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No. 3149, Namokueha, Honolulu, December 15, 1847
To the Honorable Land Cormlssloners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Kewalo in Honolulu. This land is for my wahine from her former kane. The former kane got this land in the time of Kamehameha I. When he died, I took his wahine and also his land. I have held this land in peace, with no one objecting. This land has been surveyed and the diagram follows:
The survey begins on the east corner, adjoining government land and
running on the first side between this land the land of Naone
North 34° West 1 chain 31 8/12 feet, turning
North 50° 30' West 1 chain 43 feet to the land of Pehu, then turning and running betwe ....
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No. 3149, Namokueha, 20 November 1851
Kaia, sworn, I have seen this place in the ili of Kewalo in Honolulu here - 5 patches and a house site in one land section.
Mauka, P. Naone's land
Waikiki, Government school's land
Makai, Kamakee's land, Piikoi's land
Ewa, Kaia's land.
Namokueha's land from his wife, Kaaimahui in 1845. Kaaimahui had received it from her husband, Waiauia. Waiauia had obtained it at the time of Kaahumanu 1, and Namokueha continued to live there to this day, no disputes.
P. Naone, sworn, I have known in the same way as Kaia has stated above.
[Award 3149; R.P. 1218; Kewalo Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.]