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No. 776, Hueu, Honolulu, October 13. 1847
Greetings to you, the Honorable William Lee, the President and the other Commissioners whom the Moi appointed to quiet titles in the Hawaiian Islands:
In accordance with the law, therefore I hereby present to you my house-lot claim, which is on the east of the lot of Kuakua. The diagram below explains the dimensions. It commences as follows: at the road which goes there, running mauka 144 feet, thence running down 43 feet & 8 inches, then running makai 21 feet 10 inches, then running down again, 26 feet 8 inches, thence running makai 129 feet 9 inches, t ....
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Pelekane's lot, Waikiki
Mauka street, oceanside and
Kuakua's house lot, Ewa.
This property has been enclosed and there are three houses, one of which is for Hueu and two for the house dwellers named Kalaanala and Kahananui. Hueu's interest had been from Kauhae during the time of Piki was living here and Hueu has been residing there peacefully to this time. No other person has an interest there.
Hueu II, sworn and said, I have seen Hueu's place exactly as all of Apii's statements which he has made.
[Award 776; R.P. 139; Kaakopua Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .21 Ac.]