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No. 2937*O, William Harbottle, Honolulu, Oahu, January 10 1848
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby state my claim, for my house lot in Honolulu, whose boundaries are: north, Nuuanu Street and Mr. Boyd's place, east, house lot of Keo Bu /George Booth/, south, lot of M. Peke /Beck?/, west, house lot of E. Dennis. Those are the boundaries - those of these house lots. The original right to this claim was from John Harbottle, who had it from Kamehameha I, and another claim from Paki which is combined with this house lot where I am living, without dissent from any one.
Also, there are the lands of Kuipaakea in Kapalama /Oahu/, and Iloli on Molokai which were left to us, the keikis of John Harbottle, who had these lands from Kamehameha I.
The lands which were taken by the Mo`i are: Ohikilolo, Waianae, on Oahu, Waipio District, Kumunui on Maui. These lands were for John Harbottle, who had them from Kamehameha I. Hanapouli on Oahu, is for Edward Harbottle, from the Mo`i, Kamehameha III. Keana, in Kaneohe,
is mine, from Kamehameha III.
I am, with thanks,
No. 2937, Part 6, William Harbottle
Komo, sworn, says he knows the ili of "Hanapouli," Ewa, Oahu, claimed by W. Harbottle. The father of claimant received this ili from the King, in ancient times. Claimant and his father have held undisputed possession of this land since the gift of the King. I saw Mr. Bishop survey this land from claimant, leaving out the part taken up in kuleanas. The survey made by Mr. Bishop of the kalo land is correct.
No. 2937, William Harbottle, Honolulu, 18 April 18, 1851
Holowale, sworn, He has seen his house lot sections in Honolulu - 2 house lot sections, the boundaries:
Mauka by Boyd and J. Booth's house lots
Waikiki by Beck and Nicholson's house lots
Makai by Dennis's ho ....
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.... a I, upon Harbottle's death, land was inherited by his children and they still have it today, no objections.
Mahi, sworn, both have known in the same way.
William Harbottle states, "There is in these lands mentioned above the interest of Kanaka, but it should be separated according to what is proper about their place."
No. 2937, William Harbottle (section (9)
William L. Lee has worked on this claim. No. 10893, William Harbottle: Work done by W. Lee (L.)
No. 2937, Section 10, William Harbottle
Paihaihowale, sworn, he has seen his ili land Keana, in Kaneohe, Koolaupoko of 5 land sections.
Section 1 - 5 sand dunes, sea and a pasture, the boundaries are:
Mauka by Kalama's land
Koolauloa by Ocean
Makai by Kalama and the King's land
Kailua by Kalama's land.
Section 2 - 4 patches, 3 sand dunes, the sea and a pasture.
Mauka by the King's land
Koolauloa by the King's land
Makai by J. Pukoi's [Piikoi's] land
Kailua by a pali.
Section 3 - 20 patches and a pasture.
Mauka by Hoopupule, Uluhoaloha's land
Koolauloa by stream
Makai by Pupule's land, the King's land
Kailua by pali.
Section 4 - 10 patches.
Mauka by "Waiakalua," Kawana's land
Koolauloa by Kekia's land
Makai by Kapu's land
Koolauloa by Paiku's land
Makai by Kauwana's land
Kailua by Keaukee's land.
Land from Kamehameha III in 1833. And he has lived there continuously to this time.
[Award 2937; R.P. 577; Nuuanu St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .11 Ac.; R.P. 3589; Nuuanu St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .11 Ac.; R.P. 3588; Kalaepohaku Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 8.32 Acs; R.P. 4539 & 7505; Kuipaakea Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 5.78 Acs; R.P. 5583; Keana Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 4 ap.; 141.20 Acs; R.P. 7391; Hanapouli Waipio Ewa; 1 ap.; 20 sq. chains; R.P. 8468, Kaneohe Koolaupoko (ap. 5); R.P. 4540, Ohikilolo Waianae; 1 ap.; 532.2 Acs]