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Alice Grey Collett

Female 1909 - 1930  (20 years)


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  1. 1.  Alice Grey Collett was born on 30 Jul 1909 (daughter of Harry Grey Collett and Elizabeth Susannah Shone); died on 10 Jul 1930 in Greenfields, East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Harry Grey Collett was born on 20 Jul 1865 in Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa (son of William Collett and Anna Maria Cook); died on 1 Feb 1956 in Greyville Farm, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes

    Notes:

    Dear Collett researchers
    I have at last typed up the handwritten account of the Golden Wedding of Harry and Susannah Collett. This was given to me many years ago by Mac Shone in Pietermaritzburg. He said it was written by John Collett. I haven't changed his capitalization or punctuation.
    Hope there's something of interest.
    Kind regards
    Bev Nelson


    GOLDEN WEDDING AND CHRISTENING AT GREYVILLE

    All roads led to Greyville on Monday 9th October 1950, when the Golden Wedding of Mr and Mrs Harry Grey COLLETT was celebrated; and the first child of Mr and Mrs John Collett was christened. The reception was held on the lawns in front of the homestead, where chairs and tables were arranged. The wedding cake on one, with a bowl of beautiful tulips. These from Mrs Penny Wright's garden at Bowden were very much admired. Mr and Mrs John Collett and his brother, Pye, received the guests, who numbered about 200. The Collett Clan were there in full force. Miss Myra Collett, sister of Mr Harry Grey Collett, was there and the only one who attended the marriage of Mr and Mrs Harry Collett 50 years ago. An Orchestra of six members from Bloemfontein rendered old time tunes, and the playing of "Here Comes The Bride" heralded the coming of Mr and Mrs Harry Collett among the guests,
    who gathered around to congratulate the happy old couple. Mrs Collett looked charming in an old gold two piece, with a hat to match, and she wore a double string of pearls. Later the first baby of Mr and Mrs John Collett was christened by Rev. W.H. Shepherd of Middelburg, when the infant received the name of Colin Dale. everyone listened intently to the service, the infant calmly looking quite unconcerned with the proceedings. Mr Ted Gilfillan in a short speech proposed the health of the bride and groom, and their eldest son John responded and told the guests that they were afraid their mother would not be able to attend the ceremony as she had been ill. But they were not unduly worried as
    their mother had had the same attack thirty years ago, and was still with them to celebrate the golden wedding. Mr Collett thanked the ladies who had helped with all the preparations for the celebrations, particularly Mrs Ted Gilfillan and her daughter Mary, Mrs K. McEwan, Mrs Gordon Gilfillan. Delicious refreshments were served through the afternoon. Mr Harry Collett also said a few words and said he thought John had exaggerated somewhat in his reminiscences of the past. Mr Duncan Bowker,, son of Mr and Mrs Jack Bowker, then proposed the health of Colin Dale, and said they were especially pleased because not only was he the first son and heir of Greyville, but they could look forward to twenty years hence when he would be able to take over the Secretaryship of the Farmers' Association. The Orchestra rendered beautiful music throughout the afternoon, and this was much appreciated by the guests, who all noted that it was "A very jolly party".

    A short history of the Collett family:- James Lydford Collett was born in London in the year 1800. At the age of 15 years he was articled to an attorney in London. He asked his father to grant him permission to emigrate to one of the colonies, but his father refused so he stowed away on a sailing vessel bound for Australia. At CAPE TOWN he was put ashore and got quite a good clerical job there. In 1820 he was sent to PORT ELIZABETH to assist with the landing of the settlers. He joined one of the parties, and married a settler's daughter, Miss Rhoda Trollip. In course of time they settled in the Cradock district near Fish River Station. The old homestead was called Grass Ridge, and he acquired in all 60,000 morgen of ground, becoming a wealthy farmer and a member of Parliament. He was one of the first men to breed merino sheep on a large scale and used to enter as many as 500 merino rams for one sale. He had a large family of 5 sons and 5 daughters all of whom married and in turn raised large families. His five sons were John who inherited Grass Ridge and is the father of the present Fish River Colletts. The second son James settled at Rhyneheath Graaff Reinet, but his sons have all left that part now. The third son William is the father of the Middelburg Colletts, of which Harry Grey Collett was the
    eldest. The family consisted of 6 sons and 5 daughters. James' two youngest sons George and Joseph went to the Transvaal. During the Anglo Boer War while Harry was on active service he met Elizabeth Susannah Shone, who was the only daughter of Mr and Mrs George Clarkson Shone of Clifton, Bedford. Elizabeth had ten brothers. Her grandparents were 1820 settlers.

    On 9th October 1900 Harry and Elizabeth were married under a big apricot tree on the farm Highlands in the Steynsburg district, which belonged to two of Miss Shone's brothers. To-day 9th October 1950 Mr and Mrs Harry Grey Collett are celebrating their Golden Wedding. They have reared seven children 4 sons and 3 daughters. One daughter Alice died at the age of 21 while nursing at the Settlers Hospital, Grahamstown, and they have 16 grandchildren all of whom were present at this celebration.

    Harry married Elizabeth Susannah Shone on 9 Oct 1900. Elizabeth (daughter of George Clarkson Shone and Mary Ann Susan Harebottle) was born on 20 Nov 1869 in Stanley Farm, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 4 May 1957 in Greyville Farm, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Elizabeth Susannah Shone was born on 20 Nov 1869 in Stanley Farm, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa (daughter of George Clarkson Shone and Mary Ann Susan Harebottle); died on 4 May 1957 in Greyville Farm, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes

    Children:
    1. Mary Anna Grey Collett was born on 7 Aug 1901; died on 23 Jan 1954.
    2. John Grey Collett was born on 29 Jul 1903; died in 1989.
    3. Alan Grey Collett was born on 15 Jun 1905; died on 10 Oct 1989.
    4. Wilfred Grey Collett was born on 2 Sep 1907; died on 28 Sep 1981.
    5. 1. Alice Grey Collett was born on 30 Jul 1909; died on 10 Jul 1930 in Greenfields, East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    6. Ethne Grey Collett
    7. Maurice Grey Collett was born on 15 Dec 1914; died in 1985.
    8. Victoria Claire Grey Collett


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  William Collett was born on 7 Aug 1835 in Elephant Fountain, Cape, South Africa (son of James Lydford Collett and Rhoda Ann Trollip); died on 22 Mar 1916; was buried on 22 Mar 1916 in Rietvleil, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Baptism: 30 Aug 1835, Albany District, Eastern Cape, South Africa

    Notes:

    Craig Hilton-Taylor says 'also known as Ian'
    Farmed at Rietvlei near Middelburg.
    Christening date from Steve Addison.
    William was appointed the Field cornet in the Upper Sea Cow division around 1853.

    William married Anna Maria Cook on 10 Sep 1862 in Cradock, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Anna (daughter of Rev. Edward Cook and Mary Frances Thornhill) was born on 29 May 1843 in Nisbett Bath, Great Namaqualand; died on 16 Oct 1903. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Anna Maria Cook was born on 29 May 1843 in Nisbett Bath, Great Namaqualand (daughter of Rev. Edward Cook and Mary Frances Thornhill); died on 16 Oct 1903.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • _USED: Anne

    Notes:

    Now known as Warmbad, Namibia
    Education included Miss Tooth's finishing school, London.

    Now known as Warmbad, Namibia
    Education included Miss Tooth's finishing school, London.

    Children:
    1. Dora Frances Collett was born on 25 Oct 1863; died in 1941.
    2. 2. Harry Grey Collett was born on 20 Jul 1865 in Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa; died on 1 Feb 1956 in Greyville Farm, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    3. Edith Anna Collett was born on 4 Jun 1867; died in 1910.
    4. William Edward Collett was born on 22 Apr 1869; died in May 1960; was buried on 17 May 1960 in Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    5. Colonel Ewart James Collett, DSO, CMG was born on 2 May 1871 in 'Wonderheuwel', Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 7 Dec 1927 in 'Dunblane', Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    6. Myra Rhoda Collett was born in 1875; died in 1960.
    7. John Wesley Camm Collett was born on 27 Nov 1877 in Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa; died on 25 Jul 1938 in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    8. Elizabeth Martha Collett was born in 1880; died in 1957.
    9. George Morley Collett was born in 1882; died in 1889.
    10. Ethel Daisy Thornhill Collett was born in 1884; died in 1945.
    11. Frederick Slater Collett was born in 1873; died on 23 Feb 1901 in Schoeman's Kop, Weltevreden Farm, Molteno, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

  3. 6.  George Clarkson Shone was born on 30 Apr 1842 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa (son of George Shone and Elizabeth Carney); died on 11 Jul 1913 in Oorlogspoort Farm, Dewetsdorp, Orange Free State, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes

    George married Mary Ann Susan Harebottle on 5 May 1867 in Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Mary (daughter of Richard Hairbottle and Susannah Margaret Marshall) was born on 12 Jun 1845 in George, Western Cape, South Africa; died on 16 May 1922 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Mary Ann Susan Harebottle was born on 12 Jun 1845 in George, Western Cape, South Africa (daughter of Richard Hairbottle and Susannah Margaret Marshall); died on 16 May 1922 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Baptism: 13 Jul 1845, St Mark's Cathedral, George, Western Cape, South Africa

    Children:
    1. George William Carney Shone was born on 29 Nov 1867 in Glen Gregor farm, Cowie, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 30 Oct 1943 in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    2. Henry Richard Shone was born on 20 Nov 1869 in Stanley Farm, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 8 Jan 1870.
    3. 3. Elizabeth Susannah Shone was born on 20 Nov 1869 in Stanley Farm, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 4 May 1957 in Greyville Farm, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    4. John Henry Shone was born on 28 Feb 1872 in Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 26 Mar 1966 in Steynsburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    5. Alfred Phillips Shone was born on 3 Apr 1874 in Glen Gregor farm, Cowie, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 20 Mar 1942 in Harare, Zimbabwe.
    6. James Clarkson Shone was born on 9 May 1876 in Glen Gregor farm, Cowie, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 3 Nov 1959 in Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); was buried in Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe).
    7. Arthur Edwin Shone was born on 19 Sep 1878 in Cowie Bush, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 2 Oct 1944 in M'Kushi, Northern Rhodesia.
    8. Edward Ernest McGregor Shone was born on 3 Dec 1880 in Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 20 May 1965 in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
    9. Dr. Frederick Carney Shone was born on 21 Mar 1883; died on 11 Nov 1964 in Essex, England.
    10. Victor LLewellyn Shone was born on 31 Aug 1888; died on 10 Apr 1891.
    11. Raymond Vivian Shone was born on 9 Oct 1890 in Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 17 Sep 1956 in Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  James Lydford CollettJames Lydford Collett was born on 14 Feb 1800 in Stroudwater, Gloucestershire, England (son of William Collett and Martha Chancellor); died on 10 Aug 1875 in Grassridge farm, Cradock (nr), Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Grassridge farm, Cradock (nr), Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Settler ID: 167
    • 1820 Settler: 14 Aug 1821, The Downs, Deal, Kent, England; Address:
      Charles Campbell's party on the Salisbury

    Notes:

    James arrived in Table Bay, South Africa on the 'Salisbury' on 8 December 1821, (Departure Date 14th August 1821), listed as an indentured labourer in Major General Colin Campbell's party. His name was second-last on the list of names. He was well educated in the three R's, wrote well and was filled with driving energy. He is said to have had 70 grandchildren, one of whom was Letitia Collett who married James Butler of London. The party was located on a 10 000-acre estate at Rietfonetien, on an arm of the Kasouga River. the location was named Barville Park. General Charles Collins Campbell, who was the leader of the party, died in May 1822.

    In 1824 he married Rhoda in Albany, where he owned a small farm near Port Alfred. When the frontier was thrown open , he bought Olifantsfontein, and farms on the Koonap River in Fort Beaufort district. When the 1835 Frontier war broke out he stayed. He imported merino from New South Wales and Saxony and left 200 pound to his brother Joseph, who had emigrated to US with his sister Elizabeth. In 1842 he bought 3 large farms in Cradock area, based on Greonfontein in the direction of the AgterSneeuberg, he soon gained a reputation as the most progressive farmer in the district. He was chosen to represent the district in the first Cape Parliament in 1854, but attended one session only. In 1857 he sold Groenfontein, and moved to up the valley to Dassie Krantz and Salt Pan Drift. But drought and recession drove him bankruptcy in 1862. All his farms were sold and he had to accept hospitality of a cottage on Mulberry Grove, the farm of his son-in-law, Joseph Trollip. His successful son, John, redeemed him and placed him on Dassie Krantz. Relationships were strained, but he had lost his touch and after a frightening incident with a defiant servant, John removed his parents to Grassridge, where he died in 1875.

    James married Rhoda Ann Trollip on 6 Feb 1824 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Rhoda (daughter of Joseph Trollip and Susannah Crouch) was born on 21 Dec 1805 in Horningsham, Wiltshire, England; died in Nov 1895 in Rietvlei, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Grassridge farm, Cradock (nr), Eastern Cape, South Africa. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Rhoda Ann TrollipRhoda Ann Trollip was born on 21 Dec 1805 in Horningsham, Wiltshire, England (daughter of Joseph Trollip and Susannah Crouch); died in Nov 1895 in Rietvlei, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Grassridge farm, Cradock (nr), Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Settler ID: 795
    • Baptism: 29 Mar 1806, Frome, Somerset, England
    • 1820 Settler: 7 Jan 1820, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England; Address:
      Hyman's party on the Weymouth

    Notes:

    Rhoda Trollip came out to SA with her parents and siblings on the Weymouth arriving ?? in ?? She and James Lydford Collett were the progenitors of all Colletts in the Cape.

    After all troubles and bickering of framing, Rhoda on more than one occasion collapsed into the comparative safety of tempoarry insanity. At this stage, James devoted all his atention to her. After his death she went to live with her childless daughter at Daggaboer.

    Notes:

    Marriage Notes for RHODA TROLLIP and JAMES COLLETT:
    Entry #58: Matrimonial Court Minutes/Special Marriage Licences: Film No. 1886513
    Husband: James COLLET, 23, Reformed, England
    Wife: Rhoda TROLLOP, 18, Protestant, England
    Marriage Notes for RHODA TROLLIP and JAMES COLLETT:
    Entry #58: Matrimonial Court Minutes/Special Marriage Licences: Film No. 1886513
    Husband: James COLLET, 23, Reformed, England
    Wife: Rhoda TROLLOP, 18, Protestant, England
    Date: 2/5/1824



    Marriage Notes for RHODA TROLLIP and JAMES COLLETT:
    Entry #58: Matrimonial Court Minutes/Special Marriage Licences: Film No. 1886513
    Husband: James COLLET, 23, Reformed, England
    Wife: Rhoda TROLLOP, 18, Protestant, England
    Date: 2/5/1824

    Children:
    1. Rhoda Ann Collett was born on 27 Dec 1824 in Camphor's Kraal, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 17 Nov 1898 in Mulberry Grove, Cradock, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Katkop Farm, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    2. John Collett was born on 27 Nov 1826 in Beaufort Street, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 10 Aug 1908 in Albany District, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    3. Susanna Collett was born on 13 Jul 1829 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 16 Jul 1889 in Beestekraal, Hanover, Cape, South Africa; was buried in Dwaal Farm, Karoo, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    4. Martha Collett was born on 29 Jun 1831 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 5 Oct 1891 in Daggaboer Farm, Bedford District, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Daggaboer Farm Cemetery, Bedford District, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    5. James Collett was born on 15 Jul 1833 in Grove Hill farm, Bathurst district, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 16 Dec 1910 in Colletton House, Rynheath, Karoo, South Africa; was buried in Rynheath Cemetery, nr Graaff-Reinet, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    6. 4. William Collett was born on 7 Aug 1835 in Elephant Fountain, Cape, South Africa; died on 22 Mar 1916; was buried on 22 Mar 1916 in Rietvleil, Middelburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    7. Joseph Collett was born on 17 Jul 1837 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died in Jul 1901 in Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa.
    8. George Collett was born on 9 Apr 1840 in Eastern Cape, South Africa; died in Aug 1879 in Aliwal North, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    9. Elizabeth Collett was born on 8 Feb 1844 in Groenfontein farm, Cradock district, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 20 Jul 1913 in Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried on 22 Sep 1913 in Steynsburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

  3. 10.  Rev. Edward Cook was born on 4 Jan 1806 in Lincolnshire, England; died on 9 Mar 1843.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Rev. Edward Cook
    • Occupation: Missionary

    Edward married Mary Frances Thornhill. Mary (daughter of Christopher Thornhill Thornhill and Dorothea Mounsey) was born on 14 Jul 1809 in U.K., England; died on 7 Jun 1886 in Cradock, Eastern Cape, South Africa. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Mary Frances Thornhill was born on 14 Jul 1809 in U.K., England (daughter of Christopher Thornhill Thornhill and Dorothea Mounsey); died on 7 Jun 1886 in Cradock, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Settler ID: 778
    • Name: Mary Francis Thornhill
    • 1820 Settler: 12 Feb 1820, The Downs, Deal, Kent, England; Address:
      Thornhill's party on the Zoroaster

    Children:
    1. John Thornhill Cook was born on 2 Nov 1834; died in Oct 1894.
    2. Edward Boyer Cook was born on 3 Nov 1837 in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa; died on 22 Jul 1909 in Richmond farm. Herbert district, Northern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Thornhill farm, Herbert district, Northern Cape, South Africa.
    3. Dorothea Mounsey Cook was born on 20 Aug 1838 in Nisbett Bath, Great Namaqualand; died on 4 Sep 1905.
    4. Mary Frances Cook was born on 27 Feb 1840 in Nisbett Bath, Great Namaqualand; died on 7 Jun 1886.
    5. 5. Anna Maria Cook was born on 29 May 1843 in Nisbett Bath, Great Namaqualand; died on 16 Oct 1903.

  5. 12.  George Shone was born on 30 Nov 1811 in London, England (son of Thomas Shone and Sarah Phillips); died on 26 Dec 1841 in Kariega River, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Settler ID: 715
    • Occupation: wagon maker
    • 1820 Settler: 3 Dec 1819, Gravesend, Kent, England; Address:
      Scott's party on the Nautilus

    George married Elizabeth Carney on 20 Oct 1835 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Elizabeth (daughter of James Carney and Elizabeth Leacher) was born on 12 Aug 1819. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Elizabeth Carney was born on 12 Aug 1819 (daughter of James Carney and Elizabeth Leacher).

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Settler ID: 1590
    • Birth: 12 Aug 1819
    • Baptism: 14 Nov 1819, St.John's, Wapping, London, England
    • 1820 Settler: 13 Dec 1819, Gravesend, Kent, England; Address:
      Dixon's party on the Ocean

    Children:
    1. Sarah Shone was born on 24 Jun 1838 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 1 Dec 1931 in Parkhurst, Gauteng, South Africa.
    2. Elizabeth Shone was born in 1840; died on 5 Oct 1926 in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa.
    3. 6. George Clarkson Shone was born on 30 Apr 1842 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa; died on 11 Jul 1913 in Oorlogspoort Farm, Dewetsdorp, Orange Free State, South Africa.
    4. John Shone

  7. 14.  Richard Hairbottle was born about 1810 (son of Richard Hairbottle and Jane, - wife of Richard Hairbottle); died about 1847.

    Other Events:

    • 1820 Lineage: Yes
    • Settler ID: 1786
    • 1820 Settler: 13 Jan 1820, Liverpool, Lancashire, England; Address:
      Griffith's party on the Stentor

    Richard married Susannah Margaret Marshall. Susannah (daughter of Marshall and Mary Ford) was born on 17 Nov 1825 in George, Western Cape, South Africa; died on 23 Oct 1906 in Glengregor, Bedford district, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Glen Gregor farm, Cowie, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa. [Group Sheet]


  8. 15.  Susannah Margaret Marshall was born on 17 Nov 1825 in George, Western Cape, South Africa (daughter of Marshall and Mary Ford); died on 23 Oct 1906 in Glengregor, Bedford district, Eastern Cape, South Africa; was buried in Glen Gregor farm, Cowie, Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Susannah Marshall
    • Baptism: 11 Feb 1826

    Children:
    1. 7. Mary Ann Susan Harebottle was born on 12 Jun 1845 in George, Western Cape, South Africa; died on 16 May 1922 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
    2. Henry William Harebottle was born in Oct 1842 in George, Western Cape, South Africa; died on 11 May 1887 in Bedford, Eastern Cape, South Africa.



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