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1 "CREGG-GLANCY: In Pine township, Mar. 8, 1899, by George P. White, Esq., John A. Cregg and Miss Nellie Glancy, both of Pine township." Family: F296
 
2 "Mr. and Mrs. Shattuck are prominent tradespeople of Linesville, the bride having successfully managed her millinery store since she embarked in business here a year ago. Mr. Shattuck, of the firm of Line & Shattuck, grocers and butchers, are one of the oldest, as well as successful, partnerships our town affords. The Herald joins in bestowing congratulations and best wishes."

From the Paul Henry Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society, page 4, column 2:
"SHATTUCK--POTTER - At the Universalist parsonage, Linesville, March 17, by Rev. M.L. Hewitt, Eugene S. Shattuck and Ocalia M. Potter, both of Linesville. No cards." 
Family: F11
 
3 Clipping from the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
DAVIS-VAN WINKLE: At the residence of the bride's parents in Conneaut Township, September 3d, by Rev. CP Nash, Mr. Charles W. Davis of Linesville and Miss Cora E., daughter of Mr. Samuel Van Winkle. 
Family: F465
 
4 Clipping from the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Miss Bessie Vandusen (sic) of this place was married to Oscar Schiefelbein of Meadville, June 9, Rev. JR Rich officiating. 
Family: F170
 
5 Clipping from the Garwood Scrapbook D, and the Paul Henry Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:

AT THE MARRIAGE ALTAR
      Linesville has been experiencing many marriages this year and the most recent we record is that of Mr. Alfred F. Gehr and Miss Cora A. Bunday. The wedding took place at Mr. SE Bunday's, the bride's home, Thursday evening at 8:30, Sept. 11, 1890, Rev. RR Prentice officiating. The usual marriage supper and presentation of elegant presents followed.
      The parlors were beautifully decorated and conspicuous was a ship of flowers adorning a large mirror; all present wished them "bon voyage."
      Mr. Gehr is one of Linesville's young business men, and the bride an accomplished young lady. Both are well deserving of the attention shown them by a large circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gehr are "at home" in furnished apartments on Pymatuning Street. The Herald joins in congratulations. 
Family: F438
 
6 From the August 11, 1886 issue of The Linesville Herald, page 3, column 5:
HARVEY-ELDER - At the residence of JM Irons, Meadville, Pa., August 9th, 1886, by Rev. Miller, of Meadville, Mr. B.F. Harvey of Conneaut tp., and Mrs. Lottie Elder, of Linesville. 
Family: F126
 
7 From the August 16, 1933 issue of The Linesville Herald:
           IRONS - VonBOCKERN WEDDING
      The home of Mr. and Mrs. FW Irons was the scene of a very pretty wedding Wednesday evening, August 16th, at seven-thirty o'clock, when their daughter, Phyllis was united in marriage to Lowing VonBockern.
      The marriage service was read by Reverend Daniel E. Hartman assisted by Reverend EB Dwyer. The impressive ring ceremony was used.
      The bride was charmingly gowned in white organdy and the home was decorated with lighted candles, roses, snapdragons and summer flowers.
      Mrs. VonBockern is a graduate of State Teachers College at Edinboro and took her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees at University of Pittsburgh. She is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and has been a very successful teacher, teaching in the Dormont schools the past few years.
      The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George VonBockern, of Oberlin, Ohio.
      He has his BSA degree from the University of Tennessee and is an honorary member of Alpha Zeta Fraternity and a scholastic member of Phi Kappa Phi.
      Mr. VonBockern is second Lieutenant in United States Officer Reserve Corps and a Cadet Captain in the ROTC at University of Tennessee.
      A delicious dinner was served immediately after the ceremony.
      Several piano selections were played by Miss Esther VonBockern during the evening.
      The guests at the wedding were: Rev. and Mrs. Daniel E. Hartman, Rev. and Mrs. EB Dwyer, Mrs. George VonBockern, Oberlin, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John Longbon, Columbia Station, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Throgmorton, Prestonburg, Kentucky; Miss Esther VonBockern, Berea, Kentucky; Mr. and Mrs. FW Irons, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Irons and son David; Mrs. James Manning; Mrs. Mary Chard, of Painesville, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. SW Lowing, Lawrence Lowing, Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Potter; Boyd Reese, Washington College, Tennessee; Mr. Thomas Early and Miss Kathryn Steffee.
      The entire community extend congratulations and best wishes to this couple who will be at home at the farm home in Conneaut township after September 9th. 
Family: F675
 
8 From the CCHS Marriage Index: LD Spaulding of Conneaut Township married Mrs. Ollie Gehr of Linesville December 14, 1908 at Meadville by legal acknowledgment.

Per the Crawford County Courthouse, Meadville, PA - Marriage License Affidavit No. 11108 was Filed December 14th, 1908. It says that L.D. Spaulding and Ollie Gehr were married by Legal Acknowledgment at the Courthouse, signed by H.H. Finney, Clerk of the Orphans Court. 
Family: F667
 
9 From the Conneautville Courier, October 8, 1886:
LITWILER-BRIGHT - In Espyville, Oct. 3, 1886 by Rev. M. V. STONE, Mr. Altamont LITWILER and Miss Minnie E. BRIGHT, both of Linesville. 
Family: F291
 
10 From the December 29, 1915 issue of The Linesville Herald:
           WESTLUND-LIMBERT
Mrs. Mollie Limbert, daughter of Mrs. W.H. Denison, was united in marriage, Wednesday, December 22, 1915 to C.E. Westlund of Washington, Pa. Mrs. Westlund is well known having been for a number of years a most successful teacher in the public schools in this vicinity before her first marriage. For the past year she has resided with her mother in Harmonsburg where she has been prominent in the social and church gatherings of the community.
      Mr. Westlund is well known in Linesville and among railroad circles, having been employed by the Pennsylvania R.R. for fifteen years. He now holds a responsible position with the Taylor Tube and Pipe Company at Washington, Pa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W.O. Calhoun, in Meadville, Pa., and the happy couple left on a short wedding journey. For the present their home will be in Harmonsburg. The best wishes of a host of friends go with them that health and happiness be theirs. 
Family: F687
 
11 From the February 16, 1904 issue of The Linesville Herald:
Mr. Charles W. Cubit and Miss Mary R. Cotton were married at Meadville at 8 o'clock p.m., February 11, Rev. M. Sisley officiating. The ceremony was in the presence of the family and a few friends. The wedding march was played by Miss Rebecca Cooper. Both bride and groom are well known here, the former being a daughter of the late James Cotton, of Vernon township. Mr. Cubit has recently been in the employ of the Phoenix Iron Works, but they will take up their residence in Sistersville, W. Va. 
Family: F123
 
12 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society, page 14, column 3:
BULLIS-GLANCY - At the residence of the groom's mother, Mrs. E.A. Bollis, in Linesville, March 22d, 1882, by Rev. A.J. Lindsey, Mr. Adolphus Bollis and Miss Maggie Glancy.



From the Linesville Herald, March 30, 1882, page 2, column 4:
In Linesville March 22, 1882, by Rev. AJ Lindsey, Mr. Adolphus Bullis and Miss Mary Glancy of Padan Aram, Ohio.


From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:

BULLIS-GLANCY - At the residence of the groom's mother, Mrs. EA Bullis, in Linesville, March 23d, 1882, by Rev. AJ Lindsey, Mr. Adolphus Bollis and Miss Minnie Glancy. 

Family: F37
 
13 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F635
 
14 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
(missing) the afaernoon of September (missing) at 4 o'clock, Dr. H.H. Walker and Miss Bertha McKean were united in marriage at the home of the bride, by the Rev. HW Dight. The bridal party marched in to the strains of the wedding march played by Miss Helen Walker, piano, and Mr. Vern Graham, violin. The bride was beautifully gowned in crepe de chine and carried an armful of white roses. The color scheme pink and white was carried out in the house decoration of asters. After the ceremony, a bountious dinner was served. Guests were limited to the immediate friends of both parties. A newly furnished resident on Jefferson street awaited their return. On Tuesday evening, their friends showered them with many beautiful gifts - tokens of friendship to this popular young couple. 
Family: F401
 
15 From the Garwood scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
BROWN-SMITH - At the ME parsonage in Evansburg, Feb. 5th, 1883, by Rev. A.J. Lindsey, Mr. Burt Brown, of Youngstown, Ohio, and Miss Asia L., daughter of A.J. Smith, of Linesville. 
Family: F190
 
16 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Dr. and Mrs. JN Walker announce the marriage of their daughter, Mildred Dorothea, to Vertner McQuiston Oct. 21, 1920. At home Linesville, Nov. 1st. 
Family: F399
 
17 From the Garwood scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
DUDLEY-TEATS - At the ME Parsonage by Albion, March 28th, 1882, by Rev. T.W. Douglas, Mr. Almon P. Dudley and Miss Lucretia E. Teats, both of Linesville. 
Family: F115
 
18 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
DUNN-GLANCY - At the bride's home, Dec. 25, 1892, by Rev. J.D. Clemmons, Hiram L. Dunn, and Miss Addie Glancy, all of Linesville. 
Family: F426
 
19 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
GARWOOD-BISHOP - At the residence of her mother, Mrs. A.V. Allen, this place, Sept. 27, 1893, by Rev. M.L. Hewett, Mr. Amos Garwood, of Conneaut township, and Miss Grace Bishop of Linesville. 
Family: F494
 
20 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
GEORGE-BALDWIN - In this city, Dec. 17th, by Rev. Dr. J.G. Carachan, Mr. M.A. George and Miss Grace Baldwin, both of Summit township. 
Family: F259
 
21 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
GILLILAND-MOORE - At M.E. parsonage, Evansburg, Sept. (unreadable) 1896, by Rev. J.D. Clemmons, Seth Gilliland and Miss Blanche Moore, both of Summit township. 
Family: F330
 
22 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
GLANCEY-DUDLEY - At Meadville, Jan. 28, 1892, by Rev. Valentine, Mr. John Glancy, and Mrs. Rachel Dudley, of this place. 
Family: F297
 
23 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
GLANCY-DUNN - In Linesville, Oct. 16th, by R.P. Miller, Esq., Mr. Sylvester Glancy and Miss Mary Dunn, all of Linesville. 
Family: F278
 
24 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
GLEASON-McLENAHAN - Will be solomnized at 8 p.m., July 31, 1889, at the home of the bride, East Fallowfield tp., Mr. Charles F. Gleason, of South Shenango, and Miss Jennie M. McLenahan. 
Family: F266
 
25 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
HENRY-WALKER - At the residence of the bride's parents, Conneaut township, Nov. 7, 1894, Mr. Autie Henry and Miss Tillie Walker, Rev. J.D. Clemmons, of this place, officiating. 
Family: F554
 
26 From the Garwood scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
IRONS-BELL - At the residence of the bride in Linesville, Wednesday evening, Oct 15th, 1884, by Rev. CT Jack, Mr. B.O. Irons and Mrs. Amelia Bell, all of Linesville. 
Family: F26
 
27 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
LADNER-RUSHMORE - At the Budd House, Meadville, Nov. 22, 1892, by 'Squire Fenner, Mr. D.C. Ladner and Miss Nettie E., daughter of M. Rushmore, both of Conneaut township. 
Family: F201
 
28 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
LITWILER-WALLACE - In Meadville, July 5, 1892, by Alderman William Pentz, Mr. Perry E. Litwiler, of Ashtabula Harbor, O.; and Miss Flora E. Wallace, of Linesville. 
Family: F525
 
29 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Married: At the home of the bride, Wednesday, September 30, 1908, Mr. Samuel A. Miller and Mrs. Maria Gillett, both of Linesville. The ceremony was performed by Rev. DH Denison, pastor of the Baptist church. 
Family: F130
 
30 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Miss Jeanette Akens, of Linesville, and Mr. Everett Terry, of Conneaut township, were united in marriage Saturday, September 22, 1934, by Rev. George A. Gay, pastor of the Universalist Church. 
Family: F664
 
31 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Miss Lena Cregg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cregg, was married to Delvin De Ross of Meadville, Jan. 15, 1917, Rev. Shantz of Erie, officiating. 
Family: F307
 
32 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Mr. Arthur B. Garwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Garwood, and Miss Laura E. Dennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dennis, were united in marriage December 25, 1906, at the bride's home, Rev. GB Carr officiating. Both young people move in the best of society and are highly esteemed for their .....erility of character and thorough...... qualities. Mr. and Mrs. Garwood will take up their residence in Conneaut Township where the groom has an agricultural property. 
Family: F305
 
33 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Mr. Lee F. Hewitt and Miss Edna Brown were married at Canton, Ohio, April 16. The groom is a son of the late Rev. Hewitt whose death occurred while pastor of the Universalist church of this place several years ago, shortly after which the family moved to near Buffalo. 
Family: F100
 
34 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
Sarah Ida Hunt, daughter of Mrs. Judson Keech of Homestead Avenue, was married to Andrew W. Denham, also of this place, June 12, Rev. J.F. Miller officiating. 
Family: F158
 
35 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
SHEAKLEY-COTTON - At the bride's home, Linesville, May 8, 1894, by Rev. C.L. Shipman, Lee R. Sheakley and Miss Vida Cotton, both of this place. 
Family: F625
 
36 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
SIGLER-MILLER - At the home of the bride's mother, Linesville, June 21, 1894, by Rev. M. . Hewett, Theo. Sigler and M. Arvilla Miller. 
Family: F429
 
37 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
The marriage of Miss Grace Lindsley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F (piece of article cut off) Lindsley, of Harmonsburg, to Howard H. Dennison, occurred at (cut off) o'clock June 4, 1914, at the home of the bride's parents in Harmonsburg, the ceremony being performed by Rev. W.O. Calhoun, using double ring service. The bride is well known and has a host of friends who will extend congratulations for a long and happy married life. The groom is a graduate of Allegheny College and is at present superintendent of schools of Edinboro. After a short wedding trip they will take up their residence in Edinboro. 
Family: F689
 
38 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
WYATT-BENEDICT - At Meadville, June 13, 1894, by Rev. Ginader, W.G. Wyatt, of South Shenango, and Miss A. M. Benedict, of Espyville Station. 
Family: F593
 
39 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
June 18th, at 9 o'clock, Miss Mildred L. Bodemer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bodemer, 513 Hazel Street, Wickliffe, Ohio, became the bride of Len S. Wheeler, son of Mrs. Louisa Wheeler of this place.

The Rev. Paul M. Cell, pastor of the Erieside Gospel Church in Willowick, performed the ceremony at his Willowick home.

The bride wore a pearly gray suit with blue accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds and baby breath.

Her only attendant, Miss Marion Wheeler of Youngstown, the bridegroom's niece, chose a blue suit with red accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds and baby breath.

Clayton Bodemer, the bride's brother, was best man.

A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents at non, to members of the immediate families. A bouquet of summer flowers and a tiered wedding cake decorated the bridal table.

After a motor trip through Washington, DC, and the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia, the couple will reside in Linesville, Pa.

The bride graduated from Wickliffe High School in 1933 and the bridegroom from Linesville High. He is film projectionist at Park and Academy Theatres in Meadville, Pa.

Mrs. Gladys Wheeler, Mrs. Helen Burnett and son of Youngstown, Ohio, and Glen Fraenke of Columbus, Ohio, attended the wedding. 
Family: F183
 
40 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      GRIFFING-McMILLEN
A very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. McMillen, in Conneaut township, Wednesday afternoon, October 2, 1895, at which time their daughter Nellie was married to Mr. J. Clayton Griffing.
      Promptly at 2:30 the contracting parties entered the room, accompanied by Mr. Clare Kent as best man, and Miss Marion Irvin, of Meadville as bridesmaid, Prof. Hugh Frey playing the wedding march.
      After the simple marriage service, at which Rev. O.R. Washburn of the Universalist church, officiated, a well served four-course dinner was partaken of by the fifty invited guests present.
      The bride was becomingly dressed in white Swiss trimmed with French lace the floral decorations were well chosen and arranged, and the presents were numerous, many being sent by friends in Erie, McKeesport, and the surrounding towns, who were unable to be present. H.C. King and wife and Fenton King and wife, of Springboro, were among the guests present.
      The bride and groom departed on the south-bound train that afternoon for a short trip. They will reside in nicely arranged apartments in the brick formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Cram. 
Family: F245
 
41 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      BENNETT-LOUDAN - At the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. G.R. Hume, Woodcock, by Rev. H.D. Todd, Mr. Alfred B. Bennett and Miss Jennie Loudan, both of Linesville. 
Family: F607
 
42 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      BROWN-SHELLITO - At Jamestown, N.Y., Nov. 8, 1889, by Rev. D.L. McCray, Mr. L.D. Brown, of this place, and Miss Clara, daughter of Mr. G.W. Shellito, of North Shenango.
      The HERALD extends congratulations and (missing) . . . 
Family: F458
 
43 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      Cards announcing the marriage of Miss Jennie O. Smith to Robert W. Lee Nov. 25, 1914, have been received by Linesville friends of the bride and groom. The marriage ceremony took place at the ME parsonage, Linesville, Rev. WO Calhoun, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Lee will be at home after Nov. 26, at 10808 Sprague Drive, Cleveland, O.
      The bride is highly esteemed by a host of friends in this vicinity. For several years she had been a faithful and efficient operator of the telephone central at this place. The groom is well and favorably known here and is now associated with a brother in the electrical business in Cleveland. 
Family: F233
 
44 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      Dr. and Mrs. Homer C. Sturdevant, of Conneaut Street, Linesville, will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary at their home Sunday, June 5.
      A few relatives and friends will be invited to the home in the afternoon.
      Both natives of Albion, they were married at that community on June 5, 1893.
      Both had graduated in the same class at Albion High School. They went to Linesville in 1896 where Dr. Sturdevant has engaged in the practice of dentistry ever since. Mrs. Sturdevant is the former Ada Salsbury.
      He is a graduate of Philadelphia Dental College in the Class of 1893.
      The Sturdevants have two children: Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas, Akron, Ohio, and Dr. Carl A. Sturdevant, 404 Hamilton Ave., Meadville. A daughter, Fausta, died 56 years ago. 
Family: F403
 
45 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      POTTOFF-DAVIS - At the resident of Mr. WJ Davis, father of the bride, Pine township, August 28, 1904, by Rev. LL Lewis, Mr. SW Pottoff, of Dayton, O., and Miss Sadie E. Davis.
      A very pleasant event occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Davis Sunday morning when their only daughter, Sadie E., was united in marriage to Mr. Sherman W. Potterf, of Dayton, O. At 10:30 they entered the room to the strains of the wedding march played by Mr FH Smith of Ashtabula, O., and took their places under an arch of evergreens decorated with many beautiful flowers, where they were united in marriage by Rev LL Lewis of the Universalist church.
      The bride was beautifully and becomingly dressed in white taffeta silk. She is well-known and accomplished young lady of this place, while the groom is a well-known business man of Dayton, O.
      Among the invited guests from abroad were Mrs. Blanchard, of Pulman, Mich., Mr FH Smith of Ashtabula, O., and Mrs. Olive Smith, of Phoenix.
      On Monday evening a reception was given in honor of the little couple. About 70 of the bride's most intimate friends gathered in honor of the occasion and a large number of beautiful and useful presents were left as tokens of friendship.
      They left on September 2 for their future home in Dayton where the best wishes of their many friends go with them. 
Family: F463
 
46 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
DAVIS - VAN WINKLE: At the residence of the bride's parents in Conneaut Township, Pa., November 25, 1884, by Rev. CT Jack, Mr. Alton J. Davis, of this place, and Miss Bertie M. Van Winkle. 
Family: F575
 
47 From the Garwood Scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
      At Porto Rico, November 11, 1930, Miss Carol Davidson, of Jenkinstown, suburb of Philadelphia, was married to Clare Thomas, teacher in Art Department, Porto Rico University.
      The groom is a son of Joseph G. Thomas of this place.
      The contracting parties in school days met at Edinboro State Normal school. 
Family: F340
 
48 From the June 23, 1886 issue of The Linesville Herald, page 3, column 4:

WELCH - LAWSON - At the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. GC Schanck, in Linesville, June 17th, 1886, by Rev. C. T. Jack, Mr. James Welch, of Espyville, and Miss Belle Lawson, of Linesville. 
Family: F23
 
49 From the June 23, 1886 issue of the Linesville Herald:
PROUTY - DENNIS - In Conneautville, June 13th, 1886, by Rev. RC Smith, Mr. James Prouty and Miss Elda Dennis, both of Pine tp. 
Family: F617
 
50 From the Linesville Herald and Independent, February 17, 1886, page 4, column 1:
     "One of the most enjoyable social gatherings of the season came off last Saturday, Feb. 13. A party of about fifty of the relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ladner, took possession of their residence with the intention of reminding them that the above date was the thirty-fourth anniversary of their wedding day. Mr. and Mrs. Ladner had been kept entirely in the dark in regard to the affair, and never were a couple more completely surprised; a fact which added very much to the pleasure of the occasion. To the children of the family was mainly due this pleasant feature of the party. After a couple of hours spent in social conversation the worthy pair were marched into the dining room and presented with a fine decorated China dinner set, consisting of eighty-nine pieces - a present from their children. Mr. C.B. Brooks made a few appropriate remarks which were feelingly and gracefully responded to by the recipients. Other relatives and friends contributed a handsome eight-day clock and several other elegant and serviceable articles. Immediately after the presentation the tables were spread with a rich and varied array of eatables of which all present partook with an appetite worthy of the repast. The remainder of the evening was pleasantly spent with music,singing, etc., and at a late hour the party broke up, having had a general good time which will long be remembered by all attending. 
Family: F200
 

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