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No. 842, Kahololua, Honolulu, September 29 
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of the lot of my mo`opuna, Mere, at Kamakela in Honolulu. It is bounded on the north by the land of Keawe, on the east and south by the land of Kaluaalani, and on the west by the lot of Kaweluahi.
This lot was from my own grandparents, Kuheleloa ma. They returned to Maui and we two, myself and my mo`opuna Mere, live there.
Kuheleloa made the fence and the two houses on it are ours. We have held it peacefully with no objections. The lot is not for me, but for Mere. I only take care of our lot.
Claim 842, Kahololua, March 15 
Keaweluahi, sworn, I know this place. It is a house lot claimed i ....
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.... ct. However, this house site is for Mele, the grandchild of Kahololua. The boundaries are:
Keaka's place, Ewa
Kalualani's place, mountainside
Mele's place, Waikiki and
my lot is on the oceanside.
The place has been enclosed and there are two houses in there for Mele. Kuheleloa had received this place in the year 1836 and Mele is Kuheleloa's heir. In the year 1845, he bequested this property to Mele and departed for Maui to live there. Mele is now living there peacefully and no one else has any interest n this place. Mele is a very small girl."
Wahine, sworn and said, "I have seen this place and everything just as Keawe-luahi has related here to you."
[Award 842; R.P. 7166; Kamakela Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .59 Ac.; Kahololua for Mele]