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No. 271, Mahu and Joane Ii. Claimants
1 document in native Register, page 38, volume 2
No. 271!, Mahu and J. Ii [See Award 270]
No. 271!, Mahu and J. Ii
[should be 270]
With esteem to the land commissioners in this work which glorifies the Lord, Jesus Christ.
I, Maahu, and the heir of Hanale Rui /Henry Luis?/ tell of our house- lot and the nature of our rights in this lot.
Our former place was taken and given by the government to Keaka Amara and we were without a place to live, therefore the government gave us this place completely. It is makai of the road going to the Royal School on the southeast of Tomson's lot. Some time after our living together at this place, it was not good for us to live together any longer, in 1 ....
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.... are Uwepa (Webster) and Aluli's properties.
This property was given to Keaka in the year 1837, so they brought their houses, erected them there and he lived there with his children. When Keoki Kolomana (George Coleman) died, the place remained. John Ii was the foster parent of Keaka's daughter and he had no other living children.
We (two ) had filed a claim for that property in the year 1841 and at that time that place was divided and my place was separated from Mele's lot. She is the adopted daughter of John Ii. George Coleman's wife is the older sister of John Ii's wife, so John Ii had filed a claim in the name of Mele. No other interest is in Mele's place. John Ii only.
[No. 271, R.P. 2617 Maahu and J. Ii for Mere Ii for William Henry Stuart, Hotel Street, 108 Fathoms 37 Sq. feet]