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No. 168, M. Kekuanaoa /See Sketch 10/
Here is the claim for this place. This was formerly Kinopu's place. It was unused land until I fenced it, and it was asked for by Keoni Amara Palini /John, the French blacksmith/. I gave it to him for
No. 168, [M. Kekukanaoa]
[A. Paki, sworn], This lot is in ....
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Waikiki, Kaluahinenui's lot
Makai, Iosua Kaeo's lot
Ewa, Kahawai Street.
This lot had been for Kekuanaoa and he had received it from Kinopu because he is Kinopu's heir; no one had objected.
Kekuanaoa had said himself to let Lilinoe have this land and he may have it bequested to whomever he desires upon his death.
[No. 168 not awarded]