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No. 980, Keone, Honolulu, September 23, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my house lot claim which is in Honolulu at a place called Mulihopu. It is bounded on the north by the lot of Keaweluahi, on the east by the lot also of Keaweluahi, on the south by my little land, on the west by the land of Kaleimoku. My wahine, Naweuweu, lived with her makuas in this place in the time of Kameha-meha I. I married Naweuweu in the time of the commotion over Kaomi. We lived together at this place, and on her death the place was left to me. It was I who made the fence, and one h ....
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.... 39;s land, toward the mountain
Kalanialii's place, Waikiki
Kalaimoku's land, toward the sea and
Keaweluahi's land again, Ewa.
This property has been enclosed and there are three houses in there, but I do not know the number of patches which are close to the house -lot. I had seen Keone living on this property at the time of Kinau, but I have not known how he had received it and no one has objected."
Naheana, sworn and said, "I have seen this property exactly as Kahaawina-naaupo has just testified here."
[Award 980; R.P. 1758; Kamakela Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.35 Acs]