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No. 210, Mainae, claimant
1 document in Native Register, Page 165
No. 641, J.W.C. Maikai, counter
No. 210, Mainae, Honolulu, Oahu, September 12, 1846
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I testify to you that my makuakane, Kaiawa, dwelt with a right on his kuleana from Kamehameha I to Kamehameha III. When Kaiawa died, it was bequeathed to his kaikamahine, Mainae.
I am, for Kanohokuleana lot
/the one who dwells on the kuleana?/
Claim No. 21, Mainae, 27th August 
Hina, testified on oath his knowledge of the yard in this claim, it is situated in Honolulu. Zupplien is on the south. The family of Mainae have live[d] there since the time of Kamehameha I. Lono was claimant's grandfather, Kahooilauaole, grandmother. The land in the time of Rihoriho descended to their child, Kaiava & Kaiva was father of Mainae. Kaiava gave it to Mainae before he died in the reign of the present King.
There has been no counter claim during the time from Kamehameha I till the present year, as far as witness knows. Keaka, a foreigner, lived there in time of Kamehameha I, who was pilot to the King.
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Claim No. 641, J.W. Maikai counter to No. 210, Mainae, September 1 
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.... ve there, but this was not fulfilled by this action. The
Kimo's store is on the northeast,
the hotel Hale is on the south side and
Chapel St. and Nuuanu St. are on the northwest side.
See pg. 265
No. 210, Mainae From page 255, Honolulu, August 27, 1847
Hina Wahine, sworn by the Word of God and stated, I have seen Mainae's house lot. It is in Honolulu here
adjoining Hale's lot on the southern side
Nuuanu St. and the store of Kaulukani's husband are on the eastern side and
Chapel St. is on the west side.
Mainae's parents had received the right to live there from Kamehameha I. Kahooilonaole is the grandmother of Mainae and Lono is his grandfather. They had lived there since Kamehameha I and when they died, Kaiawa, the father of Mainae, was the heir. He had lived there at the time of Liholiho and Mainae had also lived there with Kaiawa until he had died and Mainae had become heir. No one else has interest there since a long time ago and I have heard this year that Leleihoku is contradicting Mainae's grandparents' interest, claiming they had received it from Keaka, a foreigner and pilot for Kamehameha I.
See pg. 272 for the objection of J. Wm. Maikai [See 641]
[Award 210; R.P. 1744; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .48 Ac.]