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No. 16, Moore, George M. and Naomi, Piihonua Ahupuaa, District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Volume 1, pps. 57-58-50 [RP Reel 1, 62-63.tif]
Royal Patent, Upon Confirmation of the Land Commission
Whereas, the Board of Commissioners to Quiet Land titles have by their decision awarded unto George M. Moore & Naomi, his wife, Hawaiian subjects, an estate of Freehold less than Allodial in and to the land hereafter described, and whereas the said George M. Moore & Naomi, his wife, have commuted the said Estate as awarded, for a fee simple, in accordance with the Laws.
Therefore, Kamehameha, 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 the said George M. Moore & his wife Naomi for the consideration of Twenty-five Dollars, paid into the Royal Exchequer, all that certain piece of land situate at Hilo, in the Island of Hawaii, and described by surveyed boundaries, as follows:
Commencing at West corner of this lot 63 4/12 feet makai of corner of Marin & King's Streets on Puna side of Kings Street and running North 51° 30' East 3 chains, 61 10/12 feet along Kings Street to West corner of Captain Charles Hoyer&ap ....
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.... o Kahanaumaikai a hiki i ke kihi Hikina o keia; alaila
Hema 63° Komohana 3 kaulahao 5 7/12 kapuai ma Punahoa, o kahi o na Misionari Amerika a hiki i ke kihi Hema o keia pa; alaila
Akau 41° 30' Komohana 1 kaulahao 19 10/12 kapauai ma kahi o Halaki, (makuahonuwai wahine o B. Pitman, a hiki i kahi keekee iki, alaila
Akau 43° Komohana 60 1/12 kapuai ma Halaki a hiki i kahi i hoomaka`i.
96/100 Hapa Haneri o ka Eka
a oi iki aku, a emi iki mai paha. Ua koe nae i ke uupuni na mine minerela a me na metela a pau.
No George M. Moore a me Naomi, kana wahine, ua aina la i haawiia ma ke ano Alodio, no laua a no ko laua mau hooilina, a me ko laua mau hope a waihona, he poe kanaka Hawaii lakou a mau loa aku ua pili nae ka auhau a ka Poe ahaolelo e kau like ai ma na aina kela manawa i keia manawa.
A i mea e ikea ai, ua kau i ko'u inoa, a me ka Sila Nui o ko Hawaii Pae Aina ma Honolulu i keia la 28 o Feberuari, 1849
Meaike [left blank] Kuhina Nui
Hoopoka papala ia i keia la [left blank]
“A no kona mau hooilina ma kona waihona” Holoiea mamua o ke kakau ana oa ka inoa.
William Ap Jones, Kakauolelo
[Royal Land Patent No. 16, Moore, George M. and Naomi, Piihonua Ahupuaa, District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, .96 Acs, 1849]