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No. 445, Kapiu, Wailuku, February 12, 1847
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby petition for the right to my house lot at Honolulu on Oahu. I testify to you concerning the basis of my claim to this house lot. Here is the time I got this place. Kekuanohu * was the name of that time. That place was from Kahale, to Lina Haole. My kaikuahine slept with him, and our makuakane, Moe, had it f ....
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.... oe at the time of the building of the Fort at Honolulu, and lived there until about 1831. Adam Kaiwi lives on it now. Kekuanaoa is a counter claimant.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Broadway
Waikiki by Honolulu Hale
Makai by Merchant Street
Ewa by Mr. Reynold's lot.
The claimant lives at Waihee.
See page 270 volume 5 [?] [No. 4442 to Kapu?]
[No. 445 not awarded]