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No. 466, Keone, January 8, 1847
Greetings to you, Z. Kaauwai: Here is the explanation to you concerning my lot. It has been surveyed by the surveyor. He has been given the pay of 75 cents.
No. 466, Keone
I. Keaweiwi, sworn, says he knows the land of Claimant in Kuholilea. It consists of a House Lot in Kuahua and two pieces of land in the ili of Keahua in the valley of Kahoma. ....
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.... as an interest there and no one has objected.
Puniwale, sworn by the Bible, Keone's place is at Kuhua. I had given it to him. I had received this (land) from Kaohana, who had received it from Keoua and Keoua received his interest from Kamehameha I. I gave that land to Keone after Liholiho had gone to England. It has been fenced. There are houses built in there and no one has objected to him.
[Award 466; Kuholilea Lahaina; 2 ap.; 1 rood 15 rods]