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Robert Banks (c.1699 - c.1748)

Family tree , RootsWeb

8/25/2016 8/26/2016

Piers Legh, IV, Esq. MP (c.1433 - 1468)

"Peter Leigh"

' Peter Legh1 'M, d. 1468 Father Sir Peter Legh d. 1478 Mother Margaret Molyneux b. c 1418 ' Peter Legh was born at of Haydock, Lancashire, England.1 He married Mabell Croft, daughter of Sir Ja...

6/25/2007 8/25/2016

Lettice Legh (1663 - d.)

"Lettice Banks", "Lettice Fleetwood"

Lettice, eldest daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Legh, born 1663; married, first, 1687, William Banks of Winstanley; secondly, Thomas Fleetwood of Bank, Lancashire. The house of Lyme from its foun...

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Peter Legh (1623 - 1641)

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Legh Banks, MP (c.1666 - 1703)

Constituency Dates NEWTON 1695 - 1698 Family and Education bap. 30 Aug 1666, 4th s. of William Banks I† of Winstanley, nr. Wigan, Lancs. by Frances, da. and event. h. of Peter Legh of Burc...

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Anne Legh (Birkenhead) (b. - c.1688)

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Peter Legh (b. - c.1639)

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Peter Legh, MP (b. - c.1641)

9. Sir Peter Legh IX of Lyme, succeeded his grandfather. Born c. 1563, High Sheriff of Cheshire 1595, MP for Cheshire, knighted at Greenwich 2 Jul 1598, died Lyme 17 Feb 1635 (Julian Calendar), buried ...

8/21/2016 8/24/2016

Piers Legh, MP (c.1661 - c.1685)

10. Peter Legh of Bruche in Lancashire, fourth son, MP for Newton in Lancashire, buried Warrington 18 Dec 1641 + 1st wife Frances, dau of Edward Bellot of Great Moreton near Congleton 11. Peter Le...

7/15/2016 8/24/2016

Piers Legh, MP (c.1631 - 1671)

10. Peter Legh of Bruche in Lancashire, fourth son, MP for Newton in Lancashire, buried Warrington 18 Dec 1641 + 1st wife Frances, dau of Edward Bellot of Great Moreton near Congleton 11. Peter Le...

8/11/2013 8/24/2016

Thomas Legh (c.1639 - 1659)

10. Peter Legh of Bruche in Lancashire, fourth son, MP for Newton in Lancashire, buried Warrington 18 Dec 1641 + 1st wife Frances, dau of Edward Bellot of Great Moreton near Congleton 11. Peter Le...

8/24/2016 8/24/2016

Richard de Legh MP (1220 - d.)

"Richard de Leigh", "Richard de Legh", "Richard Legh"

Additional Curator's Note: Depending on the source used, the surname may be spelled de Leigh or de Legh. For the sake of consistency, unless I have a primary source to indicate other spelling, I am u...

11/18/2007 8/23/2016

John de Legh, of Norbury Booths MP (c.1282 - 1324)

"John Leigh"

Additional Curator's Note THIS John Leigh is the founder of the Leigh of Booths line. According to which source you read, his surname may be spelled Leigh or Legh (by this time, his line was not usin...

2/16/2007 8/23/2016

Robert Legh, of Adlington MP (c.1308 - 1370)

"Robert Leigh", "Robert of Adlington"

The Leghs of Adlington began with the first Legh of Adlington, Robert de Legh, a descendant of Gilbert de Venables, who had come to Britain in the time of William the Conqueror. He was a Riding-Foreste...

11/18/2007 8/23/2016

Sir Piers de Legh, of Lyme MP (c.1320 - 1399)

Sir Piers de Legh of Lyme 'The house of Lyme from its foundation to the end of the eighteenth century (1917) ' The House of Lyme has its origin in the person of Peter or Piers — afterw...

10/26/2008 8/23/2016

Piers Legh, III MP (1415 - 1478)

"Peter de Leigh", "Peter de Legh"

Piers LEGH, III @ find a grave -------------------------------- 'Pedigrees Made at the Visitation of Cheshire, 1613 (1879) CHART S'r Piers Leighe of [Lyme] Ha[n]dley barronett slayn at Ag...

6/25/2007 8/23/2016

Sir Piers Legh, of Lyme MP (c.1455 - 1527)

Peter Legh (Leigh), V, Knight @ find a grave ------------------------------------------- Sir Peter Legh, Steward of Blackburnshire, Tottington, Rochdale, & Clitheroe was born circa 1455 at of Lyme,...

6/25/2007 8/23/2016

Sir Piers Legh VII (died 6 December 1589), the builder of Lyme Hall, was knighted at Leith in 1544.[2] He was buried at Winwick.[1] He was also High Sheriff of Lancashire in 1550.

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Peter Legh, MP (1669 - c.1744)

Family and Education b. 22 Aug. 1669, 1st s. of Richard Legh, and bro. of Thomas Legh†. educ. G. Inn, entered 1673. m. lic. 21 Dec. 1686, Frances (d. 8 Feb. 1728), da. of Piers Legh of Bruche, P...

8/11/2013 8/23/2016

Rev Dr George Radcliffe (1770 - 1849)

Find A Grave

8/11/2016 8/11/2016

Cotton Abbots ... George Leycester, Esq. conveyed it to the late Thomas Brock, Esq. by whose settlements, and the will of his brother Richard, then Rector of Davenham , the manor has passed...

12/16/2015 8/8/2016

Richard Brock Yates (c.1780 - c.1791)

England Births and Christenings : Name Richard Brock Yates Gender Male Christening Date 04 Dec 1780 Christening Place St. Andrew, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Father's Name John Yate...

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Mary Yates (Brock) (1738 - 1807)

England Births and Christenings : Name Mary Brock Gender Female Christening Date 05 May 1738 Christening Place Davenham, Cheshire, England Birth Date 03 May 1738 Father's Name Richd...

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Thomas Brock Yates, esq. (c.1779 - 1845)

Thomas Brock Yates, Esq. Feb. 16. At his residence in Euston-square, in the 65th year of his age, Thomas Brock Yates, esq. proprietor of the manor and township of Preston-on-the-hill, Cheshire. ...

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Rev William Brock (c.1735 - d.)

England, Cheshire Parish Registers Name Wm Brock Event Type Christening Event Date 21 Feb 1735 Event Place , Davenham, Cheshire, England Gender Male Father's Name Richd Brock Moth...

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England Births and Christenings : Name Eliz. Brock Gender Female Christening Date 17 Mar 1730 Christening Place Davenham, Cheshire, England Birth Date 10 Mar 1730 Father's Name Rich...

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Thomas Brock, esq. (1739 - 1785)

Thomas Brock was the brother-in-law of John Wood the Younger and the man whose name was given to the street connecting the Circus and the Crescent. John Wood the Younger married Elizabeth Brock, the da...

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William "Willie" Dod (1867 - 1954)

After the outbreak of World War I Dod enlisted in the Royal Fusiliers and served as a private in the trenches for a brief time before successfully applying for a transfer to the Royal Navy. He spent a ...

7/24/2007 8/6/2016

Charlotte "Lottie" Dod MP (1871 - 1960)

7/23/2007 8/6/2016

Rev. Zachariah Whitman MP (c.1595 - 1666)

The editor is Walt Whitman's "Specimen Days" adds this footnote: The tradition connecting Whitman's ancestry and the Rev. Zachariah Whitman who emigrated from England in 1635 is not reliable. The Rev...

7/4/2008 8/3/2016

Thomas Malbon (1630 - 1711)

Thomas MALBON was a feltmaker and alderman of Congleton, Cheshire and was Mayor in 1685/6 and again in 1694/5. In or around the year 1646, another Thomas Malbon left home and family and moved to th...

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Mary Malbon (Spencer) (c.1624 - 1705)

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Joseph Malbon (1603 - 1648)

Number 82 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Number 21 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Thomas Malbon (1275 - d.)

Number 17 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Number 15 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Number 14 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Number 13 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

3/7/2016 7/28/2016

Ralph Malbon (1435 - 1498)

Number 25 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Number 29 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

3/7/2016 7/28/2016

William Malbon (deceased)

Number 23 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Hamnett Malbon (1540 - 1613)

Number 35 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Henry Malbon (1578 - 1649)

Number 53 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

4/29/2013 7/28/2016

Nicholas Harrington (c.1367 - 1397)

The dates for Nicholas and descendants must be wrong. HARRINGTON1 Nicholas HARRINGTON Born: ABT 1367, Astbury, Cheshire, England Died: 1397 Father: Nicholas De HARRINGTON (Sir Knight) Mothe...

10/15/2007 7/27/2016

Jennet de Venables MP (c.1345 - c.1397)

"Joan Venables", "Jane de Venables", "Johanna de Venables", "Joanna de Venables"

Joan de VENABLES was born 1337 in Kinderton, Cheshire, England. Parents: Katherine de Houghton (1308-?) and Hugh de Venables (1298-1368), Baron of Kinderton. Married 1st, Roger de Fazakerley. Marri...

3/25/2008 7/27/2016

Katherine de Houghton MP (1310 - c.1368)

"Catherine De Hoghton", "Katherine /Houghton/"

2nd wife, Katherine, dau of Richard de Houghton, Lord of Houghton in Lancashire.  In addition to Hugh and Roger, shown below, this couple had Thomas de Venables, Richard de Venables, who married...

9/22/2007 7/27/2016

1st wife, Elizabeth dau of William de Modburlegh (Mobberley) who had issue William and John - Ormerod volume 3 page 198 ===================== Elizabeth de MOBBERLEY (1300-1326), daughter of Willi...

12/30/2008 7/27/2016

Hugh de Venables, 10th Baron of Kinderton MP (c.1298 - 1368)

"Sir Hugh de Venables the younger of Kinderton", "7th Baron Kinderton", "de Venables"

Sir Hugh de Venables the younger, of Kinderton, a minor in 4 Edw II (1310/11), heir to his brother William, and died 41 Edw 3 (1367/8) - George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Ch...

9/22/2007 7/27/2016

Hugh de Venables, 8th Baron Kinderton MP (c.1256 - 1311)

"Sir Hugh de Venables"

Sir Hugh de Venables, baron of Kinderton, died 4 Edw II (1310/11). Married Agatha, dau of Ralph Vernon, baron of Shipbrook, 23 Edw 1.  In addition to their two eldest sons William and Hugh the y...

2/16/2007 7/27/2016

De VERNON (Rector of Hanwell) Ralph De VERNON (Rector of Hanwell) Born: ABT 1221 Died: 1270 Notes: Rector of Hanwell, quietly set aside his vow of celibacy and made a match of it with Cecilia C...

8/3/2007 7/27/2016

Warine de Vernon, Baron of Shipbrook MP (c.1178 - c.1248)

"Warin", "Warren", "de Stockeport"

Following a request for information in profile discussions for Hugh de Vernon, these two sources were supplied today 30th April 2014:

12/17/2007 7/27/2016

Auda de Vernon MP (c.1177 - 1221)

"Aldith", "Ada", "Adena", "Adetha", "Auda Malbank"

Father William de Malbank, 5th Baron of Shipbroke, b. Abt 1150, of,Wich Malbank,Cheshire,England d. Bef 1186 Mother Lady Alda de Beauchamp, b. Bef 1156, of, ,Bedforshire,England d. Aft 1190 F...

12/17/2007 7/27/2016

William de Malbank, 3rd Baron of Wich Malbank MP (c.1125 - 1176)

"de Maldebeng", "de Melbank"

From his Wikipedia page: William Malbank (also William de Malbanc and William II de Malbank) (c. 1125 – 1176) [citation needed] was a Norman landowner who was the third Baron of Wich Malbank...

12/17/2007 7/27/2016

Ralph de Wich Malbank (1255 - 1297)

Number 16 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

5/3/2015 7/27/2016

Thomas Malbon, JP (1340 - 1407)

According to Barbara Lynch (page 46-47): ... in 1407 he was set upon by a group of men and murdered. What he had done to incite this brutal attack is unknown, but perhaps as justice of the peace he...

5/3/2015 7/27/2016

Elizabeth Malbon (Street) (c.1854 - c.1931)

Marriage registration , to William Henry Street England, Manchester, Parish Registers : Name Sampson Malbon Event Type Marriage Event Date 19 Oct 1902 Event Place St Paul, Withington, L...

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Philip Malbank (1127 - d.)

Number 6 in The Malbons: Eight Hundred Years of Family History (2005) by Barbara Lynch

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Martha Hugs (Malbon) (c.1661 - d.)

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Mary Malbon (1660 - d.)

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Thomas Malbon (1655 - 1689)

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Joseph Malbon (c.1657 - c.1727)

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Rev John Malbon (1656 - 1746)

From 1697, Curate & Teacher in Butterton, nr. Leek, Staffordshire. In 1675, young John Malbon left home to learn his trade, just as his father, the feltmaker,had done nearly thirty years before. ...

1/18/2012 7/27/2016

Elizabeth Saunders (c.1690 - 1765)

"Bracegirdle"

Residence : Feb 2 1707 - Mobberley, Cheshire, England** Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via son Samuel Dodge Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:03:02 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Ann Royle (c.1705 - d.)

"Hewitt"

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Samuel Hewitt (1744 - 1823)

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Peter Hewitt (c.1714 - d.)

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Peter Hewitt (1675 - 1715)

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Lydia Hewitt (c.1735 - d.)

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Jane Hewitt (1704 - d.)

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Esther Hewitt (c.1714 - d.)

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Elizabeth Hewitt (1702 - d.)

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Christiana Hewitt (1708 - d.)

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Thomas Bracegirdle (1581 - 1637)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father John Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : Apr 22 2015, 7:43:09 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Martha Bracegirdle (c.1680 - 1714)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother Philip Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:09:05 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Sarah Bracegirdle (1726 - d.)

Residence : Oct 16 1726 - Mobberley, Cheshire, England** Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via brother Samuel Dodge Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:03:02 UTC * Residence : Oct 16 1726 - M...

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Philip Bracegirdle (1712 - d.)

Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via brother Samuel Dodge Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:03:02 UTC * Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via mother Elizabeth Saunders by SmartCopy : A...

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Philip Bracegirdle (1685 - 1748)

Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via son Samuel Dodge Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:03:02 UTC * Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:09:05 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Nathaniel Bracegirdle (1647 - 1692)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother Ralph Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : Apr 20 2015, 12:32:46 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Mary Bracegirdle (1675 - 1675)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother Philip Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:09:05 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Margerie Bracegirdle (1578 - 1579)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father John Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : Apr 22 2015, 7:43:09 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

John Bracegirdle (1558 - 1629)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Apr 22 2015, 7:43:09 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Jane Bracegirdle (1587 - d.)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father John Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : Apr 22 2015, 7:43:09 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

John Bracegirdle (1616 - 1681)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via son Ralph Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : Apr 20 2015, 12:32:46 UTC

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

John Bracegirdle (c.1708 - 1753)

Residence : May 23 1708 - Mobberley, Cheshire, England** Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via brother Samuel Dodge Bracegirdle by SmartCopy : May 6 2015, 17:03:02 UTC * Residence : May 23 1708 - M...

7/15/2009 7/21/2016

Capt Edward Harold Brittain Casualty of the Great War, Edward served with the Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) 11th Bn. and held the MC (Military Cross) awarded in 1916 at the Battle of ...

1/14/2015 6/4/2016

George Herbert Leigh Mallory (18 June 1886 – 8/9 June 1924) was an English mountaineer who took part in the first three British expeditions to Mount Everest in the early 1920s. During British ...

2/28/2009 5/7/2016

Captain Hyde John Clarke (1777 - 1857)

"Captain Hyde John Clarke"

MailOnline article Lord Coe's shock as he discovers he is descended from a philandering Jamaican sugar baron who had sex with his slaves Clarke family of Hyde, Cheshire See more at this link "Hyd...

3/4/2012 4/15/2016

James Fulton (1883 - 1916)

In memory of Private JAMES FULTON who died on June 26, 1916 Military Service: Service Number: 447524 Force: Army Unit: Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment) Division: 14th Bn. 1st Canad...

1/12/2009 4/11/2016

George William Latimer (c.1892 - 1916)

"Billy"

LATIMER, G Rank: Private Service No: 11271 Date of Death: 27/07/1916 Age: 21 Regiment/Service: Cheshire Regiment 1st Bn. Grave Reference: VIII. G. 26. Cemetery: CATERPILLAR VALLEY CEMETERY, LONGUEVAL...

5/14/2013 4/10/2016

Rank: Second Lieutenant Date of Death: 16/07/1916 Age: 19 Regiment/Service: The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 4th Bn. Grave Reference: I. C. 18. Cemetery: LA NEUVILLE BRITISH CEMETERY, CORBIE ...

1/21/2015 4/9/2016

Stanley Saul Mottershead (c.1899 - 1916)

MOTTERSHEAD, S S Rank: Private Service No: 12594 Date of Death: 04/12/1916 Regiment/Service: Manchester Regiment 19th Bn. Grave Reference: I. E. 3. Cemetery: DOUCHY-LES-AYETTE BRITISH CEM...

10/15/2014 4/8/2016

Major William "Billy" La Touche Congreve VC, DSO, MC (12 March 1891 – 20 July 1916) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the ...

7/17/2012 4/8/2016

Frank Dodd (1891 - 1916)

DODD, FRANK Rank: Lance Serjeant Service No: W/511 Date of Death: 11/05/1916 Regiment/Service: Cheshire Regiment 13th Bn. Panel Reference: Bay 5 and 6. Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL CWGC

8/26/2008 4/8/2016

Robert Roxburgh MP (1897 - 1916)

Killed in HMS "INDEFATIGABLE" at the Battle of Jutland ROXBURGH, ROBERT Rank: Midshipman Date of Death: 31/05/1916 Age: 18 Regiment/Service: Royal Navy H.M.S. "Indefatigable." Panel Reference: 10. ...

1/25/2008 4/4/2016

John Marriott (c.1894 - 1916)

John Marriott First son of John William and Naomi Marriott, 13 Belfield Lane Firgrove, Milnrow, Rochdale killed in action 6th June 1916, he was buried by a German mine his pals dug for two days but w...

2/8/2015 3/30/2016

John Buckley, Jnr (1815 - 1869)

1820 British Settler John Buckley 5, together with his parents and 4 siblings, were members of George Smith's Party of 71 Settlers on the Settler Ship Stentor . Party originated from Lancashire, En...

2/18/2009 2/26/2016

Richard Forrester, SV/PROG (c.1785 - 1847)

1820 BRITISH SETTLER Richard Forrester 31, Wheelwright, together with his wife Mary Pitt 30, and 3 children, were members of Liversage's Party of 48 Settlers on the John . Party originated from Sta...

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