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No. 577, Kaleimoku, Honolulu, May 15, 1847
Honorable Richards: I hereby testify as to the one from whom I got my land interest: It was from my own parents, not under anyone else. It was not given by the chiefs - lt was my own parents very own place and on their death I inherited it. That is what I am explaining to you. I wish to purchase it quickly from the government.
I am, with thanks,
Claim No. 577, Kaleimoku, November 17 
Paki, sworn, I know the place Kap ....
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.... hildren and four servants.
Chapel Street, mauka
Mahuka's lot, Ewa
Merchant Street, makai and
Napohaku and Kaohipau's lots are on the Waikiki side.
No other in-terests are there."
Namauu, sworn by the Word of God to state the truth, "What I have known, about Kaleimoku's property is the same as has been related here by A. Paki concerning all things of that property."
[Award 577; R.P. 1920; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .71 Ac.; R.P. 3608 duplicate R.P.]