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No. 184, M. Kekuanaoa /See sketch 26/
Here are the claims for these lots. Hoke was a friend of Davida Kamehameha, until the time when the road broke up Hoke's houses, and he lacked a dwelling place, and he asked me for this place, and I gave it for him to live under me. The lot of Akoni is mine, and he asked me and I agreed that he could live there under me, and if he died it would be w ....
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.... have seen this lot; it is in Honolulu here.
Mauka is King St.
Waikiki, Keikinui's property
Makai, Merchant St.
Ewa, Richards St.
This had been an idle land, thus Kekuanaoa had claimed it as his in the year 1837 or probably 1838. This is his own property whereon a colored foreigner is now living as a leaseholder.
[Award 184; R.P. 703; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .15 Ac.]