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Friday, January 08, 2016

Jim Elliott

He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose. - Jim Elliot, 1949




Jim Elliott
Born as Philip James Elliott on 10/8/1927 to Fred and Clara Elliott. He and his siblings grew up in a Christian home and he professed his faith in Jesus at the age of 6 years old. He learned oratory skills in high school and used his oratory skills to defend his Christian beliefs and witness to others about salvation through Jesus Christ. In 1945 he entered Wheaton College, a private Christian college in Illinois. He saw his time there as an opportunity to grow spiritually, develop discipline, and prepare for future missions work. He selected his activities with these goals in mind. Believing in the value of physical conditioning, he joined the wrestling team during his first year, even though some considered it unnecessary and even ungodly. The following year, he refused a staff position within the college that would have given him a free year of tuition but also a significant time commitment and what he considered foolish responsibilities. He was not even fully convinced of the value of his studies, considering subjects like philosophy, politics, and culture to be distractions to one attempting to follow God. He went on several extended missionary trips during his years at Wheaton. He graduated in 1949. Everything he did after college was to prepare himself for foreign missions. He and some friends moved to Ecuador in 1952 to work with and evangelize the Quichua Indians. While there he married Elisabeth Howard and they had their only child, Valerie, in 1955. He and four other missionaries, Ed McCully, Roger Youderian, Pete Fleming, and their pilot, Nate Saint, made contact with the violent Huaorani Indian tribe (which were known at the time as the Aucas) from their airplane using a loudspeaker and a basket to pass down gifts. Historically, every encounter with the Huaorani had ended in death, from the sixteenth-century conquistadors to seventeenth-century Jesuits to nineteenth-century gold and rubber hunters. Toward the end of 1955, the oil companies were closing in on Huaorani territory, an area of about 2,500 square miles. This tribe of unknown size and location was seen to be an irritant to development. Not only had they killed oil company employees who ventured into their territory, but they had even lain in ambush outside the big oil camps and killed unsuspecting employees right outside their own quarters. After several months and 13 gift drops, the men decided to build a base a short distance from the Indian village, along the Curaray River. There they were approached one time by a small group of Huaorani Indians and even gave an airplane ride to one curious Huaorani whom they called "George" (his real name was Naenkiwi). Encouraged by these friendly encounters, they began plans to visit the Huaorani,without knowing that George had lied to the others about the missionaries' intentions. The missionaries radiod to their wives that they intended to make efforts to enter the village and they would radio back at 4:30pm. Their plans were preempted by the arrival of a larger group of 10 Huaorani warriors, who killed Elliot and his four companions in a sudden and brutal attack on January 8, 1956. The missionaries had vowed to one another before God that they would not defend themselves against human attack, even in the face of death. According to the Indians later, the men did not try to fight back. There were warning shots fired by the men and one tried to make it to the plane to radio for help. But they were overcome and martyred. When they missed their checkin the worried wives asked for help. Planes flew over the base camp and saw the signs of attack. Four days later a weary but tense ground party made up of missionaries, Quechua Indians, and military personnel found the other bodies, identifiable only by their watches, rings, and other personal effects. Elliot's mutilated body was found downstream, along with those of the other men, except that of Ed McCully. Their bodies had been brutally pierced with spears and hacked by machetes. All of the plane's fabric had been ripped off as if they had tried to kill the plane. Nate Saint's watch had stopped a 3:12 p.m. Photos developed from film found in Nate's camera at the bottom of the river and a diary fished out of his pocket gave the only record of their last days.


One of the photos found in the camera.


Widows hear the news of their husband's deaths.

Elliot and his friends became instantly known worldwide as martyrs, and Life Magazine published a 10-page article on their mission and death. They are credited with sparking an interest in Christian missions among the American youths of their time, and are still considered an encouragement to Christian missionaries working throughout the world.

After their deaths, there were many conversions to Christianity among the other Indian tribes of Ecuador. Later, Elisabeth Elliot and her daughter Valerie moved to work in the Auca Indian village. They were joined by Rachel Saint (Nate's sister) who also felt a burden to take the Gospel to those who had killed her brother. Their example of forgiveness and love for the ones who murdered their family members allowed them to have amazing success with the once murderous Indians. Many Aucas now live for Christ and are busy sharing the Gospel with others. Nate's son, spent a lot of time with his Aunt Rachel with these Indians. In an unbelievable expression of reconciliation, Steve Saint, Nate’s son, was baptized by two of the men who murdered his father, in the very river where his father died. Steve Saint has worked as a missionary in West Africa, Central America and South America. At the request of the Waodani elders, he returned to the Amazon in 1995 along with his wife and children.

Elisabeth Elliott, had her own ministry as a Christian author, speaker and had a radio program (Gateway to Joy) in her later years.

Ed McCully, Pete Fleming and Jim Elliott


Nate Saint and his family


Roger Youderian and his family


Kathy Saint being baptized by Indians from the tribe that killed her father.

http://www.atanycost.org/DidTheyHaveToDie.htm
Another source was Wikipedia

Wednesday, January 06, 2016

William Albert Conner and Elizabeth Dalton


Conner Genealogy

William Albert Conner and Elizabeth Dalton are my fifth great grandfather. William Albert Conner was born about 1796 in Bills Creek, Rutherford County, NC. I don't know who are his parents right now.



William Albert Conner married Elizabeth Dalton. Elizabeth Dalton was born about 1796 in NC. I don't know who her parents are right now.

William Albert Conner and Elizabeth Dalton had 5 children that I'm aware of:

1) Isaac Jackson Conner (DOB 1817-1820 in Rutherford County, NC; DOD After 1871 in Rutherford County, NC) married Adaline Thomason (DOB 1816-1826 in Rutherford County, NC; DOD After 1870 in Rutherford County, NC). They had James Conner, Erwin McCoy Conner, Joseph Washington Conner, Thomas Conner, Martha Conner Wilson, William M. Conner, Emily Conner and Ursilla Lucilla Conner Wilson.

2) Martha "Patsy" Conner (DOB About 1826 in Bills Creek, Rutherford County, NC; DOD After 1880, Chimney Rock, Rutherford County, NC) married Marcus Rollin Crawford (DOB 1820-1822 in Rutherford County, NC; DOD After 1870 in Chimney Rock, Rutherford County, NC). They had Louisa Ida Jane Crawford (Joshua Ledbetter Grant), Felix M. Crawford (Sarah Elvira Halford), James Crawford, John C. Crawford (Almira Jestine Dalton), Rachel Manerva Crawford (Gilbert Pinckney Conner), Mary Martha Marannas Crawford (aka Polly Crawford)(Rev. Jonathon "John" M. Hall), Rhoda Malinda Crawford (Moses James Hall).

3) Sarah Alta Conner (DOB About 1833 in Bills Creek, Rutherford County, NC; DOD After 1910 in Rutherford County, NC) married 1st Noah Wesley Dalton (DOB About 1832 in Bills Creek, Rutherford County, NC; DOD 12/24/1863 in Camp Douglas, Cook County, IL) and 2nd James Wilson (DOB About 1808 in NC; DOD ? in ? ). They had Whitington Wilson, Lewis Wilson, Elvira Wilson, William Wilson, Myra Wilson, Elizabeth Wilson, Jane Wilson, Manerva Wilson, Mary C. Wilson, Simon Wilson.

4) Johnathon Conner (DOB 2/14/1834 in Bills Creek, Rutherford County, NC; DOD 3/28/1906 in Henderson County, NC) married Nancy Adaline Griggs (DOB 7/10/1838 in NC; DOD 2/26/1935 in Edneyville, Henderson County, NC). They had Marcus Alexander Conner (Harriet "Hattie" L. Unknown), Martha Elizabeth Jane Conner (Flavius Josephus Huntley), Joseph Grayson Conner (Emma Oland Casey), William Albert Conner (Ursilla Drucilla "Silla" Hill), Elizabeth Ann Jane Connor (John N. Hill and Flavius Josephus Huntley).

5) William Albert Conner, Jr. (DOB About 1838 in Bills Creek, Rutherford County, NC; DOD 3/4/1893 in Bat Cave, Henderson County, NC) married Elizabeth Harriet William (DOB 3/30/1836 in Henderson County, NC; DOD 10/23/1911 in Bat Cave, Henderson County, NC). They had George Washington "General" Conner (Naomi "Oma" Caroline Sawyer and Susan Alice Wilkie), Laura E. Connor (John William Wilson), Alice May Connor (John William Wilson), Cynthia Susan Luella "Ella" Conner (Columbus "Lum" Oates), Marcus "Mark" Napoleon "Ian" Connor (Harriet "Hattie" Adeline Barnwell), William "Will" Mitchell Connor (Sarah Alza Leah Wilson and Mary Ann Virginia "Jenny" Freeman), Jeanette Vernetta "Nettie" Bessie Connor (Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Huntley), Mary "Mollie" Jane Connor (John Moton Freeman, Sr.), Samuel Rutledge Connor (Hattie Lillie Huntley), Thomas "Tom" Burgin Connor (Lillian Mariah Morrow), Jerome Conner, Naomi "Oma" Connor (Merritt Gaston), Hattie T. Connor (Steven Gaston Freeman).

1830 U.S. Census of Rutherford County, North Carolina, Series: M19; Roll: 124; Page: 447; Family History Library Film: 0018090, "William Conners" (sic)
Name: William Conners
[William Croner]
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Rutherford, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 2 (Isaac Jackson Conner would have been 3-13 yrs old.)
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2 (? ?)
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1 (William Albert Conner would have been 34 yrs old)
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 (Martha Patsy Conner would have been 4 yrs old)
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1 (Elizabeth Dalton Conner would have been 35 yrs old)
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 7

1840 U.S. Census of West of North Fork, Burke County, North Carolina; Roll: 355; Page: 345; Image: 700; Family History Library Film: 0018092, Line 16, "Wm Conner"
Ross Massey
Jas Bright
Cornelius Welch
Wm Morris
Jas C. Dawson
Jas Berryman
Sarah Bright
Jas M. Gibson
Mary Bell
Henry Bell
Jno Arrowood
Jno Woodey

Wm Conner
Name: Wm Conner
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): West of North Fork, Burke, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1 (William Albert Conner would have been 44 yrs old)
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1 (Elizabeth Dalton Conner would have been 44 yrs old)
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 8

Jas H. Ferney
Jno J. Falconer
B.M. Bracket

Isaac Conner
Name: Isaac Conner
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): West of North Fork, Burke, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 2
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 2
Free White Persons - Under 20: 8
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 10
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 10
Wm Conner
Name: Wm Conner
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): West of North Fork, Burke, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 8

Wesley Barnet
Jno Sping
M.S. Perkins
Thos Meschell
Levi Perkins
Jess Abbott
Marthy Brucket
Jos Brucket
Bastury Brucket


1850 U.S. Census of Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina; Roll: M432_644; Page: 329B; Image: 205, Dwelling 1414 and 1415 and 1416 and 1419 and 1420, Family 1462 and 1463 and 1464 and 1667 and 1668, "Jackson Canner" and "Isaac Cornor" and "William Conner" (sic, it is Jackson Conner, Isaac Conner and William Conner), "Marcus Crawford", "Margaret Conner"
Jackson Cannor, 30 yrs old (DOB 1820), M(ale), W(hite), Labor, Real Estate Value $50, Born in NC
Adaline Cannor, 31 yrs old (DOB 1819), F, W, Born in NC
James Cannor, 15 yrs old DOB 1835), M, W, Born in NC, Attends school
Ervin Cannor, 10 yrs old (DOB 1840), M, W, Born in NC, Attends School
Joseph Cannor, 7 yrs old (DOB 1843), M, W, Born in NC
Thomas Cannor, 3 yrs old (DOB 1847), M, W, Born in NC
Martha Cannor, 1 yrs old (DOB 1849), F, W, Born in NC
Nancy Thomason, 65 yrs old (DOB 1785), F, W, Born in NC
Isaac Cannor, 49 yrs old (DOB 1801), M, W, Farmer, $100 Real Estate Value, Born in NC
Rosana Cannor, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805), F, W, Born in NC
Susannah Cannor, 17 yrs old (DOB 1833), F, W, Born in NC, Attends School
Cyntha Cannor, 14 yrs old (DOB 1836), F, W, Born in NC, Attends school
Samuel Cannor, 12 yrs old (DOB 1838), M, W, Born in NC, Attends school
William Cannor, 10 yrs old (DOB 1840), M, W, Born in NC, Attends school
Sophiar Cannor, 6 yrs old (DOB 1844), F, W, Born in NC
Calvin Cannor, 4 yrs old (DOB 1846), M, W, Born in NC
William Canner, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M, W, Farmer, $100 Real Estate Value, Born in NC
Elizabeth Conner, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), F, W, Born in NC
Atta Conner, 17 yrs old (DOB 1833), F, W, Born in NC
Johnathon Conner, M, W, Born in NC
Albert Conner, 12 yrs old (DOB 1838), M, W, Born in NC
Marcus Crawford, 28 yrs old (DOB 1822), M(ale), W(hite), House carpenter, Born in NC
Martha Crawford, 25 yrs old (DOB 1825), F, W, Born in NC
Louisa Crawford, 4/12 mos old (DOB 1850), F, W, Born in NC
William Crawford, 12 yrs old (DOB 1838), M, W, Born in NC
Margaret Connor (sic), 30 yrs old (DOB 1820), F, W, Head, Born in NC


1860 U.S. Census of Buffalo, Rutherford County, North Carolina; Roll: M653_913; Page: 371; Image: 192; Family History Library Film: 803913, Family 1392, Lines 23-25, "Wm Conner"
Wm Conner, 64 yrs old (DOB 1796), M(ale), W(hite), Day laborer, $0 Real estate value, $0 Personal estate value, Born in NC Elizabeth Conner, 64 yrs old (DOB 1796), F, W, Born in NC
Albert Conner, 22 yrs old (DOB 1838), M, W, Born in NC
Noah and Alto Dalton


1870 U.S. Census of Chimney Rock, Rutherford County, North Carolina; Roll: M593_1159; Page: 16B; Image: 36; Family History Library Film: 552658, Family 26, Lines 7-16, "Marcus Crofford" (sic, Marcus Crawford)
Marcus Crofford, 50 yrs old (DOB 1820), M(ale), W(hite), Farming, $500 Real estate value, $250 Personal estate value, Born in NC, Cannot read or write
Martha Crofford, 45 yrs old (DOB 1825), F, W, Keeping house, Bron in NC, Cannot read or write
Loiza Crofford (sic), 20 yrs old (DOB 1850), F, W, At home, Born in NC, Can read, Cannot write
Felix M. Crofford, 19 yrs old (DOB 1851), M, W, Working on farm, Born in NC, Can read, Cannot write
James Crofford, 15 yrs old (DOB 1855), M, W, Farming, Born in NC, Cannot read or write
John Crofford, 13 yrs old (DOB 1857), M, W, At home, Born in NC, Cannot read or write
Manerva Crofford, 11 yrs old (DOB 1859), M (sic), W, At home, Born in NC
Mary Crofford, 7 yrs old (DOB 1863), M (sic), W, At home, Born in NC
Rhody M. Crofford, 3 yrs old (DOB 1867), M (sic), W, Born in NC
William Conner, 71 yrs old (DOB 1799), M, W, Farming, Born in NC, Cannot read or write


FindAGrave.com
William Albert Conner
Birth: 1796, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Death: unknown, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
William Albert Conner's grave cannot be pictured, but is located in the center of the graveyard where the field stones have been removed. His and Elizabeth's first daughter, Margaret, was born around 1820, so it is assumed that they were married before that time. His death was after 1860.
Family links:
Parents: James Conner
Spouse: Elizabeth Dalton Conner (1796 - 1862)
Children:
Martha Conner Crawford (1826 - ____)* Isaac JACKSON Conner (1828 - ____)*
Burial: Bills Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA Created by: Donna Hemphill Robbins Record added: Aug 08, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 40424349

Elizabeth Dalton Conner
Birth: 1796, USA
Death: Jan. 11, 1862, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Born around 1796.
Family links: Spouse: William Albert Conner (1796 - ____)
Children:
Martha Conner Crawford (1826 - ____)
Isaac JACKSON Conner (1828 - ____)
Burial: Bills Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Created by: Donna Hemphill Robbins
Record added: Aug 08, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40439421











Isaac Jackson Conner
Birth: 1828, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Death: unknown, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Jackson's grave cannot be found exactly, but is located in the center of the graveyard, where the unmarked stones have been removed.
Family links:
Parents:
William Albert Conner (1796 - ____)
Elizabeth Dalton Conner (1796 - 1862)
Spouse:
Adaline Thomason Conner
Children:
Joseph Washington Conner (1845 - 1917)
Martha Conner Wilson (1849 - 1918)
Burial: Bills Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Created by: Donna Hemphill Robbins
Record added: Aug 08, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40424343


William Albert Conner
Birth: 1796, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Death: unknown, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
William Albert Conner's grave cannot be pictured, but is located in the center of the graveyard where the field stones have been removed. His and Elizabeth's first daughter, Margaret, was born around 1820, so it is assumed that they were married before that time. His death was after 1860.
Family links:
Parents: James Conner
Spouse: Elizabeth Dalton Conner (1796 - 1862)
Children:
Martha Conner Crawford (1826 - ____)*
Isaac JACKSON Conner (1828 - ____)*
Burial: Bills Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bills Creek, Rutherford County, North Carolina, USA
Created by: Donna Hemphill Robbins
Record added: Aug 08, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40424349


Martha Conner Crawford
Birth: 1826
Death: unknown
d/o William Conner, Elizabeth Dalton
w/o Marcus Crawford, m. 26 Mar 1849 in Rutherford, North Carolina
Last found June 1880 living with husband and 2 daughters in Chimney Rock, Rutherford, North Carolina
Daughter, Martha Polly (Crawford) Hall (1862-1923) @ Find A Grave Memorial # 12391668
Daughter, Rhoda M (Crawford) Hall (1866-1921) @ Find A Grave Memorial # 43086743
Family links:
Parents:
William Albert Conner (1796 - ____)
Elizabeth Dalton Conner (1796 - 1862)
Spouse: Marcus Rollin Crawford (1822 - ____)
Children:
Felix M Crawford (1852 - 1924)
John C Crawford (1857 - 1941)
Siblings:
William Albert Conner (1825 - 1893)
Isaac JACKSON Conner (1828 - ____)
Burial: Unknown
Created by: KindredWhispers
Record added: Aug 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57851322


Jonathon Conner
Birth: Feb. 14, 1834
Death: Mar. 28, 1906
Family links: Spouse: Nancy Adaline Griggs Conner (1838 - 1935)
Children: Liza Ann Conner Hill (1865 - 1963)
Burial: Conner Cemetery, Bat Cave, Henderson County, North Carolina, USA
Created by: Rebecca
Record added: May 19, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7461634






Christmas 2015

Christmas Eve at Stan's mother's home. Peggy has hosted Christmas Eve for the family all our 38 years of marriage. Her home is getting a little small for all the family. We're outgrowing it! LOL!





Great Uncle Stan with our grandnephew, Will.





My sister, Elaine, is talking to her daughter, Jenny, in California. Jenny, Kyle and their 3 children are an Air Force family and he's stationed in California. We miss them so much but whenever we all get together, we facetime, Skype or call via cellphone.





Kenny and his middle son, Aaron.



Kenny and Anna's eldest son, Evans, and their youngest son, Logan.



Our grandniece, Savannah, took these photos. Here I am from her viewpoint using my camera.





Stan's youngest sister, Angie.





Evans' wife, Chelsea.





Aaron



Hannah, Luke's wife and mother of Savannah and Will.





Luke, Hannah and Will



Kenny holding his grandson, Cash.



Peggy is talking to Jenny, her granddaughter. Great Aunt Kathi with her grandniece, Savannah.



Anna with her grandson, Cash.



Stan with another grandniece, Reagan.



Stan talking to Jenny on the cell phone.



Anna and Cash







Will, Cash and Savannah as they open their gifts.





Kenny, Anna and Savannah opening gifts.













Chelsea helping her son, Cash, open gifts.







Reagan opening her gifts



















Kenny and his youngest son, Logan.



Savannah loves having her picture taken. She loves to make faces too. So I bribed her. I told her if she would let me take a sweet picture, then I would take a picture of one of her faces. That way I got both!



















Ronnie and his sister, Kathi, and her husband, Eddie.









Logan, Dustin, Katie, Chelsea and Reagan.






Christmas brunch with my family at Elaine and Ronnie's home. It was warm enough we were able to enjoy sitting on the screened in porch.



Mom holding one of Elaine's dogs.



Our nephew, Lee. Melinda and Mike's son.



Elaine holding one of her dogs.







Me



Elaine's husband, Ronnie.











My youngest sister, Melinda.











Melinda playing with Elaine's hair.





My Daddy



Facetiming with our niece, Jenny, and her family in California.

















Hannah, Luke's wife, mother of Savannah and Will.









Mom and her younger brother, Uncle Glenn.





Melinda's husband, Mike. Lee's father.



















Luke and Hannah's daughter, Savannah. Elaine and Ronnie's granddaughter, our grandniece.













Uncle Glenn's wife, Aunt Janis.





Luke and Hannah's son, Will. Elaine and Ronnie's grandson, our grandnephew.









Our nephew, Luke. Elaine and Ronnie's son.

































Ronnie and Elaine's dog, Trouble. A beautiful cream Pomeranian.






































Here are the digital scrapbook pages I made of our Christmas this year.


















































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