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No. 1470, Kamaile
To the Land Commissioners: `Ili Kaukahoku, Honolulu uka. I, the undersigned, greet you all and telI of my claim for my fourteen lo`i situated in one place. On the north is the lo`i of Kaniho, on the east is the lo`i of Kuaana, on the south are my houses, on the west is the lo`i of Mahoe, on the west is the lo`i of I, on the south is the lo`i of I, on the west is the lo`i of Kanaoa, on the north is the lo`i of Kaha. I also have a little kula, on the west of my houses to the stream, on the east is the st ....
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Three houses are for Kamaile himself. There is a fence. Kamaile had received his interest from Mahoe at the time J. A. Kuakini was living at the fort in the year 1831 and he has continued to live there to the present time; no one has objected.
Kulele, sworn, Our testimonies are similar.
[Award 1470; R.P. 2245; Kaukahoku Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.8 Acs; (No 2800; wrong number for Kamaile listed in location index) R.P. 5698; Printers Lane Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .5 Ac.]