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Cl. 2256, William McKenney, December 24th 1847, Wainui, Hilo, Hawaii
To the Board of Land Commissioners, &c. Gentlemen: In pursuance of your public notice I have to inform you that in 1841 Na Akahi gave me permission to reside on Wainui, as belonging to her, since which time I have resided thereon. and continued the tanning business and coffee cultivation ever since. I pay to her an annual rent of the land I occupy,
Yours, &c, &c.
[No. 2256], William McKenny, Thursday, November 9, 1848
[Listed as 2356?]
Owanihoe, sworn deposed, he knows the land of William McKenney to be on the Ahupuaa Kawainui 2 and to consist of an house lot and a planting lot. ....
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.... is ili land for Kukuikea ahupuaa.
Two acres of taro.
Makai by Haleolono ili
Mauka by road
Hamakua by idle land
Puna by Kawainui 2 ili
Makai by Kapaku ili land.
5 acres of taro, 5000 coffee trees, 5 houses for McKenny. 1 lot for tanning from cows and goats.
Old land belonging to his wife. Akahi, the konohiki had given it in 1841. A yearly fee of $2.00 had been paid; no objections.
Pili, sworn, He has known just as Wanaiahoe had stated here.
See page 666 
No. 2256, McKenny, from page 414
He has conveyed his land interest by a fee simple sale, the land commissioners have done their work.
[No. 2256 not awarded]