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Royal Patent Number(RP)0017 LCA Number:00570
Patentee: Debola & her 2 children, Ahoy & Kaielele Ponuoole Island:Oahu
District:Kona TMK1-2-1-17
Ahupua'aHonolulu IliHotel St.
Statistics: 5849 characters 1032 words
No. 17, Debola & her 2 children, Ahoy and Kaielele Ponuoole, Hotel Street, Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of  Oahu, Volume 1, pps. 61-62 [RP Reel 1, 66-67.tif]

No. 17
Royal Patent,
Upon Confirmation of the Land Commission

Whereas, the Board of Commissioners to Quiet Land titles have by their decision awarded unto Debola and her two children, Ahoy and Kaielele Ponuoole, an estate of Freehold less than Allodial, and to the (570) land hereafter described, and whereas the Government has, in this case, relinquished the usual commutation for the fee simple title,

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 Debola & her two children Ahoy & Kaielele Punuoole Gratuitous all that certain piece of land situate at Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, and described in surveyed boundaries, as follows:

Commencing at East corner of this place, makai side of Hotel Street, joining William Sumner place on South East and running North 67° West 65 11/12 feet along Hotel Street to lot said to be owned by Kalei, daughter of Major Warren, now living in California (this line sweeps around and included a wall, see Diagram [not included); Thence
South 37° West 55 11/12 feet along boundary line betw ....

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.... hi e Kalei a hiki i ke kihi Komohana o keia wahi (a me ke kihi Komohana i ka Hale lepo maloko o keia pa); alaila
Hema 49° 45' Hikina 53 kapuai e holo ana ma kahi o Kalei a me ka mokuna mawaena o keia aina a me kahi aupuna aina hoolimalima Amow me Peter Richmond, alaila
Hema 43° 30' Hikina 1 kaulahao & 4 iniha ma ka pa o William Sumner [page 64] a hiki e kahi keekee iki (Ko kihi Hema o ka Hale); alaila
Akau 46° Hikina 21 10/12 kapauai a hiki i ke kihi Hikina o ka Hale lepo maloko o keia pa, alaila
Akau 41° 30' Hikina 17 10/12 kapauai ma ke Alanui Hotele a hiki i kahi i hoomaka`i ka ana a pau pono ka pa.

153 Anana 4 Kapuai
a oi iki aku, a emi iki mai paha. Ua koe nae i ke Aupuni na mine minerela a me na metela a pau.

No Debola a me kona mau keiki Elua Ahoy a me Kaielele Ponuoole ua aina la i haawiia ma ke ano Alodio

a no kona mau hooilina , a me kona waihona; na pili nae ka auhau a ka Poe ahauolelo e kau like ai ma na aina alodio i kela manawa 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 22 o Feberuari, 1849

Meaike [Left blank], Kuhina Nui

Hoopoka papala ia ia i keia la 22 o Feberuari, 1849

[Royal Land Patent No. 17, Debola & her 2 children, Ahoy and Kaielele Ponuoole, Hotel Street, Honolulu Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of  Oahu, 153 Anana 4 Kapuai (.12 Ac.), 1849]