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No. 2077, Kanakaole
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim to you for 3 sections of irrigation ditch, a single lo`i, a third of a lo`i, two rows* at Hohe, two small kiopuas /pool for fish fry/, a small kula, a hala tree, a house lot. Those are the little claims.
KANAKAOLE X, his mark
Waikiki, Oahu, 23 December 1847
No. 2077, Kanakaole, See page 644
Kuene, sworn, I have seen his land in Waikiki in the ili below - 4 sections.
Section 1 - 1 ditch in Kalia ili.
Section 2 - 1 ditch in Kamookahi ili.
Section 3 - 1 patch in Kaluahole ili.
Seciton 4 - House lot, 2 ponds for small fish in Kalia ili.
Kanakaole had received ....
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.... >N.T. 644v3
No. 2077, Kanakaole, from page 643, July 17, 1850
C. Kanaina had come as requested and had expressed his thoughts. I did not take any part o;f his house lot or his two ponds for small fish and he has lived there peacefully, but the boundaries outside of Kaluokau which is my land has been surveyed accurately as the original setup. Kanakaole and I were with the surveyor while he did his work and had Kanakaole's boundaries established.
Makoli had come and talked /to us/. I didn't take any of his property because it is a very old one from his father which he /father/ had received at the time of Kamehameha I and it has been left with him /Makoli/ [sic?] at this time.
[Award 2077; R.P. 2416; Kamookahi Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .8 Ac.]