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No. 125, A. Paki, See Sketches 12, 13, 14
No. 124, 125, 126
The rights to these lots are the same as Sketches 10 and 11. These places are seaward of Reverend L. Smith's church
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 ....
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.... aki and Konia, had given this place as a residence for the minister. This grant was similar to that of the old chapel which was given for the benefit of the people.
The place which D. Kalanikahua had bought from L. Smith is in this interest and the land officers have certified it for D. Kalanikahua.
[Award 125; R.P. 4382; Kaumakapili Honolulu Kona; 2 ap.; .26 Acs; (Awardee index refers reader to Privy Council Records, volume 7, pag 245)]