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No. 8322, Kamakena
I hereby state my claim for a house lot at Iwilei in Honolulu, District 2, Island of Oahu.
KAMAKENA X, his mark
No. 8322, Kamakena, 9 November 1853
Upai, sworn, this is a house lot in Iwilei with two houses.
Mauka, Kalaeloa's house lot
Waikiki, Upai's house lot
Makai, Small street
Ewa, W. Harbottlels land in lele of Kalaepohaku is "Kapukui" pond.
This has been completely enclosed.
This place to Kamakena from Kanakanui, his (Kamakena) brother-in-law and from Kanoa, the wife of Kamakena, who is the sister of Ka ....
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.... this land, I have been a native there since Kamehameha this day and I have known and seen the life of these people. I know this is a clear and true title. The konohiki's objection is not valid.
Kumuhea and Kawelo, sworn, we have seen this place and we have known all of the people who have lived here just as Upai has related, however we have not lived here from Kamehameha I time. We have known these people who have always been here and are now have all passed on this year except for the daughter, Kaia. She has inherited this place; also the place of Kalaeloa. She is the heir of the deceased.
[Award 8322; R.P. 4403; Iwilei Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .43 Ac.]