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No. 1105, Nuuanu, Land Claim of Nuuanu
I, Nuuanu, hereby tell of myland claim in Kapalama, adjoining Honolulu. My claim is for five patches and two house lots, within the `Ili of Kapuuiki, adjoining Kawaiki on the south side, Alewa on the east side, Kumuula on the west side, and Kalepo on the north side. My claim is in the middle of these /bounds/. I got this before the death of Kaahumanu, and have been here continuously since then. I am the konohiki of /the `ili of/ Kapuuiki, under the Mo`i. That is what I have to tell you.
My place of residence ....
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There is no fence on this property, altho' there are two people with interests in this land, the king and Nuuanu. Nuuanu had received his interest from the king in the year 1831; no one has objected to him. He has five patches of his own on this land and there are six people on the entire property. Their names are: l) Kou, 2) Kekuawalu, 3) Palao, 4) Kahui, 5) Kamale, 6) Hoohei and Nuuanu is the seventh. All of these people have lived under Nuuanu. I have eight patches and six koele there."
[No. 1105 not awarded]