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No. 6390, Kahikona /Female/, February 4, 1848
Greetings to you, Kaauwai: Here is my message to you. There are some lo`is which were leased by Nakaikuaana. This is what was worked on - those 4 lo`i perhaps this is a claim, for the things made by the parent /Kindly/ consider its validity.
No. 6390, Kahikona Wahine
Kalaikini, sworn, I know part of these lands claimed. What I know is in Lahainawaena consisting of 4 Kalo patches, a dry loi - and a Kula. One Kalo patch and the Kula lie ....
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.... use and he held without dispute 12 ½ years. Kanaaina and Lot have lately disputed claimant's title to this house as I have heard.
Polea, recalled, Kanaina disputed the claimants title as the heir of Hoapili. The claimants father built the stone house on this lot in 1837 and occupied it in peace to his death. His title is very ancient and Kanaina's claim a new one. Upon reflection, I think he disputed this title of claimant's father just before his death.
[Award 6390; Pakala Lahaina; Puako Lahaina; 1 ap.; 3 roods 14 rods; See also Award 6890]