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No. 173, M. Kekuanaoa /See sketch15/
This place was bought by me from Nalou wahine of Kapena for $60.00. That is my right to that place.
No. 173, [M. Kekukanaoa]
[A. Paki, sworn], I know this land. It is in Honolulu in District of Kulaokahua.
Mauka is the new street between houses of Jarret and Robertson
Waititi is Auwa's land
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.... ikiki Street
Ewa, it may be Makiki Street.
Kekuanaoa had received this property from Mailou and he /Mailou/ had died in the year 1836 or probably 1837. No one has objected to Kekuanaoa since that time. There is no fence there at the present time.
[Award 173; no R.P.; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.46 Ac.; no R.P.; Kahua Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.46 Acs; See also claims 158-185 for other documents for Kekuanaoa]