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No. 706, Kukuna Neki, Honolulu, September 2, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for my lot, as follows: it was from my makuas to me. It is outside of the kula of Kahua, makai of the road to the French lot.
This is the place where my lot is situated. There is my explanation to you.
I am, with respect,
Claim 706, Kekuna Neki, February 7, 
John Ii, sworn, This place is boun ....
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.... received this land from Polunu, his mother, in the year 1836. When his mother died, everything was left for Neki and her young sister, Hana, of Haalilio. No one has objected.
My interest is the same as Hana's right for this land."
Kahanaumaikai, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "I have seen this place. It is exactly the same as John Ii's statements which were just read here. No one has objected to him."
[Award 706; R.P. 5735; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 7.4 Acs]