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Claims [670, Pakohana], 622 to 671
No. 670, K. Pakohana, Honolulu, Puukolo, 2 September 1847
Greetings to you Keotini /?/ and the Land Commissioners: I, Pakohana, the one who has a claim for a house lot, hereby tell you the truth of my right which was from my makuahine, Kauila. When se died I inherited it and therefore I live at this place of which I am telling you. In witness whereof, I sign my name, with thanks to you.
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.... his interest from Kuihelani, who had received it from Kamehameha I. She is residing there although her mother had passed on in the year 1836 probably. Kauwila is her name. No other person has a right there and no one has ever objected to her."
John Ii, sworn by the word of God and stated, "What I have known is the same as Maalahia has just related here concerning everything of this lot. The same applies to the boundaries and the length of time in residence there."
[Award 670; R.P. 1646 & 1742; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .41 Ac.]