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No. 6439, Kamanawa L., Lahaina, February 2, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Luka Kamanawa hereby enter my house lot at Pounau, adjoining the lot of Kahula and Keaweluaole. My lot is between these lots and is an old one from my makuas. My witness is Malua.
Cl. No. 6439, L. Kamanawa, deceased
A woman named Keaweaheulu appeared as his heir and represented this claim.
Kahula, sworn ....
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.... told. Kamanawa never set up or made known any claim to this land until 146, when he wished it for himself up to that time. Claimant has had peaceable possession.
I know Kaaweaheula, she is claimant's [niece][torn paper]. I heard claimant give her this land.
Nakawalu, sworn, I am nearly related to claimant, being his nephew. The claimant left this land to Keaweaheulu. I have heard the last witness's testimony and it is correct.
[No. 6439 not awarded]