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No. 188B, /Kekuanaoa/ Diagram 37 [Award 181]
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This place is mauka of the Halekuai poho* /Store where credit given?/ the claim to this place is that it was Keaumoku's, was inherited by Kinau on her death, then was inherited by V. Kamamalu, whose it is at this time.
/*Probably a pawnshop/
Claim 188B. Kekuanaoa, January 21 
John Ii, ....
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Waikiki side is Hotel Street.
He had possession of this land in 1817 and has since lived (there) to this day. Kinau had given this (land) to Kekuanaoa through Victoria. There is a fence and several houses on the inside. Maiokahiki is living there."
Namauu, sworn by the Word of God and stated, "My testimony is the same as John Ii's testimony on everything about this lot."
[No. 188B not listed in index: possibly the same as 181]