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No. 8052, Kamaka, Aipaako Ili, Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu; Volume 34, pps. 377-379 [rp Reel 16, 311-313.tif]
Royal Patent No. 8052 Upon Confirmation of Award by Land Commissioners,
Whereas, the Board of Commissioners to quiet Land Titles, did by their decision, award to Kamaka Claim No. 43 F.L. in Fee Simple, the land hereafter described,
Liliuokalani, by the Grace of God, Queen of the Hawaiian Islandsthe Government of the Republic of Hawaii, by this Royal Patent makes known to all men that she it has for herself and for her successors in Office ["herself" through "Office" should have been struck] this day granted and confirmed absolutely, in Fee Simple, unto Kamaka, all that certain piece of the land situate at Aipaaka, in the District of Honolulu [Kon ....
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.... aka ana.
Ka Ili 23/100 Eka.
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Containing an area of 808/1000 Eka. All mines of minerals and metals are however reserved to the Government.
To have and to hold the above granted land to Kamaka, heirs and assigns forever.
In Witness whereof,
I have hereunder set myThe President of the Republic of Hawaii has hereto set Governor of the Territory of Hawaii has hereto set his hand and caused the Great Seal of the Hawaiian Islands Republic to be affixed, this 12th day of February, A.D. 1897.
Queen President /signed/ Sanford B. Dole
/Signed/ J.A. King The Minister of the Interior,
[Royal Land Patent No. 8052, Kamaka, Aipaako Ili, Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu; 4 Apana, .808 Acres, 1897]