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[No. 639, Hinau], claims No. 636 to 642
Native Register, volume 2
No. 639, Hinau, Honolulu, Oahu, August 21, 1847
Hear ye, O Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my claim for my lot. On the northeast is Kaaha's lot, on the north is the Government Road going upland; on the east is the Government Highway; on the south is John Ii's lot.
This is my claim for my own lot.
Claim No. 639, Hinau, December 3, 
John Ii, sworn, I have known this place from about 1835. It was then lying vacant. At that time Hinau enclosed it and built an adobie house on it; which was partly washed down after. He has always since occupied it himself or by a representative. ....
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Mauka is Hotel Street
Ewa, Puawaina Street
Toward the sea are Konia and Kaaha's lots
Waikiki, a stream and my lot where Dr. Rooke is (now).
I have not known that anyone has ever objected to Kinau to the present time.
Namauu, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "My testimony is similar with the statements just made here by John Ii for everything concerning Kinau's property."
Kaimana, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "My testimony is similar to everything which have been said here previously for all things concerning Kinau's property. Kinau had obtained this place in the year 1836 at the time of Nahienaena's death. No one has ever objected to this day.
[Award 639; R.P. 4466; Punchbowl St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.01 Acs]