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No. 1082, Kekuanui
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings and the peace of God: I hereby tell you of my claims: farmland, a house lot also, two house lots, also a salt bed and also a pond, in the `ili `aina of Puunui. The konohiki is Pehu. They adjoin Kaliu in Honolulu, Island of Oahu. I lived there before the Law as enacted.
Cl. 1082, Kekuanui, 7 June 1848, Counter 775 Kaiwi, Page 235
Makoikoi, sworn, This place is in Puunui in Honolulu aina, bounded:
Mauka by Nuuanu new road leading northerly
Waititi by Kinimaka and Kaiwi's land
Makai by Kalia (land)
Ewa by Makoekoe (witness).
The house lot, part of it is fenced, two houses on it belong to claimant. There are forty kalo patches and claimant received the place from Pehu in time of Kaahumanu. There is a counter claim of Kaiwi to the house yard, but not to the kalo patches. I live in one of the houses. Kanelawaia, Kekuanui, all of us live under claimant.
Kahopai, s ....
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.... anding on that property. It was built when the government road was being built in the year 1847 ant that was the time also when she had gone to live there. Kekuanui's interest in this property is from Pehu obtained during Kaahumanu's time, and he has lived there to this day."
Kaopae, sworn and stated, "I have seen Kekuanui's property exactly as Makohikohi has just related here. Kaiwi is objecting now. There had been no objections by Kaiwi at the time they were living there. Now he objects. Kaiwi has no house there while Kahai's house stands there. She is Kaiwi's sister. She had lived where the government road is laying and when she was evicted, she lived on this place. Kekuanui hat received from Pehu her interest in this property because the older sister of Kekuanui is the wife of Pehu.
See Kaiwi's protest on page 565, N/T Vol. II, pending Makohikohi's document. [See claim 775]
[Award 1082; R.P. 3544; Honuakaha Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .57 Ac.; Index lists claimant as Kekuanui for Kahakai]