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Mary Lanz1

F, ID# 1740, (circa 1850 - 1903)
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Father*Heinrich Lanz b. 20 Dec 1820, d. 19 Jun 1893
Mother*Anna Marie Merlau b. 31 Aug 1834, d. 17 Apr 1905
Last Edited=24 Jun 2010

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     Mary Lanz was born circa 1850 Perth County, Ontario,Canada.2 She was the daughter of Heinrich Lanz and Anna Marie Merlau.
     Mary Lanz appeared on the 1861 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of her parents, Henry Lanz and Anna Marie Lanz.3
     On 20 March 1870, Mary Lanz married Henry Koch, Waterloo County County, Ontario.4,5
     Mary Cook and Henry Cook appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada, enumerated 4 April 1881.2
     Mary Koch was mentioned in the will of her father, Heinrich Lanz filed on 17 March 1888 in North Easthope Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada. The will also mentions: Anna Marie Lanz, Catherina Knechtel, John Lanz, Anna Catherine Lanz, Henry Lanz, Emma Mohr, Elizabeth Paff, Minnie Lanz, Henry Paff Sr. and Valentine Knechtel.6
     Mary Lanz died on 7 March 1903 in Ontario, Canada.7
     Mary was buried after 7 March 1903 St. James Lutheran Cemetery, in North Easthope Township, Perth, Ontario, Canada. Under her second married name MERLAU.

Family: Mary Lanz and Henry Koch

Citations

  1. [S55] Dean Robinson, The Hills of Home:North Easthope Twp (Stratford, Ontario, Canada: North Easthope History Book Committee, The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division , August 1998). Hereinafter cited as Hills of Home.
  2. [S232] 1881 Canadian Census, Perth Cnty, Ontario, Canada, Sub District b, Division 2, Family History Library (FHL) [FHL] micropublication #1375907, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah www.familysearch.com.
  3. [S188] 1861 Canadian Population Schedule, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, District 30, Sub district D, Family History Library (FHL) microfilm #0349311, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. [S55] Dean Robinson, The Hills of Home:North Easthope Twp (Stratford, Ontario, Canada: North Easthope History Book Committee, The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division , August 1998), page 293, Concession 5 Lot 17. Hereinafter cited as Hills of Home.
  5. [S595] Ontario, 1869-1886 Marriage Index Volume 2, Waterloo County, Family History Library (FHL) 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Viewed online Genealogy.com (http://www.genealogy.com). Hereinafter cited as Ontario, 1869-1886 Marriage Index Volume 2.
  6. [S618] Henry Lanz will (17 Mar 1888), Perth County, Ontario, Canada Register G page 223 thru 225, Family History Library (FHL) Film # 484926, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Will, Henry Lanz.
  7. [S32] Perth Branch. Ontario Genealogical Society, St James Lutheran Cemetery (Box 9, Stratford, On N5A 6S9: Stratford, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Genealogical Society, Perth County Branch , 1995), page 8, Section B, Row 1, Number 29. Hereinafter cited as St James Lutheran Cemetery.

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Mary Elizabeth Lanz

F, ID# 119, (1866 - 1947)
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Father*Johannes "John" Lanz1 b. 28 Aug 1831, d. 28 Nov 1901
Mother*Catherina Schick b. 27 Sep 1836, d. 15 Jul 1897
Last Edited=30 Dec 2007

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     Mary Elizabeth Lanz was born on 28 June 1866 in Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario,Canada.2 She was the daughter of Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Schick.1
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1871 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of her parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.1
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of her parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.3 Mary Elizabeth Lanz, and Philip Lanz, George Henry Lanz, Anna Barbara "Annie" Lanz, Conrad Lanz and Emillie Lanz appeared on the 2 April 1883 census in in School District No. 43, Jefferson County, Nebraska, in the household of Johannes "John" Lanz; The family is living on land described as Township 4, Section 19, NE portion.4
     In 1885, Mary Elizabeth Lanz married Jacob Daniel Aebig at St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska.5
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1885 State Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of her parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.6
     In the 7 December 1901 obituary of Johannes "John" Lanz which printed in the Jefferson County Journal, circulated in Fairbury, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Mary Elizabeth Aebig was listes as survivor child; his children.7
     Mary Elizabeth Lanz died on 10 June 1947 in Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the age of 80.2,8
     Mary was buried after 10 June 1947 in the Stony Hill Cemetery, located in Laird, Saskatchewan , Canada. Tombstone located Row B grave 17.8

Children of Mary Elizabeth Lanz and Jacob Daniel Aebig

Citations

  1. [S230] 1871 Canadian Census Population Schedule, North Easthope, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, District 30, Division 4, Sub district D, Family History Library (FHL) Micropublication #0349151, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. [S23] Letter from Jean Copley to Ginni Morey, 4 Mar 1998; Ginni Morey (9855 N. Sooner Lane, Marana, Pima, Arizona). Jean Copley daughter of Edward Reinwald, Compiled Family History.
  3. [S260] 4 Jun 1880 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archive Micropublication Series T9, Roll 751 , John Lanz Household, Jefferson County, NE,Enumeration District 283, Supervisor's District 1, Sheet 1, Dwelling 1, Family 1.
  4. [S265] John Lantz, 2 Apr 1883 School Census, Jefferson County Nebraska, Nebraska State Historical Society , P.O. Box 82554, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  5. [S47] St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 100 years of Grace, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Plymouth, Nebraska. 1880 - 1980 (privately published: St. Paul's Lutheran Church , 1980). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
  6. [S541] 1885 Nebraska State Census, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Ancestry.com Family History Library [FHL] Micropublication #499557, Online Database, Provo, Utah, John Lantz household, page 9B, ED 444/192, downloaded 26 October 2002.
  7. [S264] John Lanz's Obituary, Jefferson County Journal, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, 7 Dec 1901, page 1, Column 3. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson Cnty Journal.
  8. [S40] Transcribed by John P. Nickel, Stoney Hill Cemetery Transcripts (Box 1894, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4P 3E1: Saskatchewan Genealogical Society , 6 August 1993). Hereinafter cited as Stoney Hill Cemetery.
  9. [S841] Dr. P. W. Riegert, 2005 Memories (Regina Saskatchewan: Privately Published , 1979), viewed online 21 Jan 2005, page16. Hereinafter cited as 2005 Memories.

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Minnie Lanz1

F, ID# 1739, (1868 - )
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Father*Heinrich Lanz b. 20 Dec 1820, d. 19 Jun 1893
Mother*Anna Marie Merlau b. 31 Aug 1834, d. 17 Apr 1905
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Minnie Lanz was born in 1868, Ontario,Canada.2 She was the daughter of Heinrich Lanz and Anna Marie Merlau.
     Minnie Lanz appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of her parents, Heinrich Lanz and Anna Marie Lanz.2
     Minnie Lanz was mentioned in the will of her father, Heinrich Lanz filed on 17 March 1888 in North Easthope Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada. The will also mentions: Anna Marie Lanz, Catherina Knechtel, John Lanz, Anna Catherine Lanz, Henry Lanz, Emma Mohr, Elizabeth Paff, Mary Koch, Henry Paff Sr. and Valentine Knechtel.3

Citations

  1. [S55] Dean Robinson, The Hills of Home:North Easthope Twp (Stratford, Ontario, Canada: North Easthope History Book Committee, The Beacon Herald Fine Printing Division , August 1998). Hereinafter cited as Hills of Home.
  2. [S232] 1881 Canadian Census, Perth Cnty, Ontario, Canada, Sub District b, Division 2, Family History Library (FHL) [FHL] micropublication #1375907, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah www.familysearch.com.
  3. [S618] Henry Lanz will (17 Mar 1888), Perth County, Ontario, Canada Register G page 223 thru 225, Family History Library (FHL) Film # 484926, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Will, Henry Lanz.

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Philip Lanz

M, ID# 118, (1863 - 1938)
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Father*Johannes "John" Lanz1 b. 28 Aug 1831, d. 28 Nov 1901
Mother*Catherina Schick b. 27 Sep 1836, d. 15 Jul 1897
Last Edited=23 Jun 2010

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Many of the images are also copyrighted, and may not be copied without the consent of the copyright holders.
     Philip Lanz was born on 5 October 1863 in Eastgate, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.2,3,4 He was the son of Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Schick.1
     Philip Lanz appeared on the 1871 Canadian Census of North Easthope, Perth, Ontario, Canada in the household of his parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.1
     Philip Lanz appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of his parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.5 Philip Lanz, and Mary Elizabeth Lanz, George Henry Lanz, Anna Barbara "Annie" Lanz, Conrad Lanz and Emillie Lanz appeared on the 2 April 1883 census in in School District No. 43, Jefferson County, Nebraska, in the household of Johannes "John" Lanz; The family is living on land described as Township 4, Section 19, NE portion.6 Philip Lanz witnessed the marriage of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf on 24 March 1885 in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska.7
     Philip Lanz appeared on the 1885 State Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of his parents, Johannes "John" Lanz and Catherina Lanz.8
     On 19 December 1886, Philip Lanz married Anna Zulaf, daughter of Johannes S. "John" Zulaf and Sallie Shamber, in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska.9,10,11 Philip Lanz witnessed the marriage of George Reinmiller and Margaretha Daub on 1 March 1887 in Jefferson County, Nebraska; The marriage certificate lists her mother's maiden name as unknown.12 Philip Lanz was a witness

Taken from Old & New Furrows - The Story of Rosthern: Before the white man came to the area, the Stoney Hill site was the overnight camping spot for bands of Indians travelling between Prince Albert and North Battleford. Canadian land agents visited the US telling people of this new frontier in hopes of attracting settlers to the North West.

Late in 1898, Conrad Koenig, Sr. and John Reinwald, Jr. came to Rosthern looking for the land they had been told about. They found their homesteads at Stoney Hill and wrote back to their families to follow. That first summer was spent building shelter and breaking some land on which to grow food for the coming winter.

During the first years other settlers followed from Nebraska including the families of George Schmidt, John Schmidt, Philip Lanz, George Lanz, Louis Zulaf, William Zulauf, Jacob Aebig, John Reinwald, Sr. and Andrew Hoffer. The population was growing, more land was being broken and Stony Hill was developing into a community.13



     Philip Lanz and Anna Lanz appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, enumerated 11 June 1900, reporting the family living next door to Philip's brother George and 9 houses from his older brother John.. Their children Ida Katharine Salome and Willliam John were listed as living with them.10 On the 1901 census, Philip Lanz was living in Ebenfeld, Saskatchewan, Canada, near John Conrad Reinwald.3
     On the 5 June 1901 census in Ebenfeld, Saskatchewan, Philip was listed as the head of the family and Anna, his wife. Also included in the household: Ida Katharine Salome Lanz and Willie Lanz , their children.3
     In the 7 December 1901 obituary of Johannes "John" Lanz which printed in the Jefferson County Journal, circulated in Fairbury, Jefferson County, Nebraska, was listes as survivor child; his children.14
     On the 1906 Canadian Census , Philip Lanz was listed as the head of the family living at Sec 35, Twsp 43, Rge 5, 3W Meridian in Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada. Also included in the household: Ida Katharine Salome Lanz and Willie Lanz , his children.15
     On the 1911 Canadian Census of Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada, Philip was listed as the head of the family and Elizabeth, his wife. Also included in the household: Ida Katharine Salome Lanz and Willie Lanz , their children.16
     Philip Lanz died on 3 January 1938 in Laird, Saskatchewan, at the age of 74.2,4
     Philip was buried circa 6 January 1938 in the Stony Hill Cemetery, located in Laird, Saskatchewan , Canada. Tombstone located Row F, grave 23.2

Children of Philip Lanz and Anna Zulaf

Citations

  1. [S230] 1871 Canadian Census Population Schedule, North Easthope, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, District 30, Division 4, Sub district D, Family History Library (FHL) Micropublication #0349151, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. [S23] Letter from Jean Copley to Ginni Morey, 4 Mar 1998; Ginni Morey (9855 N. Sooner Lane, Marana, Pima, Arizona). Jean Copley daughter of Edward Reinwald, Compiled Family History.
  3. [S534] 1901 Canadian Census, Northwest Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada, District 205, S. District 1, Division Ebenfeld, National Archives of Canada Film # T-6553, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  4. [S571] Paul W. Riegert, One Hundred Years of God's Grace, St John's Lutheran Church at Stony Hill Laird SK Canada (103 Mayfair Crescent, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S 5T9: Reampeck Publishers , 2001), Deaths - Burials, page 131. Hereinafter cited as St John's Lutheran Church, Stony Hill.
  5. [S260] 4 Jun 1880 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archive Micropublication Series T9, Roll 751 , John Lanz Household, Jefferson County, NE,Enumeration District 283, Supervisor's District 1, Sheet 1, Dwelling 1, Family 1.
  6. [S265] John Lantz, 2 Apr 1883 School Census, Jefferson County Nebraska, Nebraska State Historical Society , P.O. Box 82554, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  7. [S81] Anita F. Koppert, "John Lanz Family," e-mail message from e-mail address to Ginni Morey. Hereinafter cited as "John Lanz Family."
  8. [S541] 1885 Nebraska State Census, Jefferson County, Nebraska, Ancestry.com Family History Library [FHL] Micropublication #499557, Online Database, Provo, Utah, John Lantz household, page 9B, ED 444/192, downloaded 26 October 2002.
  9. [S117] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Marriage Records Jefferson County, Nebraska, Book C, 14 February 1886 through 7 April 1891 (Fairbury, Nebraska: Jefferson County Genealogical Society , 1997), Page 10, Phillip Lanz and Anna Zulaf marriage certificate (page no. 96) no. 1173 (1886).. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Records Jefferson NE.
  10. [S249] 13 Jun 1900 population schedule, Jefferson County Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication Series T623, roll 931 , Philip Lanz Household, town of Plymouth, Enumeration District 89, supervisors's district 4, Sheet 212, dwelling 79, family 85.
  11. [S571] Paul W. Riegert, One Hundred Years of God's Grace, St John's Lutheran Church at Stony Hill Laird SK Canada (103 Mayfair Crescent, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S 5T9: Reampeck Publishers , 2001), Marriages, page 122. Hereinafter cited as St John's Lutheran Church, Stony Hill.
  12. [S243] Marriage Certificate George Reinmiller and Margaret Reinwald: marriage certificate no. 1197 (1887), Jefferson County Nebraska Marriage Registrations, [FHL] Microfilm no. 1986434, Family History Library (FHL), 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as MC Reinmiller/Reinwald.
  13. [S113] Rosthern Historical Society, Old & New Furrows - The Story of Rosthern (Rosthern Saskatchewan: Rosthern Historical Society , no date listed). Hereinafter cited as Story of Rosthern.
  14. [S264] John Lanz's Obituary, Jefferson County Journal, Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska, 7 Dec 1901, page 1, Column 3. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson Cnty Journal.
  15. [S567] 1906 Canadian Census, Northwest Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada, District 16, Sub District 16, Division Saskatchewan, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  16. [S977] 1911 Canadian Census, Saskatchewan, Canada, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  17. [S231] Jefferson County Nebraska Land Evidence Book 9: Book 19, Jefferson County NE Courthouse, Jefferson County Courthouse Recorder of Deeds, Fairbury, Nebraska. Hereinafter cited as Land Deed Jefferson NE.

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Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz

F, ID# 997, (1903 - 1987)
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Father*John E Lanz Sr b. 2 Feb 1861, d. 14 Jun 1946
Mother*Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf b. 29 Jun 1867, d. 31 Mar 1939
Last Edited=11 Dec 2005

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     Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz was born on 23 April 1903 in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska.1 She was the daughter of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf.
     Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz immigrated to Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada, with her parents John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf arriving on 1904.2
     On the 1906 Canadian Census, Anna, Clara, Selma and Rosine was listed as a daughter in the household of John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth in Sec 26, Twsp 43, Rge 5, 3W Meridian, Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada. Also listed in the household was her brother John.2
     On the 1911 Canadian Census, Anna, Clara, Selma and Rosine was listed as a daughter in the household of John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz. Also listed in the household was her brother John.3 Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz emigrated with John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf on 5 March 1912 from Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada.4
     Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz immigrated to Emerson, Minnesota, with her parents John and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf, aboard the Great Northern Railway arriving on 6 March 1912.4 Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz never married Rose was the family caretaker. She worked in the School cafeteria in Nebraska.5 She was naturalized with John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Zulaf in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, on 8 January 1919.6,4
     Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Plymouth Village, Jefferson, Nebraska in the household of her parents, John E Lanz Sr and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Lanz.7
     Rosine Anna Elizabeth Lanz died on 24 May 1987 in Plymouth, Jefferson, Nebraska, at the age of 84. Rose died from Alzheimer's.8
     Rosine was buried in June 1987 in the Woodlawn Cemetery, located in Plymouth, Jefferson County, Nebraska .9

Citations

  1. [S47] St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 100 years of Grace, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Plymouth, Nebraska. 1880 - 1980 (privately published: St. Paul's Lutheran Church , 1980), page 46. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
  2. [S567] 1906 Canadian Census, Northwest Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada, District 16, Sub District 16, Division Saskatchewan, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  3. [S977] 1911 Canadian Census, Saskatchewan, Canada, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada http://www.archives.ca
  4. [S360] John E. Lanz, Petition for Naturalization, File # 505489 (8 Mar 1912); Jefferson County NE Judge, Jefferson County Courthouse, Fairbury, Nebraska.
  5. [S144] Anya Nunes, "John Lanz," e-mail message from e-mail address to Ginni Morey, 9 Sep 2000. Hereinafter cited as "John Lanz."
  6. [S79] John E. Lanz, Declaration of Intent, 505489, John E Lanz, declaration of intent, Case 88 (1912) and petition for naturalization, 505489 (1919); District Court of Nebraska, County of Jefferson, Fairbury, Nebraska (1912); Nebraska State Historical Society, P.O. Box 82554, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  7. [S529] Apr 1930 US Census population schedule, Jefferson Cnty, Nebraska, National Archives, Textual Reference Branch (NWDT1), Washington, District of Columbia, National Archives Micropublication series T626, roll 1283 , John Lanz Household, Plymouth Precinct, Enumeration District [ED] 48-24, Supervisor's District 11, Sheet 2B, Dwelling 60, Family 60.
  8. [S87] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Jeffeson County Nebraska, Volume 1 (Fairbury, NE: Jefferson County Genealogical Society , 1983), Woodlawn Cemtery. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson, NE Cemeteries.
  9. [S87] Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Jeffeson County Nebraska, Volume 1 (Fairbury, NE: Jefferson County Genealogical Society , 1983), Woodlawn Cemetery. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson, NE Cemeteries.

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