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No. 1474, Honokaia
To the Land Commissioners: `Ili Laimi, Honolulu uka. Greetings to you all: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my claim for my forty-five lo`i lying in one place, from the Road to the bridge, on the north of the bridge to the north of the houses, to the surrounding fence of Kelemaka: on the west is the lot of Kelemaka until upland of the lot of Kekai, on the south is the lot of Kekai, and a road lying seaward, On the east of the road is a kula cultivated in sweet potatoes at the pali above the wall as far ....
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No. 958, Kalanaio Kewalo, Pauoa, Honolulu, not found.
No. 1874, Kahe, Kaokopua, Honolulu, not found, page 425.
No. 1470, Kaumi Lukaha, Nuuanu, Honolulu, not found. He stated that he has returned this land to the konohiki and has rejected his claim on this land.
No. 1610, Kaiai Waikahalulu, Honolulu, not found, page 442.
No. 1608, Kaakiu Kahehuna, Honolulu, not located., page 446.
No. 1474, Honokaia Laimi deceased, heir not found.
[No. 1474 not awarded]