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No. 1123, Honu
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Honu, hereby tell you of my land claim at Keoneula in Honolulu, my house lot, three patches in one place, and two kulas, adjoining the west side of Kahawali, on the north of Hauhaukoi. One patch is in another place adjoining my house lot, on the north is Hauhaukoi 2. This is my claim,
Honolulu, November29, 1847
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.... s land, mauka
Kuluahi's land, Waikiki
Lai's land, makai
Moo's land, Ewa.
Honu's land is from Kalunaaina at the time Kinau had been alive. Kalunaaina has died. Honu has lived peacefully to this day."
Kekiekie, sworn and said, "I have seen this place exactly as Haole has just related here."
[Award 1123; R.P. 1650; Keoneula Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .91 Ac.]