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No. 484, Kaiheekai
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my rights to my lots: Lot one is on the east of Luaehu. Lot two is on the east of Kaleipaihala's lot. Lot 3 is just makai of Kuakii's house for the care of haoles* I wish to enter my claim. However, do it quickly at this time.
Here are the witnesses of Lot 1: Kaauwai, Malaki
Lot 2: Ulumaheihei, Kaleipaihala
Lot 3: R. Keaweiwi, Imiwale.
These are the true witnesses of my rights to the lots.
Lahaina, February 16, 1847
*Possibly a hotel or guest house.
No. 484, Kaiheekai, Lahaina, February 18, 1847
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.... d become Kaiheekai's (land). This was the time the chiefs had come to live here in Lahaina. Before this time all was not so well, but Kaiheekai is living there now. It has been enclosed and stone houses have been built within (the lot).
Lot 2. Pakala which is the name of the property is makai of Pikanele's lot. I have not heard that anyone has objected.
Lot 3. Kaiheekai has a lot at Moanui and it is a very old property from Peleleu. I have not heard that it has been objected.
[Award 484; R.P. 3583; Pakala Moanui Lahaina; 2 ap.; 66 rods; Land Patent 8385; Waianae Lahaina; 1 ap.; 1 Ac. 2 roods 31 rods; R.P. 1659; Lahaina; 1 ap. 300 fathoms 11 ft. Kaiheekai for Halekii]