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General Joseph Martin Reference Document Part 9 (last part)

<152>:J. L. Lu, "unknown article title," The Daltons : J. L. Lu, The Daltons, Vol. II p. 29, 60, Isaac Dalton division of estate in part 1824 Stokes Co., North Carolina. Isaac Dalton Will 1824, Stokes Co., NC. David Dalton, Exer. Brother David Dalton, sister Elizabeth Carr. Elizabeth married John F. Carr and are parents of William Carr; David Carr; Charles Carr; and Alice Carr (intermarried with William Hughes); Nancy Martin, widow of Thomas Martin, dec'd.; Polly (intermarried with Alexander Martin); Matilda (intermarried with Benjamin M. Jones); Sarah (intermarried with Thomas N. Barham); Susan Carr. They all reside in Maury Co., TN except Alex. Martin & his wife Elizabeth who reside in Missouri that your orator David is deaf and dumb and incapable of transacting his business that your orator Charles is greatly afflicted and not sound of mind and your orator Susan is afflicted and incapable of doing

any kind of business and that your orator John T. Carr has been appointed guardina by the proper court of Maury Co. to David, Charles & Susan. Show that your oratix Elizabeth is now between the age of 6070 years, and all her children over the age of 21 years..

<153>:unknown name of person, Maury County Tennessee Deeds unknown file number, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

<154>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<155>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<156>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<157>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<158>:unknown article title, Lincoln County Missouri Newspapers, unknown location, The Troy Hearald: Troy Lincoln County, MO June 6, 1877: No23: Died CARRMay 23 1877 Mrs Polly CARR. CARR at her home in Hurricane township, Lincoln County, MO on the 20th day of May 1877, at 8 o'clock p. m. Susan G Beloved Wife of John D Carr, aged 54 years, 1 month, 9 days. Deceased was dau. of the late Maj Alexander Martin, was born in the state of Tennessee, April 21, 1823 and came with her parents to this count when about seven years old. She was married to John D Carr Oct 11 1842, united with the Methodist Episcopal church (south) in early life and was a constistent member for ten or eleven years but to use her own expression she learned the way of the Lord more perfectly and was immersed in August 1857, and has been aconsistent, faithful and zealous member of the church of Christ, at New Hope since that time. Deceased Was a great sufferer, and was sick for two years & six months. She bore her affliction with Christian foritude and died as she had lived rehoicing in the hope of immortality and eternal life. She leaves a husband and eight children and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. In her death her husband has lost a pleasant companion her children a kind and loving mother her associates a kind friend and the church a truly say she has lost a mother in israel. Deceased by her pleasant disposition quiet walk and godly conversation, made friends of all whith whom she came in contact and as a consequence large numbers atteded her funeral. After an impressive and appropriate discorse by Eld J J Errett from Hebrews 4th chapter and 9th verse; :There remaineth therefore a rest for the prople of God the services were consluded by singing the bearuiful and appropriate hymn. Sister thou wast mill and loyely Gentle as the morning Breeze Pleasant as the air of evening When It floats among the trees. The remains were committed to the grave that the body might return to dust and the soul to God who gave it. The breaved family have the sympanty of the entire community..

<159>:unknown family info, Bible of Alexander Martin: in possesion of Mrs Elender Martin 406 S 2nd St Elsberry MO 63343. Births: Alexander Martin was born Dec the 5 1799. Elizabeth Martin was born July the 4th 1800. Angeline M. Martin was born Sept the 1st 1820. Thomas G. Martin was born Jan the 1st 1822. Susan G. Martin was born April the 21st 1823. John T. Martin was born October 21st 1824. Mary K. Martin was born October the 12th 1826. Sarah E. Martin born June the 10th 1829. Joseph Henry Martin born Janry the 6th 1833. William J. Martin was born Febry the 14th 1837. Paulina J. Martin was born Dec the 1st 1834. George B. Martin was born Sept the 5th 1839. Marriages: Alexander Martin and Elizabeth Carr was married in Williamson County, Tenn November 4th 1819. F. M. Luckett and Angeline M. Martin married May 22nd 1838. John D. Carr and Susan G. Martin was married Oct. the 11th 1842. Thomas J. Nalley and Mary K. Martin was married Nov. the 11th 1847. James M. Luckett and Sarah E. Martin was married June 17th 1852. Joseph H. Martin and Mary E. Nalley was married March the 30th 1854. Thos G. Martin and Phebe Case was married Dec. the 10th 1854. Death: George Benton Martin departed this life on Tuesday evening at 2 oclock September the 16th 1845 aged six years and eleven days. Alexander Martin departed this life December the 15th 1850 in Calafornia age fifty one years eleven months and ten days. (No place: no publisher, no date); unknown present owner, unknown location.

<160>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<161>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<162>:unknown title : ), Alexander Martin m 1 16/26, f 1 16/26, 2 slaves, 2 in Agriclture.

<163>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<164>:Deeds of Henry Co unknown file number, Bk 11 p. 96: 22 Dec 1820/Feb 1821/May 1821/8 Dec 1831. Alexander Martin of TN to joseph Martin of Henry Co VA for $1,066 land lying in Henry Co on Leatherwood Creek 133 1/3 acres.

<165>:Deeds of Henry Co unknown file number, Bk 11 p. 96: 22 Dec 1820/Feb 1821/May 1821/8 Dec 1831. Alexander Martin of TN to joseph Martin of Henry Co VA for $1,066 land lying in Henry Co on Leatherwood Creek 133 1/3 acres.

<166>:1870 U.S. Census Lincoln Co., Missouri : ), #421: Thomas G. Martin age 49, M . Tenn. Phebe 36 F MO. Paulina S 14 F MO. Mary E 11 F MO. Nancy W 9 F. MO. Robert L 7 M MO. Thomas J 2 M MO.

<167>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<168>:Lincoln County Missouri Newspapers, The Troy Hearald: Troy Lincoln County, MO June 6, 1877: No23: Died CARRMay 23 1877 Mrs Polly CARR. CARR at her home in Hurricane township, Lincoln County, MO on the 20th day of May 1877, at 8 o'clock p. m. Susan G Beloved Wife of John D Carr, aged 54 years, 1 month, 9 days. Deceased was dau. of the late Maj Alexander Martin, was born in the state of Tennessee, April 21, 1823 and came with her parents to this count when about seven years old. She was married to John D Carr Oct 11 1842, united with the Methodist Episcopal church (south) in early life and was a constistent member for ten or eleven years but to use her own expression she learned the way of the Lord more perfectly and was immersed in August 1857, and has been aconsistent, faithful and zealous member of the church of Christ, at New Hope since that time. Deceased Was a great sufferer, and was sick for two years & six months. She bore her affliction with Christian foritude and died as she had lived rehoicing in the hope of immortality and eternal life. She leaves a husband and eight children and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. In her death her husband has lost a pleasant companion her children a kind and loving mother her associates a kind friend and the church a truly say she has lost a mother in israel. Deceased by her pleasant disposition quiet walk and godly conversation, made friends of all whith whom she came in contact and as a consequence large numbers atteded her funeral. After an impressive and appropriate discorse by Eld J J Errett from Hebrews 4th chapter and 9th verse; :There remaineth therefore a rest for the prople of God the services were consluded by singing the bearuiful and appropriate hymn. Sister thou wast mill and loyely Gentle as the morning Breeze Pleasant as the air of evening When It floats among the trees. The remains were committed to the grave that the body might return to dust and the soul to God who gave it. The breaved family have the sympanty of the entire community..

<169>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<170>:Lincoln County Missouri Newspapers, The Troy Hearald: Troy Lincoln County, MO June 6, 1877: No23: Died CARRMay 23 1877 Mrs Polly CARR. CARR at her home in Hurricane township, Lincoln County, MO on the 20th day of May 1877, at 8 o'clock p. m. Susan G Beloved Wife of John D Carr, aged 54 years, 1 month, 9 days. Deceased was dau. of the late Maj Alexander Martin, was born in the state of Tennessee, April 21, 1823 and came with her parents to this count when about seven years old. She was married to John D Carr Oct 11 1842, united with the Methodist Episcopal church (south) in early life and was a constistent member for ten or eleven years but to use her own expression she learned the way of the Lord more perfectly and was immersed in August 1857, and has been aconsistent, faithful and zealous member of the church of Christ, at New Hope since that time. Deceased Was a great sufferer, and was sick for two years & six months. She bore her affliction with Christian foritude and died as she had lived rehoicing in the hope of immortality and eternal life. She leaves a husband and eight children and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. In her death her husband has lost a pleasant companion her children a kind and loving mother her associates a kind friend and the church a truly say she has lost a mother in israel. Deceased by her pleasant disposition quiet walk and godly conversation, made friends of all whith whom she came in contact and as a consequence large numbers atteded her funeral. After an impressive and appropriate discorse by Eld J J Errett from Hebrews 4th chapter and 9th verse; :There remaineth therefore a rest for the prople of God the services were consluded by singing the bearuiful and appropriate hymn. Sister thou wast mill and loyely Gentle as the morning Breeze Pleasant as the air of evening When It floats among the trees. The remains were committed to the grave that the body might return to dust and the soul to God who gave it. The breaved family have the sympanty of the entire community..

<171>:Lu, "unknown short article title", J. L. Lu, The Daltons, Vol. II p. 29, 60, Isaac Dalton division of estate in part 1824 Stokes Co., North Carolina. Isaac Dalton Will 1824, Stokes Co., NC. David Dalton, Exer. Brother David Dalton, sister Elizabeth Carr. Elizabeth married John F. Carr and are parents of William Carr; David Carr; Charles Carr; and Alice Carr (intermarried with William Hughes); Nancy Martin, widow of Thomas Martin, dec'd.; Polly (intermarried with Alexander Martin); Matilda (intermarried with Benjamin M. Jones); Sarah (intermarried with Thomas N. Barham); Susan Carr. They all reside in Maury Co., TN except Alex. Martin & his wife Elizabeth who reside in Missouri that your orator David is deaf and dumb and incapable of transacting his business that your orator Charles is greatly afflicted and not sound of mind and your orator Susan is afflicted and incapable of doing any kind of business and that your orator John T. Carr has been appointed guardina by the proper court of Maury Co. to David, Charles & Susan. Show that your oratix Elizabeth is now between the age of 6070 years, and all her children over the age of 21 years..

<172>:Lu, "unknown short article title", J. L. Lu, The Daltons, Vol. II p. 29, 60, Isaac Dalton division of estate in part 1824 Stokes Co., North Carolina. Isaac Dalton Will 1824, Stokes Co., NC. David Dalton, Exer. Brother David Dalton, sister Elizabeth Carr. Elizabeth married John F. Carr and are parents of William Carr; David Carr; Charles Carr; and Alice Carr (intermarried with William Hughes); Nancy Martin, widow of Thomas Martin, dec'd.; Polly (intermarried with Alexander Martin); Matilda (intermarried with Benjamin M. Jones); Sarah (intermarried with Thomas N. Barham); Susan Carr. They all reside in Maury Co., TN except Alex. Martin & his wife Elizabeth who reside in Missouri that your orator David is deaf and dumb and incapable of transacting his business that your orator Charles is greatly afflicted and not sound of mind and your orator Susan is afflicted and incapable of doing any kind of business and that your orator John T. Carr has been appointed guardina by the proper court of Maury Co. to David, Charles & Susan. Show that your oratix Elizabeth is now between the age of 6070 years, and all her children over the age of 21 years..

<173>:Maury County Tennessee Deeds unknown file number.

<174>:1870 U.S. Census Lincoln, #571: Hurrican Twp. Thomas J Nally 47 M. VA, mary 44 F TN. Anne E 18 F MO, Conner 12 M MO, Jefferson D 9 M MO, Mollie D 8 F MO, Susan 6 F MO, Virginia 7/12 F MO.

<175>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<176>:1870 U.S. Census Lincoln, #168: Hurricane Twp. James M Luckett 43 M MO., Elizb 38 F TN, Mary J 14 F MO, William H 12 M MO, Susan 8 F Mo, John T 6 M MO.

<177>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<178>:1830 U.S. Census Lincoln Co., MO : ), 1830 U. S. Census, Lincoln Co., MO, Alexander Martin, males 1 age 0/5, 1 age 30/40, females 1 age 0/5, 2 age 5/10, 1 age 20/30, 2 slaves..

<179>:1870 U.S. Census Lincoln, #536 Hurricane Twp. Joseph H Martin 33 M MO, Mary E 28 F MO, Fannie 16 F MO, Betsy 14 F MO, Virginia 7 F MO, Joe 3 M MO Joseph 1 M MO.

<180>:Deeds of Henry Co unknown file number, Bk 11 p. 322. 25 Aug 1834/12 Aug 1834. Susannah Martin of Henry Co VA gives to Alexander Martin of Lincoln Co., MO for love & affection & 1 dollar Susanna's interest in lands granted by deceased husband Joseph Martin.

<181>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<182>:unknown author, Lincoln County Missouri (No place: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1888), Lincoln Co., Missouri, The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1888, p. 461. Feb. 1837, Alexander MARTIN was appointed trustee of school district 1, (eastern half of township 50 north, range 1, east.).

<183>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<184>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<185>:unknown name of person, Deeds of Lincoln Co., Missouri unknown file number, unknown repository, unknown repository address, 8 Apr.10 Apr. 1839, Frederick M. LUCKETT & Angeline M. MARTIN, his wife of Lincoln Co., MO to Alexander MARTIN of Lincoln Co., MO for $83. Sale of negro girls Cyntha & Rinder, by the last will & testament of John F. CARR of Maury Co., TN conveyed to Elizabeth MARTIN wife of Alexander MARTIN, during her natural life and at her death to be equally divided among her heirs. Bk. E pg. 57 Lincoln Co., MO.

<186>:Deeds of Lincoln Co. unknown file number, Deed Book E, Lincoln Co., Missouri. p. 159. 19 Aug 183915 Nov 1839. Alexander MARTIN & Elizabeth his wife of Lincoln Co., MO sells to County of Lincoln in Missouri for benifit of inhabitants of township 51 for $300, land in Linclon Co., N. E. 1/4 Sect. 15 Township 50 range 1 East being held by certificate of entry from the office of Palmayra, MO, 160 acres (if the 300 + 10% interest is paid back in one year all is to be void) morgage freed 13 Dec. 1908 and payed..

<187>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<188>:Deeds of Lincoln Co. unknown file number, Deed Book E, Lincoln Co., Missouri. p. 457 15 Jun. 184117 June 1841. Alexr. MARTIN and Elizabeth his wife of Lincoln Co., Missouri sold to John TAYLOR of same for $1400 land n Lincoln Co. on Bobbs Creek, N E. 1/4 Sect. 15 Twp. 50 N. Range 1 E. 160 acres..

<189>:Deeds of Lincoln Co. unknown file number, Deed Book F. Lincoln Co., MO. p. 208. Alexander MARTIN of Lincoln Co., MO sells to John C. MARTIN of Cannon Co., Tennessee for $6,500 slaves (John, Frank, Creed, Dava, Eleanor, Mary, Eliza, Elivra, Chaney, Caron, Harriet, Judy & Esther) 5 Oct. 18427 Oct. 1842. p. 211. John C. MARTIN of Cannon Co., TN sells to Alexander MARTIN of Lincoln Co., Missouri for $5,600 slaves (John, Frank, Crew, Dave, Eleanor, Mary, Nancy, Judy, Lisa, Caron, Emeline & Harriet) 12 Jan 184213 Jan 1842..

<190>:Deeds of Lincoln Co. unknown file number, Deed Book J. p. 13233, Lincoln Co., Missouri. 26 Oct. 1849, Alexander MARTIN of Lincoln County, Missouri sells to John W. McKEE of the same, for $200 a lot of tobacco now housed at Alexander's house in Lincoln Co., because Alexander is indebted to McKEE for $200 and is anxious to secure the payment of the debt, and the lot of tobacco is not ready for market until about 15 Apr. 1850. Alexander will retain possession of the tobacco until it is ready for market, Alexander will haul it to the warehouse of McKEY at Cap au Grey, McKEY shall reserve $200 plus intrest & expenses out of the sale of the tobacco. Alexander signed the paper on the 30 October 1849 in front of Charles FERRY Justice..

<191>:1850 U. S. Census Lincoln Co., MO : ), p. 903: Alexander martin VA 50; Elizabeth NC 49; Thomas G, John P, Elizabeth, Joseph H, William J, Pauline J.

<192>:Bible of Alexander Martin.

<193>:Graves, "unknown short article title", p. 6. Feb 1983 Vol 8 #43.

<194>:Graves, "unknown short article title", p. 6. Feb 1983 Vol 8 #43.

<195>:Graves, "unknown short article title", p. 6. Feb 1983 Vol 8 #43.

<196>:Graves, "unknown short article title", p. 6. Feb 1983 Vol 8 #43.

<197>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

<198>:Graves, "unknown short article title", p. 6. Feb 1983 Vol 8 #43.

<199>:Deeds of Lincoln Co. unknown file number, Deed Book F. Lincoln Co., MO. p. 208. Alexander MARTIN of Lincoln Co., MO sells to John C. MARTIN of Cannon Co., Tennessee for $6,500 slaves (John, Frank, Creed, Dava, Eleanor, Mary, Eliza, Elivra, Chaney, Caron, Harriet, Judy & Esther) 5 Oct. 18427 Oct. 1842. p. 211. John C. MARTIN of Cannon Co., TN sells to Alexander MARTIN of Lincoln Co., Missouri for $5,600 slaves (John, Frank, Crew, Dave, Eleanor, Mary, Nancy, Judy, Lisa, Caron, Emeline & Harriet) 12 Jan 184213 Jan 1842..

<200>:Graves, "unknown short article title", p. 6. Feb 1983 Vol 8 #43.

<201>:Virginia Henry County Deeds unknown file number, Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 11 18301838 p. 322324. I Susanna MARTIN of the County of Henry and State of Virginia for the consideration of the natural love and affection here to I bear of Alexander Martin of the County of Lincoln and state of Missouri as well as an the further consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said Alexander MARTIN at or before the insealing and delivery of the presents (the ? which I hereby authorize) have given ? and by these presents do give & dilver unto the said Alexander MARTIN his execters administrators & assignes my interses in certain lands lately granted by congress of the heirs of my deceased husband Joseph Martin to have and to hold the said interest of lands unto him the said Alexander MARTIN his heirs executors administrators and assigners forever. The right and title & possession of which said Susannah MARTIN doth for her self her executors administrators do warrant and forever defend. 25 Aug. 1834..

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