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No. 648, Kekauluohi, Charles Kanaina, Honolulu, August 5, 1847
Greetings to you, Mr. William Richards, The President of the Land Commissioners: Having become administrator of the estate of the heir of M. Kekauluohi: Therefore, I. C. Kanaina, hereby tell of this house lot of Wm. C. Lunalilo and the stone house. Kalolou has the care of it at this time. It is at Kaluaaha on the island of Molokai.
The right to this place was that Molokai became mine, and the teachers were installed on Molokai, therefore I made this place for myself to stay at. No one has objected until this very time.
It is authorized in accordance with the constitution of the Mo`i.
Farewell to you all,
Claim No. 648, C. Kanaina for Heir ....
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.... e seen the property of Kekauluohi at Kaluaaha in Molokai. In the year 1842 Kipa had reported to me on Kekauluohi's house site at Kaluaaha on Molokai and I had recorded in the book the number of lands belonging to Kekauluohi. According to Kipa's report as such, I began to realize that place was for Kekauluohi. I have not known the boundaries nor the number of houses in there and neither have I known any other people (living) there. Upon the death of Kekauluohi this place was probably acquired by her own assistant."
The case of the joint lot with Kakaleleponi has been postponed until Kekuanaoa and Lanai have been summoned because they are the plaintiff. Kamahalo's hearing has been postponed until he is again summoned because he is absent.
[No. 648 not awarded]