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No. 728, Hoolualoa to Kaumi, Honolulu, September 23, 1847
Before the Land Commissioners: Greetings and thanks: I hereby tell you of my claim. I have lived here a long time. However, the interest was from my wahine. She died and bequeathed it to me. This lot is situated makai of the church, on the opposite side, mauka of the highway. That is my explanation to you.
I am, with aloha,
HOLUALOA X, KAUMI X
Claim 728, Holualoa, February 18 
John Ii, sworn, This land is in Honolulu, bounded:
Ewa by Kawaihao Church lot and also Mauka
Waititi by a lane dividing ....
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.... had been for his first wife, Kahekili. The lot has been enclosed with five houses within it. This property was obtained in the year 1825 probably. His wife Kahekili died in the year 1839 and the land was possessed by Holualoa, but they have children. I have not known that anyone has ever objected to Holualoa to this day."
Kaauwai, sworn by the Bible and stated, "I have seen this place. Everything is just as John Ii has just related here. I have not known that anyone has objected to Kahialoa [?] to this day."
[Award 728; R.P. 6982; Kaumakapili Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.07 Ac.; Kauwaiaho Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1 Ac., 90 anana, 27 Kapuai]