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Claim 4881, Robert Boyd, Honolulu, January 24, 1848
To the Commissioners, &c, &c. Gentlemen:
I lay claim to the following lands:
1. First, a piece of land in Honolulu, sitated as follows:
Northeast by street leading to Nuuanu Valley
Southwest by Harbottle's land
Southeast by the National House
Northwest by Wm. Harbottle's.
Said land was given to my wife by the Governor in lieu of her father's land taken in making Nuuanu St. I have erect ....
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No. 4881, Robert Boyd, April 23. 1849
Wm. Harbottle, sworn, I have seen his house lot in Honolulu.
Mauka is Joseph Booth's place
Waikiki and makai, my places
Ewa, Nuuanu Street.
M. Kekuanaoa had given this place for Boc (Boyd) in 1839 because he had lost his place for a street and he has always lived there to the present time. No one has objected, although the place is for Boyd's wife and not for himself
[No. 4881 not awarded]