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No. 2944, P.F. Marin, Honolulu, Oahu, January 12, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for a house lot in Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Its boundaries are shown on the diagram which is sent herewith, and the area. This is a very old right, from Kamehameha I. Naone gave me this place as a true bequest and my agreement with Naone is recorded on the document which I present here-with. There are four houses within this lot; one is my own house and three are for my friends. It was I who made the fence and this has been mine in peace, until the present.
I have another house lot in Kuapehau in Lihue. It is bounded on the north, east and west by ....
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.... lot at Kapuukolo, Honolulu.
The boundaries are:
Mauka, Kalua Pakohana
Waikiki, house lot of Capt. Maughan and Kahanaike
Makai, house lot of Kahanaike and Kauanui
Ewa, small street.
4 houses are standing there, 3 of which are for Waolani and 1 for Lapaula. Naone had given them both this lot to him and his sister, Akoni, to the two of them this lot by written bequest at the time of his death in 1848. Naone had received it a long time ago during the time of Kamehameha I and he has lived there to the present. No one has objected.
Kapahoanui, sworn, We have known alike. No one has objected.
[Award 2944; R.P. 7593; Kapuukolo Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .07 Ac.]