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No. 3143, Ino, Honolulu, December 25, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claims for land, which are in Kewalo in Honolulu. My rights are from Kahikauwila, in the time when Kaahumanu I was alive. From that time I have occupied these places in peace with no objections. My claims are for two sections of taro land and also a pond. They have been surveyed and their diagram is below.
This is the diagram of the Pond of Ino. The survey is as follows:
Beginning at the corner where the ponds of Piikoi and of Apawale meet, the first side running
South 19° 30' East 4 chains 32 4/12 feet, the pond of Piikoi adJoins on this side to the pond of Paoo, thence turning, and running on the ba ....
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.... ee above diagram; land of Kanealii at top]
Here is the diagram of another parcel of taro land of Ino. The survey begins on the west corner, the first running
South 18° East 4 chains 19 10/12 feet; the land of Kamakeee adjoins on this side to the land called Kapaloa, thence turning and running between these lands
North 55° East 59 5/12 feet to the land of Haokekai, thence turning, and running betreen these lands
North 16° West 4 chains 2 8/12 feet to the land of Kanealii, thence turning, and running between these lands to the corner at which this survey began
South 72° West 59 5/12 feet.
This section of land contains 454 fathoms 4 feet (square)
Surveyed by J. Richardson by the wish of Ino,
December 18, 1847
[No. 3143 not awarded]