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No. 599, Keauiaole, June 2, 1847
My interest in this land is from Kaahumanu and Kuakini. The water from mauka, of Kaukonahuanui, was for my land. Here are the places which were taken: my land was sold completely to the haoles, lt was to go to the heir upon death, and since there was no heir therefore the land was returned to the Ali`i.Mr. Brewer"s occupancy here was by the year. This land and Hauale and Komo were all lands taken by the haoles. Kekuanaoa took a portion for himself and the places ....
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.... his place at Kaukahoku in Nuuanu - 1 land section.
1 house, 1 pasture, 4 taro patches:
Mauka, Kamaki"s place
Ewa, my land.
Kuakini had given him his land at the time of Poki"s Tahitian trip in the year 1829 and he /Keaniaole/ [Keauiaole] has lived there always to the present. No one has objected.
Kahoonuha, sworn, Our testimonies are the same. No one has objected.
[Award 599; R.P. 5617; Kaukahoku Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.88 Acs]