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No. 632, Stephen Reynolds, December 15, 
F.T. 93-94v2 [See 619 for Foreign Register document]
[Illegible A?], sworn, [her Pi?] son was [placed?] in evidence, described these premises and dated [illegible] 1842, See page 110
John Robinson, sworn, I live on this land described in the above deed and have occupied it since 1830; in that year I purchased it of S. Johnson, who went to the boniau Islands then. It is fenced and has a house and well on it; and no one has diputed my right during that time. I desire this land to be conveyed to Mr. Reynolds as set forth in the deed of 27 March 1842, aforenamed with this reservation; that when I or any of my heirs shall pay to Stephen Reynolds or to his representative, the sum now owed to him from me [illegible]to the sum of 89$ with interest more or less; then the said Reynolds shall convey the same to my children for their use and bene[fit forever].
Note. The claimant [paper torn away] Reynolds converted [?] received the [?] conveyance as [?] land claimed before the Board.
Resumed [missing part of page] page 18 
Cl. 632, S. Reynolds, See page 93
To all whom it may concern, Be it known that I, John Robinson, citizen of Great Britain, at present residing at Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands, have this day for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, bargained and sold, and by this public instrument have bargained and sold unto Stephen Reynolds, a citizen of the United States of America, likewise residing at the same place t ....
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.... the Word of God and stated, "This property is in Honolulu here and I had lived there before, from the year 1830 to this time. Its boundaries are indicated in the land transfer document. I had bought that property from Johnson that same year. The lot has been enclosed, there is a house and a well. No other claimant is there and no one has ever objected.
The bill of sale of that property to Lanai is another evidence for this property and it is thought to be a true evidence for Lanai."
No. 632, Reynolds, February 14, 1848
Hale M. (Makai - H. Swinton), sworn by the Bible and stated, I have seen this house lot in Honolulu here. It has been acquired by that foreigner named Robert Robinson as contained in the mortgage papers of John Robinson, owner of this property. Robert Robinson was indebted to Pelly. John Robinson had given some money to pay the mortgage, but I had suggested that he ask Reynolds because he has money. Robins then asked me to do this so I did go and talk to Reynolds. Reynolds, said, I do not want to buy Robinson's house lot, because he has a wife and children, however, Reynolds is to give $40.00 as a means of help if he should get the mortgage on the house lot.
John Robinson had consented to the mortgage and I have seen the signing and I had gone together with him to take the money to Pelly and that was the money paid for a previous mortgage.
[Award 632; R.P. 1769; Off King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .05 Ac.; See No. 619 for Foreign Register and other Foreign Testimony documents]