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No. 855, Kamahalo, Honolulu, 6 October 1847
To the Land Commissioners appointed by the Mo`i to quiet titles in the Hawaiian Islands:
As one of the people who farm under the konohikis, therefore, I petition you for my place gotten from the konohiki, some patches and a separate place, and the place where my house stands. Therefore, I petition you to act upon my claim, which I have had under the konohiki and which is verified by my labor under the konohiki.
In accordance with your directions, I hereby tell you that the circumference ....
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M. Kekuanaoa's land, mountainside
Kaalaa's land, Ewa.
These are the five patches, the pasture and the house lot. It has not been enclosed and three houses there which all belong to Kamahalo only. Keawekolohe had given this interest to Kamahalo during Kaomi's time and Kamahalo has lived in peace until this day."
Mahina, sworn, and stated, "I have seen Kamahalo's place and everything is just as Kekino has related here."
[Award 855; R.P. 2250; Kalokohonu Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 2.29 Acs]