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No. 201, Kaneulupo, claimant
1 document in Native Register, page 161
No. 201, Kaneulupo, Honolulu, September 8, 1846
To the Land Commissiosners: Greetings: As directed by the law, therefore, I give the diagram and the inheritance of the right.
/see diagram/ [none in this text]
Here is the right, from whence mine comes, of Wahinemaikai and her makuahine, Maliuhi. My makuahine was living in the place of Ku. Wahinemaikai got this place where I am living by purchase from J.A. Kuakini, and this place became Wahinemaikai's. Wahinemaikai's former place, which is now occupied by Kaukaha ma, was where she lived with her former kane, Keawe, and when the kane sailed with Boki ma, this place was willed to Wahinemaikai. While living here, Wahinemaikai returned to Maui and she bequeathed me the lot and the house, which ....
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.... one house for him and another for Pio in there. When the streets were being built, I had gone there and asked, "Who owns this property?" I did this twice and thrice, then Kaneulupo with his illness came to answer saying,
Kaneulupo: It is mine.
Kekuanaoa: Who gave it to you?
Kekuanaoa: How did he get his interest?
At that time a portion of this property was taken for the road and I suggested to Kaneulupo to enclose his lot. It has been peaceful to this day, but Pio's place has all been used for the road. Paki was set to ask me for a new lot for Pio; how-ever, Pio said that he would live with Kaneulupo. Therefore, Paki dismissed the idea of asking me."
See pages 560 [No. 799, Pio] and 564 [Kaneulupo No. 201] and page 253 [No. 201, Kaneulupo]
[Award 201; R.P. 40; Richards St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .1 Ac.]