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No. 293, Kaunuohua
E. W. Richards, J. Kanehoa and Z. Kaauwai, Greetings: Here is my letter to you telling you of my house lot at Lahaina, on the south side of the town of Lahaina. Here is the diagram of this lot: /See diagram/
Most of this lot was formerly idle land, and we occupied and fenced it completely, and have lived there until now.
I am, with thanks,
24 December 1846
Eye witnesses: Kukahiko, Kailihiwa
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Cl. 293, Kaunuohua, Wahine
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, I know the house lot of the claimant. It is in "Alio," Lahaina.
The claimant received it from her husband, Kalawalu, t ....
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.... o Oahu with the King her people continued to live on the place.
T. Keaweiwi, sworn, Has heard the testimony of the former witness and confirms the same in full.
No. 293, Kaunuohua, Lahaina, June 16, 1849
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, He has seen this lot at Molakia, which had been from her (Kaunuohua) husband Kalauwalu. She preceded her husband in death in 1848 [contrary to documents above]. This land was acquired in 1837. Alexander Liholiho is the heir of this lot, no one has objected.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Government road
Olowalu by Kaihihiwa's land
Makai by sea
Kaanapali by Kamana Pilipi's land.
[Award 293; Alio Lahaina; 1 ap.; 3 roods 10 rods]