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No. 682, Kekuanaoa, M. [portion of entire text found in Award 677]
No. 682, For Kamamalu, In Honolulu, called Maunaala.
Paakahi, sworn, I know this place is bounded on:
Ewa side by the Nuuanu Road
Mauka by Captain Nyes place
Waititi side by the stream
Makai by the King's land.
It is fenced with stone. I have lived on it under claimant 5 years and ....
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.... and stated, "I have seen this place; it was mine and I had given it to Kekuanaoa. I had lived there since Kamehameha I and I am leaving my interest there. Kekuanaoa had obtained this place in the year 1832 and the boundaries are the same as Paakahi has just related here. No one has objected to him."
[Award 682; R.P. 705; Kawananakoa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 2.5 Acs; see No. 677 for Native Register document]