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No. 992, Kalama W. /Female/, Honolulu, November 17, 1847
To the President of the Land Commissioners and the Four Commissioners, Greetings: As directed by the law, I hereby enter my little house lot claim, In Honolulu, Island of Oahu. It is bounded on the north by the lot of Naopae, on the east by Mose's lot, on the south by John Aana's lot, on the west by the Government Road.
The right was acquired as follows: this was unused land, no house or fence, and therefore, my makuakane, Kaihe, built a house and completely fenced ....
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.... />John Young's lot, Waikiki
Makai street, toward the ocean and
Naopae's house lot, Ewa.
Kalama has three houses there and his house lot has been from his [her] father, Kaihe, in the year 1826. Kaihe is living there at this time and Kalama has lived there with his [her] father peacefully and no one has objected."
Kanekake, sworn and stated, "I have seen this property and everything is exactly as Pio has just related here."
[Award 992; R.P. 1123; Beretania St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .19 Ac.; Kalama for Nakookoo]