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No. 1347, Kapahi
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned hereby tell of my house lot claim, below the landlord's lot, adjoining on the east of Nahala's place; on the east of Kaluahinenui's place; on the south of the Government Road; on the west of the lot of Keoni-miki /John Meek/.
KAPAHI, School teacher
At Honolulu, Kaumakapili
Cl. 1347, Kapahi, September 20, 1848
Pae, sworn, This is a house lot in Honolulu, bounded:
Mauka by Hotel Street
Waititi by John Meek's land
Makai by Nahala' ....
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.... kiki, John Meek's land
Makai, Nahala's land
Ewa, Kaluahinenui's lot.
One house is there and the Mauka and Waikiki sides have been enclosed. I had given Kapahi this land at the time Poki had gone to Kahiki and died. Kapahi's sister had lived there since that time until her death, then I gave the land to Kapahi at the time of Kinau. This was done by a sale. I had received my interest from Kekaakua and Kekaakua had received his claim from Poe.
See Kaluahinenui's protest, page 339, Vol. II[No. 236]
[Award 1347; R.P. 1917; Hotel St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .04 Ac.]