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No. 6377, Kekuamanoha, Waimea, Kauai, January 18, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for a kula and the lo`is in the 'ili of Halepua in Waimea on the island of Kauai. It was received from Keawamahi in 1840 and has been held until this year of 1848. The diagram is below:
That is the circumference in fathoms of my claim.
No. 6377, Kaulaloa Kekuamanoha, Claimant
I know Claimant's lands, they are:
No. 1 - Moo called Kaumahaluau in ili of Halepua Waimea.
No. 2 - A pakanu in Kaluapahai ili Waikui in Ahupuaa of Makaweli.
No. 3 - Pahale in Ukula Hanapepe.
No. 4 - Pakanu & kula in Ukula.
No. 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Kapeau a loi
Hanapepe by Waimea River
Makai by Hoolapa's ditch
Mana by auwai of Peekauai.
No. 2 is bounded: ....
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.... >Mauka by Kapalawai pasture
Wahiawa by Kanaliianu pasture
Makai by Government enclosure
Waimea by salt beds.
Land from Kapuniai in 1844 at the time Kekauonohi was governor.
Sections 3 and 4 from Kekauonohi in 1843.
Section 2 from Kekoanaoa in 1848, no objections.
Section 5 - Witness does not remember about this house lot section.
Here are the boundaries:
Mauka by Papalakoa loi
Hanapepe by Maunakilika pali lot
Makai by Government road
Mana by Government road.
Land from Kekauonohi in 1843, this interest is in the claim of Kapuni 3590, and Kapuni had consented to this interest for Kaulaloa; no objections to this place.
Kakau, sworn, Kahalewai's statement is accurate.
[Award 6377; R.P. 8460; Ukula Hanapepe Kona; 2 ap.; 2 Acs 1 rood 11 rods; TMK 1-8-08 lists Ap. 1 and 2 in Hanapepe; no acreage given; claims land in Waimea but appears not to be awarded it]