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No. 1799, Kekoa
To the Land Commissioners: `Ili of Punaanana, Honolulu uka. I, the undersigned, hereby state my claim for my twenty-six lo`i situated in one place: on the north of my house, on the south of Puiwa, on the south of the house of Manuel, on the west of Kapawai. On the east of the stone wall. I also have a small kula, on the east of the stone wall, ....
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.... A stream
Makai, Wahinealii's land
Ewa, Charles Vincent's land.
Land to Kekoa from Kalaiheana before 1835, then he died in 1849 and the land was bequested to Kaiama, his son, no objections to the present time.
Kanakahou, sworn, every word above is true, I have known in the same way.
[Award 1799; R.P. 1966; Punaanaana Nuuanu Kona; 1 ap.; 4.12 Acs]