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No. 2671, M. Kekuanaoa
Here is the claim for this place, my own land of Puunui which was fenced by myself as my residence, in the name of V. Kamamalu.
Lot at Puunui for M. Kekuanaoa
That place was for Kaahumanu and afterwards a house stood there which was called Pakaka which was for Kaahumanu, and was inherited by Kinau and then by V. Kamamalu.
[DIAGRAM: Lot of Aienui for M. Kekuanaoa]
No. 2671, M. Kekuanaoa for V. Kamamalu
P. Kanoa, sworn, knows the lot claimed "Aianui,"
Nuuanu St. i ....
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.... as confirmed by witness. See page 389
No. 2671, Part 2, M. Kekuanaoa (for V. Kamamalu) (from page 339)
A. Paki, sworn says, he knows the place claimed. It is called Aia Nui, in Honoluu.
It is bounded:
Mauka by the lot occupied by J. Booth called "Blonde"
Waikiki side by Nuuanu Street
Makai by Marine Street
Ewa side by the Govenrment land.
This place belonged formerly to Kaahumanu and after her death to Kinau, and from her it has descended to V. Kamamalu.
[Award 2671; R.P. 4872; Nuuanu St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .38 Ac.; for V. Kamamalu; R.P. 1248; Puunui Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 2.98 Acs]