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No. 40 M.A., Kalanikahua, Davida
No. 8320, Kalanikahua, Honolulu, Oahu, February 5, 1848
To the Land Commissioenrs, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land, all of Kaahaloaiki, an `Ili of Waikiki, Kona, Oahu. This is what remains to me in the division by the Ali`i. I gave up two of my lands and one remains, which is this Kaahaloaiki. It is recorded in the Mo`i's Book concerning tmy lands which were given up, and my name is also recordced on my document for the land which remains to me (Kaahaloaiki).
I am, with aloha,
No. 8320, Kalanika ....
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Honolulu, Akahi's land, Kaaipulalo.
He had received this land from his father, Maunahi, in 1847 and Manuahi had received it from Liholiho before he had gone on a trip to Briton and he had lived there comfortably until his death; no one had objected. During the Mahele of King Kamehameha III in 1848, this land was conveyed to D. Kalanikahua; no one had objected.
Kaululaau, sworn, "We both have known in the same way, just as Nailiili has stated here."
[Award 40MA; R.P. 7626 Kaahaloa Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; 14.45 Acs; R.P. 7672; Hiapawai Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; 1.395 Acs; No. 8320 not awarded; See also Award 657]