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No. 3174, P. Kahikauila, Honolulu, December 25, 1847
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claims for land at Kewalo in Honolulu. These claims are a house site and two ponds. I got these places from Kekahupuu in the time when Kaahumanu I was living and I have occupied them in peace with no objections from anyone. This place was surveyed and the diagram follows. That is my claim to your honors.
I am, with thanks,
Diagram of the house lot. This place is surrounded by the ponds of Piikoi. The survey begins on the west corner, the first side running
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North 15° West 1 chain 56 feet turning to place of beginning
South 71° East 1 chain 53 6/12 feet
Containing an area of 378 fathoms, 14 feet (square)
Surveyed by G. Richardson by the wish of P. Kahikauila
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. 3174 not awarded]