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No. 793, Lamalii, Honolulu, Oahu, October 9, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my claim for land at Kamakela, in Honolulu.
There are four small taro patches adjacent to the patches of Keaweluahi, and the irrigation ditch, and the stream, they are all together in one place. They are held peacefully, under the konohiki. There is also some kula there. The boundaries are: on the north, the patch of Keaweluahi, on the east the stream; on the south the stream, also; on the west, the stream, also. Kalanialii gave me this place which is held peacefully.
I have another patch at Kumuhau, adjoining the patch of Kaiwi. All these patches are held peacefully under the konohiki,
I am, with thanks,
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.... n the year 1835 and he is living there in peace since that time. No one else has an interest with him. Kapokini's interest to Kalanialii and the chief had given the interest to Kapokini in the year 1827. Lamalii does Konohiki work. The lot is not enclosed and Lamalii has a house. It is at Kauluwela and I had requested for it and had given it to him."
See page 561
No. 793, Lamalii, From page 555, March 8 
Keawe, sworn and stated, "My testimony on this land is the same as all of Keawelualu's statements which have been read here and he has lived in peace to this day."
See page 555
[Award 793; R.P. 220; Kamakela Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .58 Ac.; Kumuhau Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .16 Ac.]