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No. 1029, Keaweopuu, Honolulu, 20 November 1847
To the Land Commissioners whom the Mo'i has appointed: -The petition by Kaailauhala to you for the house lot situated in Honolulu. That house lot is my own from my makuakane, Ahukipi. The witnesses who know of this are Namauu and Honokaupu. When the day and time comes then I will go and tell of the correct reasons.
I am, with thanks,
Cl. 1029, Keaweopu, wahine, See Cl. 53, 12 May 
Claimant puts in her claim to the portion of the yard of Kaailauhala in Cl. 53, who is dead. She is his counsin and claims mother, Umikehau, now hold ....
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.... second has fallen apart and Kaailauhala has two houses also, although his houses are for Laumaka because she is his wife. Kaailauhala's living there is under Keaweopu, yet he is protesting Keaweopu. Umikehoa died in the year 1843 and had bequested the property to Keaweopu, his young brother. Kaailauhala has house interest on this property at this time. No one has objected to Keaweopu."
Honokaupu, sworn and said, "I have seen this property exactly as all of the things Namauu has just related here."
Kaailauhala's objections has been confirmed by the land officers who quiet land titles. No. 53
[No. 1029 not awarded]