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No. 100, Hoomoeapule, claimant
1 document in Native Register page 102
No. 100, Hoomoeapule, [Mere H.]
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I am telling of my house lot at Kikihale.
It was I who asked Kaumaumakea for a lot at this place, and he agreed and gave this place to me. I lived here until I returned and lived at Moanalua, leaving the lot and the adobe house and our house was broken. Until the time when the chiefs and the people sought to learn to read. I returned and lived with Kaiakoili ma at a place close to t ....
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.... andlords are all dead now--and there has been continuous dwelling there tothe present time.
Question: Is his place fenced?
Question: Who gave (it) to him?
Question: No one has objected and are there any other claimants?
The case is closed, no remaining work to be done. It will be for the adjustors to approve and to survey the distance and breadth of all of those properties.
Postponed to Tuesday and Kapehe will come.
[Award 100; R.P. 1033; Kikihale Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .39 Ac.]