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No. 773, Kealoha K, Honolulu, Oahu, October 12, 1847, from page 374 [No. 713]
To the President of the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby give you my claims for my house lots in Honolulu. One house lot is bounded on the north by the lot of Namakaeha and Beretania Street, on the east by the same road, on the south, the lot of Wahinealii and Kinimaka, on the west by the sea.
The second lot is at Kikihale and its boundaries are, on the north, the lot of Mileka Keomailani, on the east, Haole ma, on the south the lot of Kekuapoi and on the west, of Kaapuiki.
The interest in my lots was acquired as follows: On my lot, Haelo wanted us to return this place where we live, to him. We had lived here through Kaholowaa. When Kaholowaa went to Kauai we were the ones who lived in this place. I did not know that Haelo had any right here, but because Haelo insisted strongly, we purchased it and this lot was completely transferred to me until this time.
Lot 2: The interest was acquired as follows: that place was for Manuhoa, and upon his death it was inherited by Kameeiamoku, his kaikamahine. From that time to this, all the people who liv ....
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.... ad received this interest in the year 1817 during Kamehameha I's reign. He had lived there from that time with Kalua to the year 1846 when they had sold their place to Kealoha and the claim now is for this place. Kealoha's place which was sold to Haelo and Kalua is the place Haelo has sold to Lanai (Reynolds). Kealoha had obtained this property in the year 1822 and he had lived in peace to the time they had sold the land. Kealoha's place had been from Haelo and Kalua, al-though I had worked on it because she (Kealoha:) is my wife. Kalua's interest had been from Kaholowaa while Kaholowaa had his interest from Haelo. Kalua's interest is equal to Haelo's interest on this property and this property has been acquired Kealoha by sale."
Kalaeokekoi, sworn and stated, "I have seen this place when Haelo had sold this place to Kealoha. This property had been for Haelo formerly and they had exchanged lands; therefore, this place has been possessed by Kealoha. Kaiwi has no interest there. I have not known the number of houses within [the lot] nor have I seen (not completed).
[Award 773; R.P. 312; Queen St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .4 Ac.]