable for cultivation. It is mostly sea cliff and no trees are planted there at this time, but perhaps later. However, there are some kou trees, which were planted by someone else. There are three trees. Lot. 2. The second lot is the one where the planted things are. They were planted by my makuas, a coconut tree and a kou tree, and kukui trees. The circumference of this lot is 181 fathoms.
J.Z. KAINAHUNA
Honolulu, January 18, 1848
Furthermore, there are my kihapais. There are three mala of sweet potatoes on the kula. there are three breadfruit mala. There a ....

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.... r />Section 4 - House lot.
Mauka by Government road
Ka`u and Makai by beach
Kohala by idle land.
Kaainahuna's grandparents and parents have fenced the lot.
2 houses - 1 for Kaainahuna, 1 for Limakani.

Section 5 - House lot 2.
Mauka by idle land
Ka`u by Kaheoi's land
Makai by Government road
Kohala by idle land.

Kaainahuna's grandparents and parents had enclosed the lot. 4 houses for Kaainahuna and his people. Kaaimahuna's parents had planted 34 coconut trees, and 1 Kou tree. Very old land for grandparents and parents before Kamehameha I, it was bequested to Kaluhimoku and Kaainahuna after their /folks/ death and it has been that way to this day. There is only one objection unless Kaainahuna decides to sell his interest.

Kekoi, sworn, Both he and Kaluhimoku have known in the same way.

[Award 5868; R.P. 4279 Holualoa 3 N. Kona; 3 ap.; 1.51 Acs; R.P. 5300 & R.P. 5481; Holualoa 4 N. Kona; 1 ap.; .307 Ac.; Kaainahuna for Nalino]