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No. 5655, Keaka, See Page 33 Vol. 10 Testimony
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land in the 'Ili of Kaohewai, Ahupua'a of Hakipuu, District 6, Division 2, Island of Oahu. There are seven lo`i, one kula and one house site. That is my petition on this 30th day of December 1847. The right was from the time of Kamehameha III.
KEAKA X, his mark
Hakipuu, December 30, 1847
No. 5655, Keaka, March 5, 1853
Kahakauila, sworn, say he knows the land of Keaka in Hakipuu, Koolaupoko, Oahu. It consists of ....
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.... en me in my hand, one good half of a dollar for that land and he shall do konohiki work on Fridays. He shall be responsible for fees incurred by the land officers and his name shall appear on the deed. These are the reasons I will convey forever this land section to him. Be it known by all people that I shall assume the responsibility of any oppositions to my interest. In truth and for certification attach my signature on this date as stated above.
(No. 5655) Keaka X
Witnesses: J. Kekaulahao, Apuakehau
See page 105, Vol. 5 N.R.
[Award 5655; R.P. 5920; Hakipuu Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 5.39 Acs]