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No. 8613, Keonekapu, 14 February 1848, Honolulu, Oahu, Hauhaukoi
I, Keonekapu, am a claimant for my little claim before you, the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Kingdom. I hereby state the nature of my claim: there are ten lo'i and also a house site, in Hauhaukoi. That is my claim for which I petition you, the Land Commissioners.
Farewell to you and thanks,
No. 8613, Keonekapu, 11 November 1851
Hololua, sworn, I have ....
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.... y or before, perhaps. He still lives there, taro has been planted and is growing well - no disputes.
Kekipi, sworn, Hololua's statements are true and I had been the person who had given to him because I was the over-all konohiki of Aala. I had given him two patches and a pasture.
Moeino, sworn, I have seen his patches at Hauhaukoi just as Hololua has testified, however I do not known how he had received them.
[Award 8613; R.P. 7446; Hauhaukoi Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.;.15 Ac.; to Keonikapu]