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No. 1089, Kapehe, Honolulu, December 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: Concerning the claim which we had tried before the Supreme Court Judges, I hereby tell you of the three patches which were awarded to me because of your gracious instructions, I hereby tell you the measurements: Patch One is 11 fathoms, 11 feet, Patch Two is 56 fathoms, 11 feet 5 inches. This [is] what I understand from doing without the proper equipment.
Also, there is my house lot claim at Kaoawai to be worked on, to verify its correctness, and my six patches there.
Farewell to you, I am, your obedient servant,
KAPEHE X, his mark
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.... xactly as Lai has just stated here; no one (else) owns these patches. The protest had been for other patches which are now gone."
No. 1089, Kapehe (Female), 21 January 1852
Kapehe (Female), sworn, M. Kekuanaoa has opposed to my pond which is adjacent to Kuuiliwili pond in Honolulu, Kona. This is on behalf of the government, the interest of which runs into my lcaim and here is my decision.
I, hereby reject my interest in that pond from tis day forward and forever and I shall claim those tings which are left in my own interset as mine forever.
[Award 1089; R.P. 2252; Kuwili & Kapakapa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.59 Acs.]