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No. 1092, Mary Ann Aylett, Residence, Koleaka, Honolulu, November 25, 1847
To the President and the other, Land Commissioners appointed by the Mo`i, who quiet titles in the Hawaiian Islands:
As directed in the Law, I, the undersigned, am a claimant for the house lot in which I live at this time, in Koleaka, upper Honolulu, of which you, William L. Lee, the President, and the other commissioners, may consider the validity.
I am, with thanks, your obedient servant.
MARY ANN AYLETT
Cl. 1092, Mary Ann Aylett, 16 June 1848
Kekuanaoa, sworn, This land is in Honolulu aina. It is a house lot, bounded:
Mauka by Kalehua's place
Waititi by the same with a path between leading to Paoa
Makai by Keahua and Umi's land
Ewa by Government fence.
There are two houses of claimants on the land. She got the land before 1839 from me and I from Kaneua. It formerly belong ....
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.... witnesses. See page 110, also Kapena's protest below and on page 99.
No. 1092, Mary Ann Aylet, From page 101, June 21, 1848
Jonah Pehu, sworn and said, "I have not heard that Kekualoa had given a small parcel of Iona's interest to Kapena and I have not heard them speak of that small piece of land, but I think it was for Kapena, perhaps or probably for Mary; however, Kapena's land is from me which I had received from Kanina. I had given this small interest to Kapena during Liholiho's time and it has been a year and a half since Mary has had possession of this small parcel. Kapena has the care of this place."
Kekualoa, sworn and stated, "I had given Kapena's small parcel to Mary, but I have forgotten the year this was done. That was my own land and no one had cultivated it previously." See page 101
[Award 1092; R.P. 2247; Koleaka Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .25 Ac.]