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No. 810, Francis C. Jones, Rosalie Jones, John Jones, Honolulu, Oahu, October 20, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, greetings: We, the children of Lihilahi, hereby tell of our lot.
Our makuakane, John C. Jones, gave this place to Lahilahi.
When Lahilahi died, this place was left to us, and we have held it peacefully, with no objections.
The diagram and the boundaries of this lot are sent herewith. Ranai* is a witness who knows of this place.
I am, with aloha, your obedient servant.
FRANCIS C. JONES, ROSALIE JONES, JOHN JONES
*Stephen Reynolds [no diagram in this text]
Diagram of the house lot of John Jones in the City of Honolulu
Beginning at the southwest corner of this land, the first side lies
North 53° 15' East 2 chains 4 feet along the place of Ladd ma which became the government's, and E. & H. Grimes' place to the makai side of a road at the north corner of the stone house of E. & H. Grimes, thence to the
North 38° East 21 feet 9 inches to the mauka side of a road at the west corner also of the lot of Kalama, thence< ....
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.... escribe the turnings and inns and outs of it. The Survey of the General premises of the Marini lot, including this, as now shewn, appears to me to be correct as far as I am unacquainted.
For testimony relating to the history of the duration in the first instance ck [check?] claim of kins of Marini, No. 217.
No. 810, Francis Jones ma, March 20,
Lanai, sworn and stated, "I have seen this place in Honolulu here. The boundaries are:
John Meek Jr.'s place, mountainside
Manini's heirs place, Ewa
I have not known who owns the place toward the sea
Kalama's place and the place whereon the French people are living are on the Waikiki side.
Some parts of this property have not been enclosed and there are houses on some parts and none on other parts of the land. I have not known that anyone has ever objected to this day.
At the time Manini's property had a general survey, I think it was correct that this place was being included in Manini's place.
[Award 810; R.P. 1080; Marine St. Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .54 Ac.]