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No. 2440, Kapaalua [wahine], Honolulu, December 31, 1847
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you, in the name of Mrs. John Young, Jr., of her `ili in Honolulu, and her place where our houses stand, which will be rebuilt.
1. This `ili at Kaoawai is named Kapahaha. It is bounded as follows: Makai and on the Waikiki side, is Kuwili and Kulahonu and ....
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.... uaua, wahine, from 1845
Kapehe, wahine, from 1845
Kahaleaahu, from 1845
Kameeualani, from 1834.
Also, there is the konohiki's house site.
As was said above, as with theirs, I am her representative who lives here.
I am, respectfully, your servant.
KAPAALUA X his mark
(See page 346 of this Book) [No. 2072]
[No. 2440 not awarded; See Award 2072]