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No. 6336, Kahopuhopula, Kona, Kauai, Jan. 20, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby state my lo`i claim on the island of Kauai in the `ili of Halepua at Waimea, which was received from Kapuniai which I occupy at this time, as shown on this diagram:
That is the circumference in fathoms.
I am, with aloha,
Officer of soldiers
No. 6336, Kuhopuhopula, Claimant
Kaawa, sworn, says I know Claimant's lands they are in two parts. No. 1 is two lois in the moo ....
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.... ot in Laanokala, ili of Kahoomano in Makaweli.
Mauka by Kupalelo pasture
Hanapepe by Kaawa house lot
Makai by beach
Mana by Huakaule pasture.
Section 1 - land from Kaikioewa at the time Kinau was yet alive and should he err in some way the land would be for the fort, but no one should disturb him, otherwise. Section 2 - He developed a farming land here voluntarily for himself, no one objected to him.
Poka, sworn, Kaawa's statements are accurate and true.
[Award 6336; Kalaauokala Waimea Kona; 1 ap.; 1 rood 26 rods; Halepua Waimea Kona; 1 ap.; 3 roods 18 rods; No. 6589 not awarded]