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No. 6408, Kalaikini, Lahaina, February 4, 1848
Greetings to the land Commissioners: I, Kalaikini, am a resident on the Island of Maui.
I hereby present my /claim for/ my lo`is and my separate `ili at Puaalou in Ukumehame, four lo`i and four potato mo`o.
Two mo`o are in another `ili in the Ahupua`a, also two mo`o are in another separate `ili, this is the land of Makaike, an `ili, Kelawea, in Lahaina - the name of that `ili is Kumuniu. These lo`is and the mo`os and this `ili were received from Hoapili wahine in 1839. the witnesses are Davida Malo, Keaweluaole and Maele.
Here is this claim of mine, a house lot at Kailua on Hawaii.
It is at Kianaloli [Hianaloli] in Kailua, ....
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.... Richards; and a survey was then made of it.
(Nothing of the kind on record under this number. J.H. Smith, Sec. No. 347 delivered]
No. 6408, Kalaikini (from page 9, volume 7) 9 February 1852
Polea, sworn, I have seen his land at Kelawea, Lahaina, Maui - 7 patches and a pasture section in one section of land.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kalena's land
Olowalu by Keaweluaole's land
Makai by Kekuelike's land
Kaanapali by Kalena's land.
Land from Mrs. Hoapili in 1838. No disputes to the present.
[Award 6408; R.P. 1723; Kelawea Lahaina; 1 ap.; 2.58 Acs; No R.P.; Makenewa Ukumehame Lahaina; 2 ap.; 9 acs 1 rood 9 rods (9.3 Acs);]