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Notes/Gen2: Andrew ENGLISH Family of Bathurst, NSW, AU
 
migration: Coppoquin Waterford Ireland to New South Wales, Australia
 
Contributed by: Mrs. Roslyn Robinson
 
Descendants of
Andrew ENGLISH and Ellen GRIFFEN
N.S.W. AUSTRALIA
 
 
Generation 2
 

3. John2 ENGLISH [4662] (Andrew1), born 1816 in Coppaquin, Waterford, Ireland, U.K; died 15 Oct 1886 in Hospital, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; buried Oct 1886 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia. He marriedabt 1836 in , , Ireland, U.K. (1) Catherine HERRIN [4669]; in 1838 in , , Ireland, U.K. (2) Johanna MOORE (House Servant) [4670], born abt 1818/21 in , Waterford, Ireland, U.K; died 8 Apr 1860 in The Lagoon, NSW, Australia; buried 10 Apr 1860 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia, daughter of James MOORE [4672] and Mary JOHNSON [4673]; on 19 Jun 1861 in Weslyan Church, Bathurst, NSW, Australia (3) Annie Elizabeth Mary JONES [4671], born 25 Nov 1841 in Holborne London, England, U.K.; died 15 Aug 1881 in Campbels River, The Lagoon Bathurst, NSW, Australia, daughter of James JONES [20779] and Helen Elizabeth (---) [20775].

Notes for John ENGLISH
John an Johanna lived in Sydney before moving to Bathurst where John took up
farming. Living at Lagoon in 1860.
Living at Campbells River occupation farmer in 1875.
Bathurst Jail. John English 14.11.1861 and 28.6.1862 3 days and a Fine for
disorderly conduct.
Living at Campbells River Occupation settler in 1860.
Occupation listed as shoemaker, farmer and laborer.
sponsors at Christ. Patrick roche & Margaret Murphy.

Notes for Johanna MOORE (House Servant)
cause of death inflammation of chest and debility after accouchment death cert. states had been ill for several weeks before consultin a surgeon. Baby Honora was 1mth 12 days old at time of death.

Notes for Annie Elizabeth Mary JONES
Immigrated 1858 (from catholic records Bathurst)
Children of John ENGLISH and Johanna MOORE (House Servant) were as follows:
+ 10 i Ellen3 ENGLISH [4674], born 13 Mar 1840 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened Mar 1840 in S. Marys R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia; died 26 Jul 1926 in Sydney NSW Australia; buried Jul 1926 in , Rookwood, NSW, Australia. She married Patrick JONES [4694].
+ 11 ii Mary Ann3 ENGLISH [4675], born 3 Oct 1841 in , Kings Plains, NSW, Australia; died 27 Feb 1868. She married William John O'BRIEN [4710].
+ 12 iii Andrew3 ENGLISH [4676], born 1844 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died Jan 1916 in , Mayfield, NSW, Australia; buried 24 Jan 1916 in R/C Sandgate, Newcastle, NSW, Australia. He married Annie CUSSEN [4754].
13 iv James3 ENGLISH [4677], born 1846 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 8 Feb 1848; buried in Catholic Section, Bathurst, NSW, Australia. James died 22 mths. settlers child, native, AONSW Reel 2350/116 RC Burial.
+ 14 v Margaret Mary3 ENGLISH [4678], born 16 Feb 1848 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; christened 19 Mar 1849 in R/C Parish, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 24 Oct 1912 in , Campbells River, NSW, Australia; buried 26 Oct 1912 in Catholic Section, Bathurst, NSW, Australia. She married (1) John SHEEHAN [4788]; (2) William BAGNALL (Laborer) [4824].
15 vi Bridget3 ENGLISH [4679], born 18 Jul 1851 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; christened 4 Sep 1851.
+ 16 vii Catherine3 ENGLISH [3665], born 1853 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 11 Feb 1931 in , Oberon, NSW, Australia; buried Feb 1931 in Old Cath. Sect., Oberon, NSW, Australia. She married John Joseph FORAN [3664].
+ 17 viii Julia3 ENGLISH [4680], born 1856 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1940 in , Newtown, NSW, Australia; buried 1940 in , , NSW, Australia. She married William John O'BRIEN [4710].
+ 18 ix Honorah3 ENGLISH [4681], born 26 Feb 1860 in Lagoon, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; christened 1860 in Catholic Church, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 22 Aug 1908 in 93 Hancock St., Bathurst, NSW, Australia; buried 23 Aug 1908 in R/C Section, Bathurst, NSW, Australia. She married Edward KEARNS [4856].
Children of John ENGLISH and Annie Elizabeth Mary JONES were as follows:
19 i John3 ENGLISH [4691], born 1862 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1862 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia. Lived 2 days
20 ii Annie Mary3 ENGLISH [4682], born 1863 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1871 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia.
21 iii William J.3 ENGLISH [4692], born 1865 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1865 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia. William lived 4 days.
22 iv John T.3 ENGLISH [4683], born 1866 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1877 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia.
23 v James3 ENGLISH [4684], born 1868 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1877 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia.
+ 24 vi Emily Margaret3 ENGLISH [4685], born 1870 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia. She married Charles William GLASSER [4717].
25 vii Mary A.3 ENGLISH [4686], born 1872 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1877 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia.
+ 26 viii Edward3 ENGLISH [4687], born 1873 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 11 Feb 1956. He married Margaret J. CAMPBELL [4718].
+ 27 ix Elizabeth3 ENGLISH [4688], born 7 Oct 1875 in , Cambells River, NSW, Australia; died 7 Aug 1926 in , Grafton, NSW, Australia; buried 1926 in , , NSW, Australia. She married Dennis CURRAN [4719].
+ 28 x Henry Herbert3 ENGLISH [4689], born 1878 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia. He married Mary Ellen DONOGHUE [4720].
+ 29 xi Robert3 ENGLISH [4690], born 1881 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia. He married Ethel E. AUSTIN [4721].

4. Catherine2 ENGLISH [546] (Andrew1), born 14 Jun 1817 in Coppoquin, Waterford, Ireland, U.K.; died 26 Apr 1878 in "Teesdale", Hobbys Yard, NSW, Australia; buried 29 Apr 1878 in , Longswamp, NSW, Austrlia. She married on 21 Apr 1840 in St Phillips, Sydney, NSW, Australia Henry GRAHAM (Labourer) [545], born abt 1818 in Devon, , England, U.K.; died 16 Jan 1863 in Coombing Creek, Hobbys Yard, NSW, Australia; buried 17 Jan 1863 in , Carcoar, NSW, Australia.

Notes for Catherine ENGLISH
Catherine Arrived with her brother & Sister on the "CHINA" 19 December
1839 as free settlers after her father Andrew arrived as a convict.
Unmaried female immigrant papers in file.

Notes for Henry GRAHAM (Labourer)
Informant on death son Andrew of Coombing Creek. Occupation at marriage in 1840 Mariner. Witness to marriage James Keiw/Kein and Catherine Parkers.
Madeleine Rankin Warrawong Forges Rd. Cowra 2794
Have convict papers for a Henry Green.
Dated 1st Sep 1848
Name Henry Green
Ship Fairlie
Master Ager
Year of arrival 1834
Native Place Devonshire
Trade or Calling Sweep
Place of Trial Lincoln
Date of Trial 9th March 1833
Sentence Life
Heigh 4ft. 81/2 inch
Complection Fair ruddy and Pockpittred
Hair Light
Eyes Grey
General Remarks. Small mole left side of forehead two small scars on left cheek small hairy mole on right cheek H+C Cess?? and twenty seven dots inside lower left arm mole on left side of neck and shoulders, Scar outside small of right leg and cap of knee.

Convict Papers crime Housebreaking
Ticket of leave 19.4.1842
? as to this being our Henry alowed to stay in area Goulburn in 1842.
In the insolvent estate of Henry Graham of Teesdale on the 3.3.1880. James Tanner in the district of Carcoar in the sum of 198/12/0 being the amount of judgement against henry Graham jointly with william Graham, Edward Graham and Thomas Graham trading as the Graham Bros.
Listed below are the people who were owed money, William Oldfield, James Tanner, William Graham, Andrew Graham, Mrs. Robert Graham, william Cheshire, James Bailey, Christopher Nave, Patrick English, Thomas Graham, Charles boss, Joseph Elliott, John Beachamp, Mathew Ryan, Christopher Armstrong, Miss McIntosh Pumock & Price, James Melville.
In abount 1871 Henry Graham selected 88 1/2 acres at Teesdale @ 15/- (shillings) per acre. Was morgaged to John alexander quinn to secure 130 acres. also owed monies to Dr. Smith, Patrick Foran, E.H. Wilson, James Melville, John Cheshire, Michael Watson, Charles Spinks, Charles Corbert, I.N. corry, I Hammers, John Beauchamps, David Gordon, Elizabeth Stiff, Butler & McGirr. A total debt of pounds 307.9.11p.
Personal Property
4 pigs, 8 horses, 1 dray, 1 stack of straw, 1 saddle 7 Bridle, 1 iron bedstead, 1 sofa, 2 tables, 4 chairs, beds & bedding, wearing apparel, Box of cooking utensils. total value pounds 42.18.0p.
Dept. due to Henry Graham
James Flynn, Thomas Graham, Thomas Green, George robertson, John Alexander Quinn Total pounds 53.5.2p.
Bad debts pounds 1.16.9p
Ticket Of Leave. State Archive Office. 42/1037. Date of entry: Dec 1841.
Children of Catherine ENGLISH and Henry GRAHAM (Labourer) were as follows:
+ 30 i William Joseph3 GRAHAM [547], born 24 Jun 1841 in Darling Point, NSW, Australia; christened 11 Jul 1841 in St.Marys Cathedral Sydney NSW Australia; died 23 Mar 1910 in District Hosp., Carcoar, NSW, Australia; buried 25 Mar 1910 in Catholic Sect., Neville, NSW, Australia. He married Nancy Jane YOUNG [18873].
+ 31 ii Andrew3 GRAHAM [548], born 28 Jun 1844 in , Kings Plains, NSW, Australia; christened 22 Oct 1847 in R/C Church, Blayney, NSW, Australia. He married Mary Ann PURCELL [553].
+ 32 iii Henry Joseph3 GRAHAM (Farmer) [549], born 12 Jul 1846 in , Kings Plains, NSW, Australia; christened 22 Oct 1847 in R/C Church, Blayney, NSW, Australia; died 1903 in , Blayney, NSW, Australia. He married Elizabeth Ann CHITTENDEN [587].
+ 33 iv Robert3 GRAHAM (Labourer) [550], born 26 Mar 1847 in , Kings Plains, NSW, Australia; christened 22 Oct 1847 in , Blayney, NSW, Australia; died 12 Aug 1876 in "Teesdale", Carcoar, NSW, Australia; buried 14 Aug 1876 in , Long Swamp, NSW, Australia. He married Caroline NOONAN [569].
34 v John3 GRAHAM [551], born 4 Nov 1848 in , Kings Plains, NSW, Australia; christened 23 Dec 1849 in Catholic Church, Carcoar, NSW, Australia; died bef 1849. John was baptised by Fth. McGrath at Carcoar. Fathers occupation was Shepherd in 1849.
+ 35 vi John Edward3 GRAHAM [552], born 11 Sep 1849 in , Kings Plains, NSW, Australia; christened 18 Oct 1849 in , Blayney, NSW, Australia; died 15 Oct 1937 in , , NSW, Australia; buried Oct 1937 in Rookwood Cem., Rookwood, NSW, Australia. He married Alice Mary O'BRIEN [616].
+ 36 vii Thomas Joseph3 GRAHAM (Farmer) [321], born 1 Jan 1852 in Mt McQuarie, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; christened 23 Jan 1855 in Catholic Church, Blayney, NSW, Australia; died abt 1922/24 in General Hospital, Townsville, Queensland, Australia; buried in Belgium Garden, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. He married Lucy Ann BEGLEY [322].

5. Ellen2 ENGLISH [4663] (Andrew1), born 29 Sep 1822 in Coppaquin, Waterford, Ireland, U.K.; died 12 Feb 1886 in , Smithfield, NSW, Australia. She married on 23 Sep 1848 in Scots Church, Sydney, NSW, Australia John Sean CONNERY [5011], born abt 1810 in Bothaduin County Waterford Ireland; died 3 Jul 1851 in Water Reserve Paddington NSW Australia.

Notes for John Sean CONNERY
John with his brothers was referred to as being the Irish equivalent of the
Kelly gang of Victoria. The Connery brothers were transported to Australia
after their eventual capture.
Arrived "elphingstone" with brother patrick both sentenced to 14 years pardoned in 1850.
John Connery
Born C. 1807-1808 Bothaduin County Waterford Eire.
STATE ARCHIVES REEL 908
Standing No. 38/2703 Indent No 196
John connery age 28 (born C 1810)
Read and Write both, religion R.C.
Single Native Place County Waterford.
Trade or calling Laborer
Offence. gaolbreaking and forcible possession Where Waterford.
When 16 July 1838 Sentence 14 years.
Former convictions None
Height 5ft 10 ins. complexion Sallow & Freckled.
Hair Brown Eyes Hazel
Paticular markes. Four scares on forehead, scar on back of ball of left thumb near wrist, scar on back of middle third and little fingers on left hand, nail of left thumb split, scar on back of right side of head.
State Archives Reel No 2750
"Elphinstone" Irish papers
No 196 John Connery
Crime Breaking Gaol Sentance 14 years.
Age 30 years Hight 5ft 10.75 ins Eyes hazel Hair Brown
Complexion Fair Tried at Waterford on 16 July 1838
State Archives Rell 3104 (Mitchell Library) Medical and Surgical Journal of His majesty Convict Ship "Elhpinstone" Between 22 july and 5 jan 1839 which time the ship was employed taking convicts to NSW. No deaths on the voyage. No pertinent information on John Connery.
State Archives Reel 2421 "Elphinstone" from Kingstown 232 male convicts with 4 children and 6 free settlers. No indents or musters.
N.B the crimes were taking(i) Forceable possession of the farm which they had once worked but were evicted from by the landlord. New tenants were put in but these tenants left for the good of their "health" when the Connery brothers spoke to them. The Connery's then took possession of the farm and would not leave.(ii) Gaolbreakin- breading out of gaol which the connery were quite good at, having once freed others as well as themselfs.
Ticket of leave fro Bathurst in 1844 No.
From alphabetical list of pardons State Archives.
Conditional pardon No. 4962 on 20 december 1848
Electrol Roll District of sydney 1849-1850
John conry (sic) dwelling house in Princes Street (rocks area)
Richmond Villa Primary Records Card Index
Connery John 4/1248 "Elphinstone" 1838
Pardon prepared 1850
Richmond Villa - Australian Library
1850 Absolute and Conditional pardons
Principal superintendant of convicts office - Sydney 4 june 1850
(From a copy in the Mitchell Library)
Connery John "Elphingstone" 1838
Burial Certificate volume 118 No 361
John Connery
Paddington
35 years
Farmer
Elphingstone
When Burried 6 jul 1851
Where ceremony performed parish of St. James County of Cumberland
By Whome Rev. John Kavanagh
Sydney Morning Herald 5 July 1851
Funeral. the friends of the late John Connery are requested to attend his funeral to move from his late residence paddington Old South Head Road tomorrow Sunday afternoon at a quarter to two o'Clock.
James Curtis Undertaker Hunter St. July 5
Other information in "The Outrage Papers" in state Paters Office in
Dublin.
Volumes 78 Entry 439 Registry of marriages. Married as a bachelor of Laughlin Swamps on 23 September 1848 according to the rites of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland (by James fullerton LLD) to ellen English a spinster of sydney in the presence of William and Hanora Orr (ellen's sister and brother in law) both of surrey Hills Witness and parties signed.
N.B. information form Brendan Kiely-James Fullerton was an Irishman from County Derry. Scots Church was on the corner of Pitt and Hay St. Sydney. Now demolished. Records in the Ferguson Memorial Church Library.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD NOTICES.
10 August 1842 J.e. Conry (sic) letters await you Page 2.
8 September 1842 John Connery Letters await you.
6 March 1843 John connery Letters await you.
16 Jun 1843 John conery (sic) Woolloomooloo Stockade Letters for you at G.P.O Page 2.
STATE ARCHIVES REEL NO 190
Register of coroners Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries.
Year 1851 No 6057 Held at sydney Date received 14 july 1851
Coroner 25 july 1851 Result - Died of natural causes.
Extract from The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday july 8th 1851
Coroners Inquest. An Inquest was commenced yesterday before the Coroner at Wellington Inn Parramatta Street, on view of the body of John Connolly (sic) then laying dead in the Benevolent Asylum. It appears that the deceased with several others was procedding to the gold diggings, and on the 28th May ultimo camped at Emu Plains. There, a number of the residents came round the encampment and insisted upon examining the cradle, & c, and on of the cradles being broken by them a dispute ensued, which ended in a fight. The deceased was severely beaten; and he, and his party were afterwards taken into custody and committed for trial by the Penrith Bench for assault. they were, however, admitted to Bail; but the deceased, who had never ceased to complain of blows inflictd upon him died on Thursday last at his residence at the Water Reserve near paddington he and his brother having returnd to the district. Dr. Cuthill attended him since his return, and a post mortem examination of the body was made by that gentleman and Dry tierney; the particulars of which the coroner desired should not be published until after the resumption of the inquest which he then postoned until Monday nexr.
Therefore died 3 july 1851
N.B. John Connery's occupation ws given as Miner in his daughter's (Mary Helena) death certificate by her husband Richard Henry Stokes Dummett.
Children of Ellen ENGLISH and John Sean CONNERY were as follows:
37 i Patrick3 CONNERY [5012], born 4 May 1841 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened 16 May 1841 in St. Marys R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia; died Dec 1841 in Sydney NSW Australia; buried 7 Dec 1841. Sponsors at patrick's baptism were John Murrey and Johanna O'Brien the ceremony performed by P.A. Hogan. Deaths Burial vol 132 entry 2477 Registry of Patrick conry (sic) of Fraziers Lane aged 8 month. Died Buried Ceremony performed at St.Mary's Cathedral by Revd. Mr. Hogan
+ 38 ii James3 CONNERY [5013], born 22 Nov 1844 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened 11 Dec 1844 in Cumberland St. Sydney NSW Australia; died 16 Feb 1912 in , Newtown, NSW, Australia. He married Elizabeth URQUHART [5015].
+ 39 iii Mary Helena3 CONNERY [5014], born 1852; died 2 Jun 1919 in , Smithfield, NSW, Australia. She married Richard Henry STOKES DUMMETT [5024].

6. Honara2 ENGLISH [4664] (Andrew1), born 1824 in Coppaquin, Waterford, Ireland, U.K.; christened 5 Apr 1824 in Cappoquin Waterford Ireland U.K.; died 1885 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia. She married on 15 Jun 1841 in St Mary's R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia William ORR [5046].

Notes for Honara ENGLISH
Witness at marriage Henry Graham & Rebecca Kearns of Essex Lane Sydney. William and Honora also resided at Essex Lane at time of marriage. The researcher feels this may have been a boarding house in sydney. Could the Henry Graham be our Henry who married Catherine English Honara's sister.
Sponsors at baptism Patrick keane & Mary Greehy
witness to marriage William & Mrs. Eliza English

Notes for William ORR
William had a property called "Michelago" at Ellerslie at the time of his sons marriage in 1883.
Children of Honara ENGLISH and William ORR were as follows:
40 i Andrew3 ORR [5047], born 1842 in , Bathurst, NSW, Australia; christened 1842 in St. Michael's, Kelso, NSW, Australia; died 1915 in , Cooma, NSW, Australia.
+ 41 ii Mary Ann3 ORR [5048], born 1843 in The Rocks, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; christened 1843 in St. Mary's R/C, Bathurst, NSW, Australia; died 1900 in , Cooma, NSW, Australia. She married Claus KOPPMAN [5056].
+ 42 iii David C.3 ORR [5050], born 1846 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened in St.Marys R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia. He married Catherine CORCORAN [5061].
43 iv Peter3 ORR [5055], born 1847 in , Surry Hills, NSW, Australia; christened 1847 in St. James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia. He married on 9 Jan 1883 in "Michelago" Res., Ellerslie, NSW, Australia Ellen KELLY [5064], born abt 1841 in , Queenbeyan, NSW, Australia, daughter of William KELLY [5065] and Catherine CAMERON [5066]. Peter was married at his fathers residence. Children from the 1st marriage took the name of Orr.
+ 44 v Agnes Gertrude3 ORR [5051], born 21 Sep 1849 in , Surry Hills, NSW, Australia; christened 1849 in St. James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia. She married (1) Henry COLLYER (Farmer) [5077]; (2) William Wahley WARREN [5081].
+ 45 vi Eliza3 ORR [22729], born 10 Jul 1851 in , Surry Hills, NSW, Australia; christened 1851 in St.James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia. She married William Frances ENGLISH [22730].
46 vii William3 ORR [22731], born 1853 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened 18 Aug 1853 in St.James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia; died 11 Jan 1856 in , Potts Point, NSW, Australia. Living in Wooloomoo in 1853
+ 47 viii Ellen3 ORR [5054], born 1855 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened 1855 in St. James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia. She married William Henry MANSFIELD [5088].
+ 48 ix Sarah New Year3 ORR [5052], born 2 Jan 1858 in , Waverley, NSW, Australia; christened 17 Jan 1858 in St. James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia; died 1938 in , Randwick, NSW, Australia; buried 1938 in , , NSW, Australia. She married John BLAKE (Miner) [5091].
49 x William3 ORR [5053], born 1860 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia; christened 1860 in St. James R/C, Sydney, NSW, Australia; died abt 1945/46.
50 xi William3 ORR [22732], born 1862 in , Cooma, NSW, Australia.
51 xii James3 ORR [22733], born 1863 in , Cooma, NSW, Australia.
52 xiii Thomas3 ORR [22734], born 1867 in , Cooma, NSW, Australia.

7. Patrick2 ENGLISH [4665] (Andrew1), born 1830 in Coppaquin, Waterford, Ireland, U.K.; died 1883 in , Carcoar, NSW, Australia. He married in 1846 in , Sydney, NSW, Australia Margaret RYAN [5280].

Notes for Patrick ENGLISH
Patrick could have had a son Dominic B.1852 Died 20 Oct 1921. M. 1874 Martha
Press ll children?????
Children of Patrick ENGLISH and Margaret RYAN were as follows:
53 i Ann3 ENGLISH [13194], born 1847; died abt 1848.
54 ii MORGAN3 ENGLISH [13193], born 1848.
55 iii Mary3 ENGLISH [13192], born 1849.
56 iv Edward3 ENGLISH [13195], born 1850.
57 v Ann3 ENGLISH [13196], born 1952.
58 vi John3 ENGLISH [13197], born 1854.
59 vii Catherine3 ENGLISH [13198], born 1857. A Catherine English married a John Sheehan living Essington wit. Joseph Sewell and William Kearns ( our rel.)

 
 

     
     
     
 
 
 
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