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No. 624, Stephen Reynolds
F.R. 86v2 [See Award 619]
F.T. 91v2 [See Award 619]
Claim 624, S. Reynolds, continued from page 91
Know all men by these presents, that I, Alexander Smith, a citizen of United States, residing at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, in consideration of $2500 dollars to me paid by Stephen Reynolds, citizen of United States, residing in Honolulu, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, do by these presents give, grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said Stephen Reynolds, his heirs & assigns, all my right, title & interest in a certain piece of ground, situated in Honolulu, aforesaid, bounded as follows: viz.
[margin note:] Original returned to Mr. Reynolds after c ....
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.... ns Chapel Street and on the left end of Moa's store that is with Polena.
A.Smith, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "In the year 1829 Lanai and I had worked with a blacksmith and when we had separated, the native gave me that land called Hinau. Keehu had given him this and later he had sold it to Lanai. I had lived there peacefully and without any objections from anyone until I had a sale with Lanai. I had given the land bill of sale for $2,500.00 on the 21st day of March 1847. The boundaries are Chapel Street on the mountainside; Uahune's place on the Ewa end; Kekuanaoa's former place is Waikiki and Thomas Cummins' lot is on the oceanside.
[Award 624; R.P. 1769; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .25 Ac.; See Award 619 for other documents]