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No. 8507, Anton Fernandes, January 24, 1848
To Board of Land Commissioners, &c.
The undersigned has held a strip of land in Kona, Hawaii in Honaunau. The name of my land is Houiuli. I have held it 17 years. I cultivated a part of it. I have been 28 years on the island, am a colored man from the West Indies, have a native wife & 3 children.
No. 8507, Antonio Fernandez, Honaunau, Saturday, December ....
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No. 8705!, Antono Fernandes
[should be 8507]
Nuuanu and Kanehailua, sworn, they have seen his single section of Houiule ili, in Honaunau, from Kuakini in 1839.
Mauka by Amaumau
North by Ahu ili
K [?] [Makai] by stone wall
Hema by Honiuleiki.
The size of this ili is found in the document of the land surveyor, Mr. T. Metcalf. It is 22 ½ acres and no one has objected.
[Award 8507; R.P. 3452, Honouli nui, Honaunau S. Kona; 1 ap.; 22.5 Acs]