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No. 1810, Kealoha
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby state my claim for land to you, the Land Commissioners of the Independent Hawaiian Islands. There are two mo`o, in the `ili of Kawaiki, situated within the Ahupua`a of Honolulu on the Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands. That is what I have to tell you.
Kawaiki, December 18, 1847
No. 1810, Kealoha, 10 October 1853
Kaholo, sworn, this claim is in Kawaiki, Honolulu, Oahu of big and little patches and a house.
Mauka, Lihi's land
Ewa, Mana's land
Makai, Waiakea's l ....
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.... i with my mother, where he was a tenant under my mother's husband. It was my mother who gave this place to Kealoha, she had received it from Kaholo after the time of Lord George Paulet's uproar. Kealoha had always lived there until his death very recently.
[list of claimants not located] 26 August 1854
Below are the names, numbers and addresses of the claimants in Honolulu who have been summoned by the land officers and have not been located.
No. 1810, Kealoha in the lot of Kekuapoi, Honolulu, not found.
[Award 1810; R.P. 2763; Kawaiki Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .75 Ac.]