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Claim 8504, George Holmes, Ohule Counter, No. 856
To Board Land Commissioners, &C, Gentlemen, Honolulu, February11, 1858
I present the following claim to a land called "Kumuulu," situated at Palama, Oahu. This land was given to Oliver Holmes, my late father by Kamehameha Ist 35 or 40 years ago. At the death of my father in 1825 it fell to me, and I have been in quiet possession of it ever since.
Signed, George Holmes
Cl. 8504, George Holmes
Kaiwiaoao, sworn, I know this land called "Kumuulu" in Kapalama in 3 pieces.
Part 1, Mauka piece - 10 or more kalo patches & a house lot having 1 house occupied by me. It is bounded:
Mauka is land of R.G. Davies
Ewa by Opala
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.... s in it too, but when this section is surveyed, a separation of Ohule's land would be possible and the remaining land would be for G. Holmes.
2. 8 patches: The boundaries are exactly as the survey by A. G. Thurston as shown on the map.
3. 1 patch and 1 fish pond: It is exactly as the map, the boundaries of which were surveyed by A. G. Thurston.
Kama, sworn, I have heard clearly the testimony given by Kaiwiaoao and I have known in the same way. No one has objected except for Ohule's two land sections yet he had received them from his grandparents.
G. Holmes had received his interest from his parents in 1825 and he has lived comfortably. During the Mahele in 1848 the land was granted to him permanently by King Kamehameha III.
[Award 8504; R.P. 683, 684; Kumuulu Kapalama Kona; 3 ap.; 6.59 Acs]