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No. 176, M. Kekuanaoa /See sketch 18/
This place was for Keaumoku, and when he died it went to Piia, and when Piia died, to Kaahumanu, and when Kaahumanu died, to Kinau, and when Kinau died, to Kekauluohi, and when Kekauluohi died, to Victoria Kamamalu on her side.
No. 176, [M. Kekuanaoa]
A. Paki, sworn, this lot is in Honolulu. It is bound ....
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.... s property.
Kekuanaoa had bought this property from Kuluwailehua for $70.00, in the year 1841 and Kuluwailehua had a sale for it with Kahaolekaukau in the year 1840. Peke had given this interest to Kahaolekaukau and since that time to the present, no one has objected. Moses Kekuaiwa's men are living there now.
[Award 176; R.P. 1089; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1 ap.; .16 Ac.]