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No. 276, Kaholo, Claimant
1 document in Native Register page 39, volume 2
No. 276, Kaholo
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I petition that you act quickly, because I have given you my claim. I have not been sent for until this day on which I am petitioning you. I wrote you the length and width and also gave Kalunaaina's claim - he was sent for, but I was not, therefore I ask you that I be sent for. I have two parcels to work on - mine and Kanoa, governor of Kauai - he gave me his to work on. It is in Honolulu on the island of Oahu in the boundary at Kapalama.
I am, with greetings to you, your servant
December 8, 1846
House of Isaac, Honolulu Oahu
Claim No. ....
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.... south and
Nuuanu's property, Kapalama, is on the west side.
These are not enclosed for they are taro and pasture lands. There are eleven men there for the fields only, their residence is in Kapalama. Kaholo is the konohiki there. He had received this land during Kuakini's time from Kamehameha III. No other person has interest there, except Kaholo and his men only. Hooliliamanu is the person objecting to him.
Pahua, sworn by the Word of God and stated, All of the statements which have been made here is what I have known; however, I did not see the acquiring of this land by Kaholo. He had possession of it during Kaholo's time. No one has objected to him.
[Award 276; no R.P.; Keoneula Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 2.18 Acs; Kainapuaa Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 2.19 Acs]