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No. 745, Kamaukoli
To the President of the Land Commissioners: William Lee and group, Greetings: In accordance with the law, directing everyone to claim their house lots, I have a claim for my house lot, which is on the east side of the Hotel of Captain Kaaka /Carter?/, makai of the road which goes to the bridge of Mika /meek?/. My interest in this place was acquired as follows: it was formerly unused, unfenced, and my makuakane built a fence and a house and lived there. We lived at this place and my makuahine died and was buried here in a ....
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.... ulu here. The boundaries are:
Mauka street, mountainside
Kea street, Waikiki
C. Buncroft's property, oceanside and
Kapena Kaka's place, Ewa.
This property has been enclosed and two houses are within, one of which is for Kamaukoli and the other is for Kealiiumiumi; however, Kealiiumiumi is living under Kamaukoli, yet the property is for Kapule, father of Kamaukoli. Kamaukoli and Kapule have lived there at the same time. No one else has any interest there except for Kapule only.
[No. 745 not awarded; See Award 7597]