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No. 1501, Kanekapolei
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby tell of my land claim, consisting of a house lot, eight fish ponds and also a salt bed.
KANEKAPOLEI X /Female/
Puukea at Honolulu, December 6, 1847
Cl. 1501, Kanekapolei, wahine, December 27, 1848
Kameo, sworn, This land is in Pukea, Honolulu, consisting of:
1. House lot, claimant has 1 house, not fenced.
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.... red; for this reason they have not been tilled. The salt beds are together collectively.
Mauka is a stony footpath
Waikiki, Kauhi's land
Makai, Mahiai's land
Ewa, a ditch.
The house site and the fish ponds of Puukea are from Mahuka, acquired in the year 1846 without any cost. Kanekapolei's land is from Pehu. The salt ponds are from Newa at the time Kaahumanu died.
Postponed until more witnesses are summoned.
[No. 1501 not awarded]