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No. 4395, Kekoi, Governor's House at Kailua, Hawaii, 17 January 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby petition for my house lot claim which I received from Kuakini, as follows: Kuakini was above and I was below, and when he died the house lot was left with me. It is at Holualoa and is 38 by 16.
No. 4395, Kekoi, /See al ....
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.... />Mauka by road
Ka`u by Kawaihoa's lot
Makai by sea
Kohala by idle land
Lot has been enclosed, 3 houses for Kamahalo and he lives there. Land had been from Kuakini during the time of Kamehameha I. No one has objected to him to the present time.
Molulolulo, sworn, Both he and Kamahalo have known alike.
[Award 4395; Land Patent 8196; Holualoa Kona; 1 ap.; 1.7 Acs]