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No. 3165, Kahikauila ma, Honolulu, December 25, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: We, the persons whose names are below, hereby state our claims for land at Kewalo in Hono-lulu. In the time when Kaahumanu I was living, several of us were given lands by Pekelo Kahikauila. When he died in the time of Kinau he gave land to several of us, however, one of us received his section of land after the death of Kinau. From that time we have lived on our sections of land in peace, with no one objecting. Our places have been surveyed all together, however, we are not the only ones within the survey - there are also some Government lo'is and also a section of land for another man within this surveyed land, however, we petition for our claims. Here are our names: Koalele, Haalou, Kealoha, Kamai, Kah ....
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.... d of Kekawewe, then turning
and running between that land and this
North 30°, West 1 chain 48 10/12 feet, turning
South 66°, West 54 9/12 feet to the Land of Lae, then turning and running between that land and this
North 22°, West 4 chains 15 10/12 feet to the place of beginning.
Surveyed by G. Richardson, Surveyor of the Land Commissioners, by the wish of Kahikauila ma.
31 August 1854
No. 3165, 3172, 3174 Kaihekauwila
No. 3166, Kamai
No. 3170, Kuaaka
Haole, sworn, I have seen all of these people as mentioned above and the places for which they had claims. They have all died and their lands were turned over to the konohiki, Kamakee before the day he died. They have no heirs, but Kamakee is their niece by ancestry.
[No. 3165 not awarded]