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No. 233, Kimo Keamahalihia, claimant
1 document in Native Register, page 4, volume 2
No. 233, Keamahulihia, Land Claim
I, Keauhuliliha /sic/ occupy a house lot in the city of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and am the heir of Kailimelemele, deceased, in the lot of Victoria //Victoria Kamamalu?/. It is 12 feet land and 24 feet wide. It has been occupied from the time that Kuakini was governor until this time.
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.... n the north of Kaiwi's lot;
Hoaai is on the north side and a
Merchant street is on the west side.
Keamahulihia had lived there from Kaahumanu I's time. Paukunui is another interest holder there. These are two independent people of Kaahumanu. One half of this property is for Paukunui, the other half is for Keamahulihia (Keamahulihia: that is so) and Paukunui is on the north while Keamahulihia is on the south."
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[No. 233 not awarded]