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No. 37, Bush, Maria & the other children of George H. Bush., Kahua, Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, Vol. 1, pps. 76-77 [LG Reel 1, 00096-00097]
Kamehameha III, By the Grace of God, King of the Hawaiian Islands, by this Royal Patent, makes known, unto all men, that he has for himself and his successors in office, this day granted and given, absolutely, in Fee Simple unto Maria Bush & the other children of George H. Bush his faithful and loyally disposed subjects for the consideration of Thirty Dollars, paid into the Royal Exchequer, all that certain piece of Land situated at Kahua near Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, and described as follows:
Commencing at a stake at the South East corner of Lot No. 9, and running
South 77° 30' East 3 Chains 10 feet 7 inches, parallel with the makai road to Waikiki, to a stake, thence
North 17° 45' East 4 Chains 41 feet 7 inches to a stake six f ....
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.... ma ke kihi o ka pahale helu10, mailaila aku i ka
Hema 23° 30' Komohana 4 Kaulahao 47 kapuai 6 iniha, a hiki i kahi e hoomaka'i ke ana ana
A maloko o ia Apana 1 1/3 eka a oi iki aku, emi iki mai paha.
Eia ke kumu o ka lilo ana; ua haawi mai oia iloko o ka waihona waiwai o ke Aupuni i na Dala he Kanakolu.Aka, ua koe i ke Aupuni na mine minerala a me na mine metala a pau.
No Maria Bush a me na keiki e a'e o George H. Bush, ua aina la i haawiia, no lakou mau loa aku no, ma kea no alodio, a me ko lakou mau hooilina, a me ko lakou waihona, ua pili nae ka auhau a ka Poe Ahaolelo e kau like ai ma na aina alodio a pau i kela manawa i keia manawa.
A i mea e ikea'i ua kau wau i ko'u inoa, a me ka sila nui o ko Hawaii Pae Aina ma Honolulu i keia la 20 o Augate, 1847.
[Land Patent Grant No. 37, Bush, Maria & the other children of George H. Bush, Kahua, Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, 1.33 Acre, 1847]