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No. 21, Nakookoo a Kapokini, Claimant
[Margin note: Presented (illegible) 15 April]
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No. 21 Nakookoo and Kapokini
I, Nakookoo, hereby petition for my right to you, the Land Commissioners, for the house lot in Honolulu. This is how I acquired my right. I am my kane's heir, for Kapokini. It was done by the ....
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.... g. 632, This is his document. September 11, 1850
Honolulu, August 14, 1850
I, Nakookoo, hereby agree that my house lot interest in Honolulu here which adjoins the lot of Kelewa, makai of the Palace be conveyed forever to my daughter, Kalakini, and her husband, Hanale /Henry/ St. John.
[Award 21; R.P. 145; Merchant St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .5 Ac.; Nakookoo for Kalakini]