Obituaries o-h001, Clark County IL

HADDIX,  Jesse Haddix
From Clark County (IL) Herald
10 August 1904
Jesse Haddix was born May 12, 1892, and came to an untimely death by drowning in the Wabash river near Darwin on July 7, 1904, aged 12 years, 1 month and 25 days.  He leaves a father, mother, four brothers and two sisters to mourn his early departure.  The body was found six days afterward near Russellville.  The following accounts of the burial was written by Mrs. John R. Pinks, of Russellville.
As soon as word was received of the finding of the body, Mrs. Haddix, accompanied by her son, Waller, went to Flat Rock and being met by a conveyance, were taken to the home of Mr. Isaac Cannon, 9 miles east of Flat Rock, where they were joined by quite a number of sympathizing friends and went two miles to the bank of the river at the mouth of Turkey Run and there recognized the form of their dear boy, though greatly changed.  The singer, Miss Mae Douglas sang "Looking This Way."  From there they drove four miles to the Price cemetery near Russellville and at 11 o'clock p.m. we laid him away in the northwest corner of the cemetery.  At the grave Miss Mae sang "God Be With You Till We Meet Again."  The day following Mr. and Mrs. Pinkstaff took them to see the grave and to place flowers upon it.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
God in his wisdom has recalled
The boon his love had given,
And though the body molders here
The soul is safe in heaven.
The people were very kind and sypathetic to Mrs. Haddix and son and made up quite a nice donation for them at the river and did many deeds of kindness that they never can forget.  The sympathizing friends who showed such kindness will ever be held in grateful, loving remembrance.

born 24 August 1905, died 7 October 1989. Funeral held Tuesday, October 10, 1989, burial at Ridgelawn Cemetery.

born 9 April 1902, died 12 July 1978. Funeral held Friday, July 14, 1978, burial at Ridgelawn Cemetery.

HARDWAY, Herschel Albert
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
December 1965
Herschel Albert Hardway, age 80, Martinsville resident, passed away Friday, December 17, at Glen-denning Shelter Home, Martinsville.  He had been a patient there for several weeks.
Mr. Hardway was born March 6, 1885 at Martinsville, son of Joseph and Ida (Leatherman) Hardway.  He was married Dec. 25, 1906 to Cora Boyer, who preceded him in death Feb. 12, 1964.
Surviving are four sons, Kenneth of Lawrenceville, Maurice of Marshall, Theodore of New York City, Don of Detroit; one daughter, Mrs. Agatha Holsapple of Greenup; one brother, William of Charleston; also, 19 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Services were held Sunday at the Shilo Church with Rev. Herman Pendleton officiating assisted by Rev. H. J. Kemp.  Burial was in Wesley Chapel cemetery.
Greenwell Funeral Home at Martinsville handled the arrangements.

HASH, Veronica
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
From unknown paper, about 1913
Veronica, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hash, died at the home of her parents in West York Monday afternoon.  She was aged 3 years, 4 months and 14 days, having been born July 17, 1910.  She had been sick but a short time with pneumonia, and though everything possible was done to overcome the disease, it was so violent as to cause her death.  Veronica was a handsome and bright little girl, and her winning ways had endeared her in the hearts of all who knew her.  Why one so tender in years, who had but entered upon life, who reflected happiness and prompted affection, should be called without seemingly having an opportunity to fulfill her mission in life, appears to us to be out of the natural order, and beyond any complete understanding.  In their sad bereavement, the parents have the sympathy of all.  Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church here Wednesday afternoon by Rev. S. H. Givier and the remains were laid to rest in the Hutsonville cemetery.

HAWKINS, Mary Ann REDMAN and RODGERS, Minerva Ellen
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
From The Westfield Review, Thursday, 12 September 1918
Obituaries of Minerva Ellen Rodgers and Mary Ann Hawkins
Two Funerals at Rich Woods
Mrs. Minerva Ellen Rodgers, 63 years of age, widow of the last Thomas Rodgers, died at her home near Vevay Park Saturday and the funeral services were held at the Rich Woods church Monday morning and interment made in the adjoining cemetery.  Mrs. Rodgers was for many years a resident of the neighborhood east of Westfield and was well and favorably known to a large number of the people of this community.  She moved with the family to Vevay Park some years back, where she had since made her home.

Mrs. Mary Ann Hawkins, aged 78 years, widow of the late Morrison Hawkins, died Sunday at the home of her sons, W. E. Hawkins, in Parker township and the funeral services were held at the Rich Woods church on Monday afternoon and the remains laid to rest in the nearby churchyard. Mrs. Hawkins was a Redman before her marriage and has a large relationship in the Rich Woods neighborhood.

HEIMER, John Wesley
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Dolson correspondence:  This week, with sadness, we must record the death of John Wesley Heimer, who died Dec. 1, 1910, aged 43 years. He was married to Miss Alice Ross in December 1889, who died Sep. 19, 1898.  To this union no children were born. He married Miss Laura Findley Jan. 14, 1904.  To this union four children were born, one of whom died in infancy.  His wife and three small daughters survive him.  About 20 years ago he was converted at home, and soon after united with the United Brethren church at Shilo, remaining a faithful worker until a few years ago.  After the death of his first wife he transfered his membership to the Methodist Society at Dolson Chapel, where he also did faithful work for the cause he loved. About three years ago his health began to fail and for the past few months that dread disease consumption made rapid progress until he was borne to the reward of the faithful.  He will be missed by his Christian associates and by his many relatives and friends, by an only sister, but most of all by the heart-broken wife and little daughters.  Funeral services were conducted Saturday at Dolson chapel by Rev. Frank Kettring of Terre Haute, assisted by Rev. Ambler of Marshall.

HEIMER, Miss Ethel
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Miss Ethel Heimer died in an Indianapolis hospital at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon as the result of spinal injuries she sustained in a fall just two weeks earlier.
The body was brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beabout, in Martinsville, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Funeral services were conducted at the Church of God at 10 o'clock Monday morning, by Rev. A. C. Smith, the pastor.  Interment was in Ridgelawn cemetery.
Miss Heimer fell back onto the running board of an automobile as she was getting out of her own car while going to work two weeks prior to her death, producing injuries to her spine that proved fatal.  She was taken to St. Vincent's hospital where complications hastened her demise.
Those attending the funeral from Indianapolis were P. J. Craig, employer of Miss Heimer; Elizabeth Hillyer, Pauline Ballinger, and Dan Thompson.
Ethel Delia Heimer, daughter of John W. and Laura Heimer, was born near Martinsville, Illinois, August 9, 1907, and departed this life September 9, 1932, at the age of 25 years and one month.  Her father and mother have both preceded her in death, the father in 1910, and the mother in 1924.
She attended the Martinsville high school and graduated with the class of 1924.  For nine months after her mother's death she made her home with her aunt, Mrs. Edgar Beabout, of this city, but for the past six years she has lived in Indianapolis, where she held a responsible position with the Bell Telephone Co, being supervisor of the directory department at the time of her death.
She was a charter member of the Zeta Rho Sorority of Indianapolis, and held the office of corresponding secretary at her death.
Miss heimer was converted in March 1922, during a meeting held by Rev. J. L. Updegraph in the Church of God at martinsville while the late Rev. C. W. Crisman was pastor of the church.  According to those who knew her best she has been true to that faith and had shown a christian spirit in her daily walk.
On Thursday morning, September 8, complications resulting from an accident of two weeks before the death messenger came to claim her.
She leaves to mourn their loss, two sisters, Mrs. Richard Schellscmidt, of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Fred W. Kemp, of Dearborn, Michigan; one nephew; two aunts, Mrs.Edgar Beabout, of Martinsville, and Mrs. Ben Duzan of Dudle, Ill; one uncle, Frank Findley, of Paris, Ill., and her grandfather, Geo. C. Finley of Amorita, Okla. and a host of other relatives and friends.
The body was brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beabout on Sunday afternoon that services might be hed in the church where she found the lord and held her membership.
We desire to thank the neighbors and friends who so kinly extended sympathy and assistance, and the pastor for his consoling message, following the death of our niece and sister; also for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beabout,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schelischmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Kemp.

HEISER, A. Seymour
age 21 at death Parents:  Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heiser. Grandparents:  Mr. and Mrs. I. Seymour

born 28 July 1914, died 2 May 1990.   Funeral held Saturday May 5, 1990, burial at Ridgelawn Cemetery.

HENLEY, Maxine
born 19 August 1914, died 27 June 1997.  Funeral held Monday, June 30, 1997, burial at Ridgelawn Cemetery.

Submitted by Cindy McCachern
July 1987--Ada M. Hendrix, 92, of Marshall, died at 11 a.m. Friday, July 10, 1987 at her home.
Funeral services were at 11 a.m. today, Monday, at the First United Methodist Church in Marshall with the Rev. Dale Catlin officiating. Burial was in Marshall Cemetery. Pearce Funeral Home, Marshall, was in charge of arrangements.
She was born April 4, 1895 in Auburn Township, Clark County, IL to James and Lydia M. Coons Burkett. She was married May 23, 1916 in Marshall to Owen J. Hendrix. He preceded her in death.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Marshall, the WSCS of the church, taught the GLG Class at the church adn was a member of the Friendly Class. She was a member of the Clark County Home Extension, the Walter Burdick Chapter of the DAR, the Retired Teachers Association of Marshall, Clark County Historical Society, Forever Young Chorus, and a member and past-president of the Women's Club of Marshall.
Surviving are a son, Wayne of Marshall; daughters, Mrs. Virginia Challis of Chatham, Mrs. Imogene Graff of Gibson City, Mrs. Wilma Slayton of Fairbury and Mrs. Rosalee Guyer of Robinson; sister, Mrs. Alfa Morgan of Marshall; 16 grandchildred; and 21 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by four sisters and three brothers.

Submitted by Cindy McCachern
September 1972--Marshall, IL (Special)--Owen J. Hendrix, 84, died Thursday afternoon at his residence here.  Surviving are the widow, Ada; a son, Wayne, RR 3, Marshall; four daughters, Mrs. William Chattis, Chatham, IL; Mrs. Dean Graff, Gibson City, IL; Mrs. Robert Slayton, Fairbury, IL, and Mrs. Dean Guyer, Robinson, IL.  16 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m., Sunday at the Moore Funeral Home with the Rev. H. J. Kemp officiating.  Burial will be in Marshall Cemetery.  Friends may call after 4 p.m. Saturday.

HENSLEY, Malinda E.
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Tuesday, 4 December 1906, Terre Haute (IN) Tribune
Malinda E. Hensley, 28 years old, died Tuesday morning at the Union hospital.  She lived in Clark county, Ill., about five miles west of Marshall.  She was brought to the hospital eight days ago.  She leaves a mother, two sisters and four brothers, as follows:  Mary Shields, Viola Pittinger, James, Joh, Reuben, and Charles.  The body was removed from the hospital to Stees' undertaking establishment, where it may be viewed by her friends until 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, when she will be taken to her former home for burial.

Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Saturday, 31 July 1909, Terre Haute (IN) Tribune
Early Settler Passes Away
Marshall, Ill, July 31--Robert Hensley, one of the oldest residents of the county, died at his home today at Auburn, 6 miles west of Marshall.  Mr. Hensley came to this county in an early day, settling north of Auburn, on Mill creek.  He cleared away the forest, built him a home and raised a family there.  He will be buried at the Auburn cemetery tomorrow at 2 p. m.

Submitted by Leslie S. Edwards
Lola E., daughters {sic} of Daniel and Adeline Fogle Holwick, was born May 23, 1868, near Snyder, Illinois.  While young she united with the Christian church at Craig Chapel under the pastorate of Eld. A.J. McCash.  In later years she placed her membership with the Church of Christ at Oliver, Illinois.
On December 14, 1889 she was united in marriage with W.B. Garwood.  To this union were born five children, Benjamin F., who died in infancy, Lucy A. Downey of Bellair, Illinois, Minnie A. Crampton, of Casey, Illinois, Wm.B., of Marshall and Daniel J., Melbourne, Arkansas.
Those who survive besides the husband and children are ten grandchildren, Daniel, Alice, Chilton, Diuglas and Price Downey; Ruth and Guy Crampton, Robert, Donald, and Dorothy Garwood and one brother, Frank Holwick, residing in Darwin township.
NOTE: Place and date of death unknown.  There are also a couple of paragraphs on Lola's nature, etc.  E-mail me if you'd like that info.

HOUPT, Elizabeth Ann "Betsey"
born 23 June 1931, died 2 May 1992. Funeral held Tuesday May 5, 1992, burial at Ridgelawn Cemetery. Husband, Robert.

Marshall Messenger
At his residence (four or five miles South of Marshall) on the 31st of December, of consumption, Elder Houston, aged about 57 years.
He was long a minister in the Christian Church.   He was a minister of much more than average ability.   He leaves a young wife and a number of small children to mourn his loss.   In the death of elder Houston the church losses one of its brightest lights and the community one of it’s best citizens.   Elder Grant officiated at his funeral.

HOWE, Gertrude
born 19 October 1898, died 8 January 1991.  Funeral was held Saturday, January 12, 1991, burial at Island Grove Cemetery. Husband, Hobart Howe.

HURST, Allen
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Allen Hurst, a former well known citizen of Clark County, died at his home in Indianapolis, where he had resided since 1904, at 12:20 this morning.
His death has been expected for some time, due to the ravages of old age.
The funeral will be held at the Christian church in Marshall, at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, conducted by Elder J. A. Sweet, assisted by the pastor Rev. L. Z. Smith. Burial will be in the Marshall cemetery.
Mr. Hurst was born November 25, 1852 in Dolson township, a son of Nicholas Hurst, and was thus in his 80th year at the time of death.  At the age of 3 he moved with his parents to Auburn township, where he grew up on a farm and attended the district schools.
On January 23, 1873 he was united in marriage to Nancy Johnson, a native of Dolson township.  Miss Johnson represented one of the early familes of this part of the country.  The picture of Mr. and Mrs. Hurst shown in connection with this article was taken at the celebration of their golden wedding anniversary in 1923.
To Mr. and Mrs. Hurst were born four sons and four daughters, Nicholas L., John H., Harriet, Nora, Grover, Thurman, and Irene.
After his marriage, Mr. Hurst continued to live on the farm until his election to the office of Sheriff on the democratic ticket in 1890.  At the expiration of his term as Sheriff, he went back to the farm but in 1898 he was again elected Sheriff and served until 1902.  Mr. Hurst served in many places of responsibility while a citizen of Clark County.  He was township colector for three years, democratic committeeman many years, member of the Board of Education twelve years.  In every position he was called to fill he was an outstanding public official.
He became a member of the Odd Fellows lodge at Clarksville, the K of P. Lodge at Marshall, and was identified with the Christian church.
Clark county has produced many great characters whose lives have left an impress upon her people, and Allen Hurst was one of them.
Allen Hurst, son of the late Judge Nicholas Hurst of Clark County, was born November 25, 1852, in Dolson Township, Clark County, Ill.  Died in Indianapolis, Ind., February 17, 1932, age 79 years, 10 months, and 12 days.
His father moved to Auburn township when Allen was quite young, and lived there until 1890 when he moved to Marshall.
On January 23, 1873, he was united in marriage to Nancy Johnson, daugher of Abraham Johnson.  To this union were born four sons and four daughers, one daugher Edith preceded her father in death some years ago.  Those living are John of Dana, Ind., Nick, Grover and Thurman of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Hattie Martin and Nora Tennery of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Irene at home.
Allen Hurst served his township as collector several times and in 1890 he was elected sheriff of Clark County, defeating John W. Lewis.  Again in 1898 he was successful as a candidate for sheriff, defeating Millard Hedrick.
Mr. Hurst was a good official and when he left the office in 1902, he left a clear record.
Mr. Hurst's father, Nicholas Hurst, was a very prominent citizen of Clark county, having served his township as supervisor and Justice of the Peace.
In 1853 he was elected Associate Judge of Clark County in 1855 he was elected Treasurer of Clark County.  In 1860 he was elected sheriff and at the end of this term he was again elected Treasurer.  In 1860 he studied law and was admitted to the bar.  The Hurst fmaily has always been recognized for their citizenship and held a place of honor in their community.
Allen Hurst was a kind person and was ready to help those who were in need, but was stern on having the law obeyed.
He was a member of the Five Points church, becoming a member at a meeting held at the Jeff Davis School house when a young man.  He was one of the sponsors in building the Five Points church and was an elder for many years.
His friends were almost innumberable.  He was a clean man.  He never drank of liquor or used tobacco, nor used the name of God in vain. Very few can say as much.
He leaves behind to mourn a loving wife, nan, as we call her, four sons and three daughters, two brothers, Wellington and Nick of Auburn township, four sisters, Mrs. Celia Towell of Auburn, Emma Hawkins of Mattoon, Mrs. Purl Garver and Myrtle Hurst of Marshall, also a number of grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at the Christian church, Friday at 1 p.m., conducted by Eld. J. A. Sweet, assisted by Rev. L. Z. Smith.  The body was laid to rest in the Marshall cemetery.

HURST, Emanuel R.
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Emanuel R. Hurst was born August 20, 1856, in Dolson township, and died at his home in Marshall, Illinois, on November 9, 1922, age 66 years, 2 months and 15 days.
On March 13, 1879, he was married to Miss Barbara E. Clark who with one daughter, Ethel, survive him.
After a number of years on the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Hurst moved to Marshall where he has since resided.  He was engaged for a number of years in the monument business.  Recently, upon the failure of his health, he retired from active business.
Mr. Hurst was converted in early manhood and united with the Methodist church at Dolson chapel.  After coming to Marshall he transferred his membership to the Methodist church in town, of which he continued to be a faithful and consistent member.
Besides his wife and daughter, he leaves two brothers, George W. of Marshall, and Frank M. of Chicago; also one half-brother, John L. of Dolson township and two half-sisters, Mrs. Amanda Bishop and Mrs. Anna Higgins, besides many relatives and friends.
The funeral services were held at the late home on Saturday afternoon at 2:30, in charge of his pastor, Rev. C. E. Pettit.  Music was furnished by the church male quartet.

HURST, Mrs. Eliza Jane
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Mrs. Eliza Jane Hurst, 85 years of age last June, died at her home in Dolson township north of Martinsville early Tuesday morning.
She leaves six children:  Will Hurst of Grandview, Virgil Hurst of Marshall, Mrs. Ella Swartz of Clarksville, Jess Hurst of Martinsville, Mrs. Cecil Marrs of paris, and John Hurst at home.
Funeral services were held yesterday morning at 10:30 at Green Moss church in charge of Rev. Jess Stout of Martinsville and burial in the Green Moss Cemetery.

HURST, Nicholas
Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Clark County (IL) Democrat, 16 December 1954--Nicholas Hurst, son of Nicholas and Nancy Hurst, was born in Auburn Township on July 6, 1882, and passed away this life at the Paris Hospital on December 16, 1954, at the age of 72 years, 5 months, and 10 days.
On February 20, 1907, he married Miss Hattie Veach, a faithful and life-long companion, who survives his death.
He also leaves a foster-son, Frank Veach of Danville, Illinois, and a sister, Miss Myrtie Hurst of Marshall, Illinois.
Mr. Hurst was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the Ainad Shrine Temple of East St. Louis. He was an active member of the Democrat party and served as Supervisor and Superintendent of Highways for a number of years.
While still a young man he accepted Christ as his Saviour and was a member of the Five Points Church of Christ. His father gave the plot of ground on which the church now stands.  On October 20, 1948, Mr. Hurst, along with his wife, brought their membership to the Marshall Christian Church where it remained at the time of his death.
Mr. Hurst has been a trustee of the Christian Church in Marshall for over eleven years and holds a perfect attendance record for over ten years. Mr. Hurst was chairman of the building committee when the Christian Church enlarged the building and beutified the grounds.  He was a member of the Loyal Men's Bible School Class and has been quite active in the work of the church through the years.
He will be sadly missed by a multitude of friends and associates in every phase of life.  He has served faithfully and well in his church, his community and his home.

Submitted by Cindy McCachern
Miss Sarah M. Miller was born in Ohio, November 14, 1820 and died at the home of David Nicholson in Dolson Twp, November 28, 1913, age 93 years and 13 days.
In 1824 she moved with her parents from Ohio to Clark County, IN, where she was married to George Hutchings Feb 7, 1839.  To this union four children were born, Thomas, William, Mrs. Catherine Rowe, and Mrs. jane Hughes, all of whom preceded her in death, the first one mentioned having died in infancy.  Soon after her marriage, she came with her husband and other
members of her family as pioneers to Clark County, Ill.  and entered the land which has ever since been her home with the exception of a few years in marshall and the twelve years spent with her niece, Mrs. Nicholson where she lived at the time of her death.
Her first husband died April 16, 1853, and in 1855 she was married to Jesse L. Hurst.  To this union three children were born, Emanuel, George and Frank Hurst, all of whom are living in Marshall.  Her second husband died August 21, 1884, after which time she remained a widow.
Besides the three sons now living, there are 12 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren, 3 great great grandchildren, 2 brothers and a host of other relatives.  In early childhood she was converted and became a member of the Methodist chruch, and remained faithful to the church of her choice until the end.
Mrs. Hurst was a member of a remarkable family each of whom reached an extreme old age; Emanuel Miller 95, Mrs. Harriet Keller, 92, Mrs. Jude Coons, 90, Sarah Hurst 93, Solomon Miller 89, Mrs. Eliza Clapp and Mrs. Elizabeth Plaskett both past 70 and two still living, John Miller of 84 and William Miller of Toledo, IL, 82.  Mrs. Hurst was the last living member of the old pioneer Easem Hutchings family.  She retained an almost perfect mind throughout her declining years, managing her own affairs and keeping her own accounts until the day of her death.  She was of a social and opitmistic nature, cherished old friendships and endeavored to make every day of her life count for something worth while.
Funeral services were held at the Greenmoss Methodist church on Saturday morning, Nov. 29 at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. E. G. Sandmeyer of Marshall.

Submitted by Stewart Edersheim
Jane Matilda Prevo, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Prevo, was born June 8,1846,and died September 4,1913, age 67 yrs, 2 months 2 days.
She was married to R.L.Hutchison April 16,1868. To them were born eleven children,four of whom preceded their mother in to that other shore. Mrs. J. E.Lutz of Marshall, Ill., Mrs.E.C Snyder of Westfield, Ill., Mrs. E. O.Shonk of Rosedale,Ind., Cleo Hutchison of Charleston,Ill., Etta, Lizzie and Sherman still remaining in the home, who together with her aged husband and her brother, Samuel Prevo, of Marshall, Ill., survive her.
When quite young she united with the Presbyterian church,but afterwards transferred her membership tp the Christian church of which she remained a consistant member to the last.  She reared a large family to man and womanhood,who occupy respected positions in life and those of them who are unmarried,cared for her in her last long illness and were with her when the peaceful end came,as was also Mrs.Lutz.
 Aunt Jane as she was familiarly called,was a descendant of one of the oldest families of this country;the Prevo's having came jere from North Carolina while Illinois was yet a territory.Her maternal ancestors were the Lee's of Virginia of Revolutionary fame.She was left an orphan at the age of 6 years,and her after life was one of toil and also many privations understood only by those who have gone motherless through childhood and youth.The funeral service was conducted at the home by Rev.Giveler of Terre Haute,pastor of the church here.Internment at the Bulah cemetary. A large company paid the last tribute to an old friend and neighbor,thus attesting their interest in the deceased and their sympathy for the bereft husband and children.

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