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No. 805, Kaaluea, Honolulu, October 13, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and Thanks: I hereby tell you of my claim for my lot. It is from the time of Kaahumanu and upon her death, until the time of Kaahumanu 2. Then Kapo died, who was the one from whom I got my right to the lot. Kapo was my makuahine, and she bequeathed the lot to me. Then Kaahumanu 2 died, and I am here in the time of Kamehameha 3. This lot is situated makai of the Kawaiahao Church, makai of the highway. This is my explanation to you.
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.... e had been fenced and it has fallen apart. They are now building a house. Kalama had received his interest from Kapo just before the death of Kaahumanu. This had been an oral bequest for this property and he has lived there in peace from that time to this day."
Kekuanui, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "My information for this place is the same as all of Kaahumanu's statements which have been given here and he has lived there peacefully to this day."
[Award 805; R.P. 4451; Honuakaha Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .3 Ac.]