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No. 825, Kaaikanaha
To the President of the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell you that I have a claim for a house lot at Honolulu. It is bounded on the north by Kekaua's lot, on the east by Kanae's lot, on the south by the road going up to Nuuanu, on the west by Kaleleokalani's lot.
This was formerly Kailipunakea's lot and on his death he bequeathed it to me. I lived in this lot when he was alive because he was my makuahunowai and I was his hunona, and I worked on the fence and built the house also within, breaking the first house and rebuilding a large house, of adobe in this lot. No one ever objected to my living here with my makuahunowai. This is for you to heed and award to me.
I am, with aloha,
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.... own property.
Note. The above statement does not correspond with the original claim.
No. 825, Kaaikanaka, See page 36, Vol. 3, March 13, , counter M. Kekuanaoa
Kaaipuni, sworn and stated, "I have seen this lot of Kaaikanaka in Honolulu here;
our place is mountainside
John Hobbs, Ewa
Kaleleokalani's place, oceanside and
Nuuanu street, Waikiki.
This property has been enclosed and there are four houses within. Kaaikanaka has one house and we had lived there under Kekuanaoa. In the year 1833 Kaaikanaka then lived under Kekuanaoa. Maiokahiki and Pala had house interest only. It was at the time of Kaomi that we had lived there and had built a house and an enclosure."
[No. 825 not awarded]