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No. 683, Kekuanaoa, M. [portion of entire text of Award 677]
No. 683, For Kamamalu, near Punahou,
Namauu, sworn, It is on the plain Kahua. It has a fence which is its true boundary. The place is called Kauihee and is arable. I know it came to the Governor in 1836 as heir of Kinopu. He intends to give it to Victoria. He has held it ever since and there is no other claimant. ....
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.... and planted on it. They have lived there since that time to this day. Kekuanaoa is Kinopu's heir and that land had been from Kinopu. No one has objected."
[Award 683; R.P. 701; Kahua Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 37.48 Acs; R.P. 701; Koula Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .37.48 Acs; Kulokahua Waikiki Kona; 1 ap. ; 37.48 Acs; See 677 for Native Register document; Kahua and Koula are believed to be part of Kulokahua award]