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No. 1765, Kaihikaele and Kamalie
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for a house lot in Kalia, which is called Kapapale. This is a very ancient interest from my kupunas and my makuas. They have all died and only I remain and since this is such an old right no one has objected to this day. There is a planted hau tree, and two houses. There is a single lo`i which I have given to my kaikua`ana to work because of my weakness. Those are my claims.
I am, with thanks.
I, Kamalie, the kaikuana of Kaihikaele have helped my kaikaina for five years, with no opposition between us, therefore, we are combined
KAIHIKAELE X, His mark; KAMALIE X, His mark
Waikiki, Oahu, 16 December 1847
No. 1765, Kahikaele and Kamali ....
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.... Waikiki, Oahu.
[Land claim number]
1765 Kamalie - Not available.[and others]
No. 1765, Kahikaele and Kamalie, 20 October 1853
Kameenui, sworn, the claim is in Kalia, Waikiki, Oahu of two sections.
Section 1 - House site.
Surrounded on all sides by konohiki's land.
Section 2 - 1 patch, Niukukahi.
Mauka, Kalaeone's land, Nihopuu's land
Waialae, Naluai's land, a ditch
Makai, Pau, Niukukahi patch.
Their land from Kaluahinenui at the time of Kaahumanu 1. Kahikaele died in 1848, bequest made to Kamalie, an older brother. Kamailie bequested this land to Moa, son of the generation of their grandfather.
[Award 1765; R.P. 4248; Kalia Waikiki Kona; 2 ap.; .72 Ac.]