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No. 941, Naheana, Honolulu, September 24, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my house lot claim in Honolulu at a place called Mulihopu. We have occupied this place since Kamehameha I and when my makuas died, it was left to me. I have held it peacefully, with no objections. It was I who made the fences however, at this time the fence on one side is twisted.
There are two houses of our own within this lot - one house is for the kane of my kaikamahine, however the building ....
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.... eaweluahi's land, mountain direction;
Keaweluahi's land, Waikiki
Naaupo's land, ocean direction and
on the Ewa site is also Keaweluahi's land.
This property has been enclosed and there are three houses in there. He began to live there during the time of Kamehameha I, although the place and been for his parents until their death and no one had objected.
Kananauli, sworn and said, "I have seen this property and it is exactly as Keone has stated here."
[No. 941 not awarded]