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No. 4958, Kanepuaa, Kamoiliili, Waikiki, January 11, 1848
Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners: Claim for a house lot. I hereby state to you my little claim, one house lot, one house. That is it. It is finished.
No. 4958, Kanepuaa, claimant or Kaneakuaa
Keaka, sworn say, the land contains 2 lois and ....
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.... >Kekaha by kula of Piliamoo
Makai by kula of Piliamoo
Honolulu by kula of Piliamoo.
Claimant received the land from Kanoa in the time of Kinau & has held the same in quiet until the present time.
Kalaiholua, sworn confirmed the above as true & says his own is like it.
[Award 4958; R.P. 2402; Kauamoa & Piliamoo Waikiki Kona; 3 ap.; .92 Ac.]