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No. 1165, Kanakanui
N.R. 4v3 [5v3]
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim in the `ili at Kawaiolena, on the north of Kawananakoa, a mo`o with seven lo`i together: on the north is the land of Paakahi, on the east is the land of Keliikahuliole, on the south is the land of Isaaka /Isaac/, on the west is the land of Kanaulu. One taro lo`i "jumps" to another place, however, it is included with the same land. There is also my claim for my little house lot together with the mo`o. It is finished.
KANAKANUI X, His mark
November 30, 1847
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.... land, makai
John Ii's land, Ewa.
There is one house which belongs to Kanakanui, it has not been fenced.
Section II - Alewa
Heenalu's land, Waikiki
Wahahee's land, makai
Kanaulu's land, Ewa.
One patch is there which he received from Kanaulu in the year 1830 and he is living there under Kanaulu. No one has objected to this day."
Kalino, sworn and stated, "I have known (about this land) just as Kahoouluwaa has
just stated. No one has objected to him."
[Award 1165; R.P. 2697; Kawaiolena Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .74 Ac.]