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No. 123, A Paki, See Sketches 10, 11
No. 122 & 123
This place was Kaoleioku's and was left to his keikis, Pauahi, Hanuna and Keola and Kona. When they died, this entire parcel was inherited by Konia and it continues to be ours. This place is where the church of Reverend L. Smith stands.
No. 123-125, [A. Paki], Diagrams 11, 12, 14 [No diagram in this text]
Kahaleluhiole's sworn testimony: I am an attendant for Paki and I have the custody which Pali had given me during Kaahumanu I's lifetime and it was Paki who had put up a fence on the property at the time of Kaahumanu and no one has objected.
John Ii's sworn testimony: I have heard true statements made of the great life that Kaleiopu had lived for. He was without blemish and at his death, the prop ....
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.... Nuuanu street
Makai, Beretania street: Ewa. L. Smith's chapel and Umiokalani'6 lot.
This had been Kaoleioku's lot given during the time of Kamehameha I where he had remained until his death. The bequest was to his daughter, Konia, who has it at this time. No one has objected.
/no page 616/
J. Kapena, sworn, We have known alike for this place just as Kekuanaoa has related here.
Kapohaku, sworn, My interest in this house lot, as has been mentioned, has been filed with the land commissioners; now I am rejecting that interest. It would be best for the land officers to give Paki a certified document; however, my rights there would be for the house only and the dirt below would be for Paki in the name of Konia.
[Award 123; R.P. 293; Beretania & Nuuanu Sts Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; 2.65 Acs; Paki for Konia]