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No. 333, Kaahanui
To the Honorable Ones:
I will explain my right to you concerning this place. My makuakane, Kuloa, and Ailiili, and Paawela, gave this place to me - one side of Puunoa and also another side of Puunoa. After I acquired this place I fenced it completely. When these people died, their wahines survived and they are the witnesses of their /kanes/ giving me this place.
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.... se was built my husband gave (us) those moos over there. His village became ours because we lived together. When Halaeloa died Kamakini acquired Puunoa and when it was released from Kamakini Kaahanui received it. Then we returned to that land again and when we were released (from the land) it was acquired by Mahine. I do not know about his life there now.
[Award 333; R.P. 1715; Puunoa Lahaina; 1 ap.; 1.22 Acs]