Jacqueline Clark
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Jacqueline Clark

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Jacqueline E. Clark aka Jones
Born 1950s.
Ancestors ancestors
Sister of , [private brother (1960s - unknown)], [private brother (1960s - unknown)], [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private brother (1970s - unknown)] [half]
Descendants descendants
Mother of [private son (1970s - unknown)], [private son (1980s - unknown)], [private son (1980s - unknown)], and [private son (1980s - unknown)]
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Jacqueline Clark has German Roots.
Jacqueline Clark has Polish Roots.
Jacqueline Clark is related to US President Harry S Truman. Here is the trail.
Jacqueline Clark is related to US President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Here is the trail.
Jacqueline Clark is related to US President Richard Nixon. Here is the trail.
Clark Family
The Review: March 27, 1958
I am the little one.

A little information about me.

I am a divorced Mother of 5 sons.
They are all grown and starting families of their own.

I raise my eldest grandson who is on the autism
spectrum. I started searching our family history as a
hobby in 2009 and got totally engrossed.

I was born and raised in Philadelphia specifically the
Manayunk area. On the left is the announcement of
my birth on my MomMoms Birthday. I like to joke that it is my first claim to fame and they did not even mention my name,

I am named for my MomMom though she refused
to allow it to be my first name so my parents gave me
her name for a middle name and I am the only grandchild that carries her name,

I met and married the love of my life but unfortunately after 30 plus years he decided to leave. We still have our sons which is the greatest gift, and to date 5 beautiful grandchildren.

I work from home as a proofreader and continue my
love of genealogy in my spare time,

Descendant of John Clark who emigrated from Ireland to the United States of America in 1869.
Descendant of Thomas and Joan Mildenhall.
Descendant of Sebastian Jacob Arnick who emigrated from Bavaria to the United States of America in 1850.
Descendant of Josef Rataj who emigrated from Galicia, Eastern Europe to the United States of America in 1893.

Mendenhall Person: I89571

How I got started in Genealogy

A Trip to the Past for the Future.

May 5, 2013 at 11:25am

Have you ever thought of embarking on a trip to the past to pass on to the future? Think about it. Ask yourself what is known of your family history. What qualities do you have that were passed on from an ancestor? Many times I have looked in the mirror and wondered why I am who I am. Life shapes us all through our experiences. Our past also shapes us, the many stories we heard while growing up, the pictures unmarked by name or date that reminds us of either ourselves or maybe a cousin or child. Unknowingly you may be repeating the same steps an ancestor did. My outline will show what is involved in researching your family and what steps to take in gathering and verifying your information.

I started researching my roots out of curiosity. I wrote down all the facts that I remembered and some were extremely easy like my grandmothers' full name and birthday. I mention this as I am named for her and I was born on her birthday. Along with this I had my grandfathers' full name and birthday, not much to start with but with research I was able to find out much more with just those two facts.

I gathered all the information from family, aunts, uncles, siblings and cousins that I grew up with. Unfortunately this was only helpful for those here and now but no leads to the past or extended family. As to the parentage of our grandparents I was at a loss. Most of our parents have gone ahead, and growing up we did not put any value on the many stories we were told. With my many conversations with cousins and learning who and what stories they remembered I was able to go further back on my grandmother’s side. Just talking we recalled relatives we met at parties and family gatherings. With my grandfathers' history I was at a dead end.

My cousin Bill had addresses and phone numbers to distant cousins and a box of papers that belonged to my grandparents. I spent hours reading everything and taking notes. I wrote many letters to the old addresses and researched public records for current addresses. I explained who I was and what I was attempting to do and requested their assistance.

Even though I was being told the information I needed documentation to back it up. Cousins sent me copies of deeds and wills, postcards that were sent to a great uncle in the army, letters from family members I never heard of and, Family Bibles. All those listed qualify as proof of who these people were and how they were related to me. These cousins shared what they remembered and many family stories with me. They also shared old family photos.

I joined Ancestry.com (Anc), Genealogy Bank (Gen) and FamilySearch.org (Fam) all online resources. I was able to gather newspaper articles, census sheets and more to verify that my information was correct. I still double checked with the listed sites before adding into my family history. On my quest I have managed to reconnect many of our family who lost contact with each other, and also connect many of us who did not know of each other. Groups of us arrange to meet and share information that another may not know. Our extended family is becoming closer. In addition to the information I gathered from the sites I made contact with several genealogists that have shared their research and documentation with me.

I questioned when their information did not make sense to me. Like with my Great, Great Grandfather Reuben Miller , according to the genealogists he was the son of Daniel Miller the founder of Millersburg Pennsylvania. I started reading up on Daniel and the facts did not support him being the father of Reuben, no one had documented proof that Daniel was his father. I searched the census records and found several Reubens' with his year of birth. A cousin had given me the information and told me his mother was Lydia. I found one Reuben transcribed as Rebecca age 17 male, father Tillman mother Elizabeth. As Elizabeths' in our family have been nicknamed Lydia I marked this as a possibility. I found the PA Vital Statistics site (PA) and combed through the death indices all I knew was that Reuben Miller died in 1937 but I had no luck. I decided to search other years and located the record in 1936. On the death indices it also lists the county and certificate number. I filled out the form and sent it in. I received his death certificate and learned that his father was Tillman Miller. The information was given to them by Mayme Kissinger who is a daughter of Reuben. I shared this information with the genealogist as this was proof of his parentage. The former being one of the reasons documentation is so important when doing research. I should mention that the reasons I decided to check other years. I recalled something my grandmother said to me shortly before she went ahead,” I will not live to see the New Year just like my PopPop.” Both went on ahead the 31st of December.

Previously I mentioned being at a dead end with my research on my grandfather and the box my cousin Bill gave to me. Within the box was a pile of letters faded by age, they were written in pencil and the return address was PFC Leslie Clark US Army. My siblings and cousins all grew up knowing who Uncle Les was, my grandfathers' brother who died in WWII, his picture hung in the parlor and my grandparents would drop everything to tell us of him. Carefully with a magnifying glass in hand I read them and took notes of names mentioned and dates. I now had my grandfathers and grand uncles’ information to help in my search of the census records. Uncle Les mentioned Margaret, David, Edna, Charles, William and Andrew and referred to them as brothers and sisters.

I started a test tree separate from my verified tree on Ancestry com (Anc). My grandfather John was born 1904 and Uncle Les 1913, I decided to search 1920 using my grandfathers' information and listed all the siblings’ names starting with Uncle Les in the search boxes. Eureka I think I found him but need to verify, Mother is listed as Martha a widow and all the siblings names are there with the addition of siblings Ellen and Martha. I write down all the information and check 1910 and 1930. In 1910 John is listed: father David, mother Martha, sisters Ellen and Edna, brothers David and Charles all the year of birth information is the same as 1920. I move on to 1930 and find John as head of house with siblings Charles, Margaret, Leslie and Andrew. I add all this information into my test tree and these little leaves start popping up. These leaves are hints you need to check them and be careful to read everything as some names are similar and you can add the wrong information in. A hint shows on Davids' name I check and it is his marriage record, I search genealogy bank and come across his marriage announcement and then his obituary in 1919. I note the information and add into my tree and in description box I list my questions. What happened to Martha? I continue on and the 1940 census becomes public record I find my grandparents, father, aunt and uncles I know I have that information correct.

I still have not proven that David and Martha are the parents of my grandfather the facts are there but it’s a common name. I know his birthday and open the Family Search web site and put in the information I know. A birth record comes up showing his name, date of birth and parents’ names. I send off to get a copy. Prior to 1906 they had a return of birth not a birth certificate and that is what I received which was proof of his parents’ names including his mothers' maiden name, this is the first year they started to add the maiden name of the mother. I find a record of baptism for John and his siblings all done on the same day listing David and Martha as parents. I send off for my grandfathers' death certificate. His parents are listed as David J Clark and Martha M Hanson. Now I can fully prove his roots and continue on this quest back further using the same methods of cross verifying the information I come across.

With Davids' obituary I was able to use the Death Indices (PA) to get a copy of his Death certificate which listed his parents. But what happened to Martha? Why was John the head of house in 1930 with minor siblings living with him? I start to recall my grandfather’s funeral; I was 13 at the time. I was sitting in tears when a man comes over and tries to comfort me. He introduced himself as John Paulie and said he was my grandfathers' brother. I remember the tears stopped and I looked at him and said” No you ain’t my Poppop is John and our last name is Clark not Paulie.” He then explained that he was from grandfathers' mothers’ second marriage. I now had another last name for Martha and did more research. I found her burial record and the baptism of John Paulie with my grandfather listed as his godfather. Martha died in 1927 with the birth of her 11th child John Paulie. More proof that I was on the correct path. I then ordered Martha’s death certificate and was able to get her parents’ names. Each little piece of the puzzle was bringing it all together.

“Pass on a Legacy - Now that you've worked hard to create a legacy for future generations, take time to put it all together so that your efforts won't be wasted. Seek out family members willing to help you put together a family history, a heritage scrapbook or create a family web page. The final product is irrelevant as long as the memories you've gathered remain intact for others to enjoy. (Taylor, 1999) “I have a web site on our family (Clark, 2012); I create slide shows and take to our various gatherings to share denoting our history.

With my findings and documentation I am able create family history books (Bourland, 2012) and have several layouts for the different branches of our family. The discoveries made with genealogical research are amazing. I mentioned my cousins above. Some interesting facts I discovered in my research is the double relationships: My cousin Bob is my grandfathers' brother Andrews' youngest son but he is also my grandmothers’ cousin Addies’ son. So much of our history is the same, My cousin Dolores is my Grandmothers sisters’ daughter and her father is my grandfather’s cousin through his mother. President Eisenhower is my cousin on my paternal grandmothers’ side. President Nixon is also a cousin through my grandfathers’ mother.

Does this not make you wonder about your history and if there are multiple relationships. Have you ever passed by someone and thought they looked very familiar but could not place them, gazed upon photos that your family has gathered unmarked by name or date, and seen a resemblance in other family members. The quest of family history has been something many embark upon to find answers or like me out of curiosity.

There is more information becoming available on a daily basis, and keeping up with all the current generations and their information is also involved to preserve for the future.

An interesting fact I came across is the meaning of my maiden name. “The name Clark comes from one of the family having worked as a person who concerned himself with matters of scholarly importance or of religious orders or as a secretary. The surname Clark (names, 2013) originally derived from the Latin form clericus. Even today, the word and profession clerk is typically pronounced clark throughout the United Kingdom. (clark)” In comparison I am the CLARK of my time as I am repeating what my ancestors did.

Works Cited

  • Ancestry. (n.d.). ancestry.com. Retrieved from Ancestry.com

  • names. (2013, May 4). Hosue of Names. Retrieved from House of Names: House of Names

Some of the Profiles I have done

The Troutman Murder
Daniel Troutman
Henry Romberger
Frank Romberger

John Henry Clark PopPop My grandfather
Ethel Elizabeth Miller MomMom My grandmother
Leslie Ewing Clark Grand Uncle
Harry J Ellis III 3rd Cousin 1X
Robert Thomas Clark Jr Cousin
John Clark 2nd Great Grand father
Irene Wardwell 5th cousin 4X removed
Mary (Chisholm) Painter Spouse of 4th Cousin 4X removed
Warren Richards Cox Spouse of 5th Cousin 3X removed
Samuel Burnham McClennen Hanson 3rd Great Grand father
Emanuel Matter 3rd Great Grand father
R Dewitt Brown Spouse of 5th Cousin 3X removed
Francis Anthony Nixon Spouse of 4th Cousin 4X removed
Jacob Stuart Aydelott Spouse of 3rd Cousin 6X removed
Russell Wilford Annich 1st cousin 3X removed.
Jemima Webster Boggs 4th cousin 4X removed.
Elisha Kirk 1st cousin 8X removed.
Walter Biddle Saul Patron of my High School.
John Mendenhall 9th Great Grand father
Benjamin Mendenhall 9th Great Grand father
Harris Francis Aungst 2nd cousin 1X removed
David Lytle Clark possibly 1st cousin 4X removed

Cousins I have found through Wikitree
Fletch 3rd John Clark
Katy 4th x1 Joseph Maitland Hanson
Brian William Henry Miller
Lisa 9th x1 John Mendenhall
Jonathan 9th x1 John Mendenhall
Theodore 9th x3 Abraham Pierson Jr
Erin 10th John Mendenhall
Alison 18th x1 Elizabeth (FitzHugh) Greystoke

My System

Sample Template for Profiles

I have imported several gedcoms and now doing the edits if you see a background like the one on my profile that is the indicator that I have added all I have or known information on that individual. Those that have gone ahead I will make so others can edit the information except for some in my line which will be trusted.

I have a system that I use after the gedcom is approved.

1. I check for dupes in my watch list and do the merges.

2. Begin working on the profiles. I am trying to do this alphabetically.

A. If married I change the last name to married name. When I check for dupes this shows me both names and I can either reject or merge if the information is the same, where others have both the married and maiden name it is a breeze to go thru the proposed matches quickly. When either the married or maiden is missing it makes it a bit harder.

B. Those that have gone ahead in infancy or childhood I add an angel picture.

C. I do the bio edit including categories. You can mark if never married by choosing the add spouse and at the bottom of the page is a never married button to click. Also if you are sure no issue you can check the no children box. This also gives a neater appearance to the public view.

D. Search for dupes across wiki and initiate a merge or reject.

E. I add pic if I have one

F. Change the privacy settings. If living but at least one parent has gone ahead I choose the option that will reflect that in the public view. Same for if the spouse has gone ahead. Unless the biography section reveals too much information that is best to remain private.

  • My reasoning for this is twofold.
    • 1) The purpose of Wikitree is to create a world tree: by adjusting the privacy setting others can make the connection easier.
    • 2) What I have added to Wikitree only encompasses about 6 generations of my family with known descendants, I manage research for over 20,000 individuals and it takes much of my time.
      • Having the information available to other researchers helps both them and myself.

G. Change the background.

H. Bother Terry when I need military help :-P

I. Make Terry biscuits which I will eat :D

J. I have made more cousin connections using this system.

K. Leave breadcrumbs. On many profiles I do when a spouse with limited family info and no connection to parents I leave breadcrumbs. i.e., Include all the census info in their profiles along with parents and sibling names. If I can get back to them I have some leads to go by. If I cannot and others would like to add the parents and/or siblings then the leads are there to help them. This can also help others when the siblings may match to make a connection.

L. Search for parents and or children within Wikitree with the information found and connect them if possible or note their IDs on the profile.

Back to the Mendenhalls will return to my system again soon.

Acomplete 10/19/2014
B complete 11/01/2014
C complete 01/26/2015
D in progress


The Arnick name has evolved for some branches of the family. When I first noted the change I had my doubts but through research this is true. some took over the new spelling for whatever reason that is unclear. Some variations Arnich, Annick, Annich.

Also it appears to be a custom that when a son is named for his father he is called by his middle name instead of his birth name. Such is the case with my Great Great Grandfather Jacob Arnick. When I first found him married to Anna I could find no prior record of him but a Sebastian kept coming up in the search results. We knew Jacobs middle initial was S but not what it stood for. Research has proven he was born Sebastian Jacob.

The Matter name pronounced "Motter" has also evolved for some branches of the family as is documented on those profiles.

In the case of a relative that married someone with a prior marriage and issue I have added that information to the biography of that person, unless my relative raised those children and was recognized as a parent. my research into my family is extensive and it is just too difficult to research everyone.

As I was trying to find other siblings and being unable to for my Great Grandfather John Clark-15933. I found other baptisms at same church and marriages in the same town as his with same father name listed. Although I have not been able to prove these connections as of yet I followed the lines looking for similarities.

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I sent you a check-in message several days ago about the 1776 Project to ask you about your past and continued involvement but have not yet heard back from you. Do you still want to be in the project?

If I don’t hear from you in a week or so, I’ll assume that you’ve moved on to other things, but you’re most welcome to re-join the project at any time.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best wishes,

Betty -- 1776 Project Leader

posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman
Hi Jacqueline,

It's time for a 1776 Project check-in! Please respond within the next two weeks to let me know if you want to continue as a member of the project. We'd like to know:

  • If you are on the right team or if you'd like to make a change. It's a requirement that every 1776 Project member is a part of one of the project's teams, so if you're not assigned to a team, let us know which team you'd like to join.
  • What you think the project is doing well, and what changes you'd like to see us make?

Please respond to this message by posting a reply below or sending me a private message on WikiTree. If we don’t hear from you within two weeks, we will assume you are no longer interested in participating in the 1776 Project, and your badge will be removed. If you wish to reapply for membership later, we will be happy to have you back.

Many thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you!

Betty - 1776 Project Leader

posted by Betty (Skelton) Norman
Hi, here's a link to a US Civil War Project Challenge you might be interested in: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/1392544/us-civil-war-between-the-states-project-april-2022-challenge
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Jacqueline, I just wanted to thank you for all the work you've done to improve the US Civil War Between the States Project. I'm doing a check-in with all project members and wanted to verify that you're still interested in being a member of the project. Also, any suggestions for the Project would be welcome. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

P Kreutzer, US Civil War Between the States Project Leader.

posted by Pam Kreutzer
Jacqueline nice job on Matter-38, glad your staying with us. If you check out the project page you'll see a couple of new stickers for your own profile page.
posted by Pam Kreutzer

I am checking in on behalf of the 1776 Project to announce the new project membership requirements and to verify that you are still interested in being a member of the project. All project members are being asked to join one of the project teams and also to make at least one project contribution every 6 months. We are also asking all project members to join the project's Google Group for project communications.

If you are interested in remaining with the Project, please reply to this comment or send me a message, request to join the Google Group, and let us know what team you would like to participate on.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all your hard work. If you have any questions, please ask. We would also love to hear any feedback you may have for the project.

If we don't hear back from you we will assume that you no longer wish to participate in the project and if so, you could rejoin at any time as is convenient for you.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

SJ - 1776 Project Leader

posted by SJ Baty
Jacqueline the links to the freespaces are not working or down.

Here is a link to My Genealogy Research

I am not a author but I do share My Writings

This links to many the web pages I created

This is a link to the crafts I Make

Jacqueline I appreciate your profile very much. I would like to know about the html you used to create the boxes, plus more. Can you contact me privately
Jacqueline thank you for adding me to family. I wish you well, keep safe and well. Alice
As part of an annual check-in for the WikiTree US Presidents Project we are asking members if they are planning to continue their contributions to the project. We are establishing a page where everyone can identify the President or Vice President that they wish to manage. Just respond to this message to let me know 1) Are you planning to continue with the Project and 2) do you have a specific President or Vice President that you are interested in.
posted by Robin Lee
yes I wish to continue currently dealing with some health problems. Eisenhower and Nixon I am related to both.
posted by Jacqueline Clark
Robin yes I am interested in continuing regarding the US Presidents Project. Has the page been established so we can identify our Presidential relatives. Does it include their wives or is their a page for them. I evidently am related to several of the wives. Washington, Adams, Grant are just a few. Presently I ram related to 39 Presidents and also related to 34 Presidents wives.

I can add 5 profiles to the Great War project, which instructs us to ask you for the project Badge. Regards Nick Miller

posted by Nick Miller
Hi Jacqueline,

We're sad to inform you that the Black Sheep Project is being dissolved. All BSP's subprojects will be moved in pieces under the Notables Project as categories and perhaps as Teams, depending on interest. Witch Trials will become a subproject of Notables.

Your BSP project member badge will soon be removed. If you'd like to join the Notables project, please let one of us know and we'll get you a Notables badge.

Please email either of us if you have any questions and if you'd like to join the Notables project.

Thanks, Susan McNamee & Traci Thiessen ~Co-leaders, Black Sheep Project

posted by Susan McNamee
Hi Jacqueline,

I sent you a message a while ago on behalf of the Germany Project and have yet to hear back from you. I hope you are well.

If I don't hear from you in the next week or so I will assume you no longer wish to be in the project and go ahead and remove you. You would, of course, be most welcome to rejoin at any time via the G2G sign-up post.

Best wishes,

Kylie :-)

posted by Kylie Haese
i do not recall a message I have been ill with skin cancer and just had surgery although i am still trying to keep an eye on profiles
posted by Jacqueline Clark
Thanks Jacqueline. Hope you are okay. Wikitree can wait. I'm glad you are staying a member of the Germany project :-)

Take care, and focus on your recovery.


posted by Kylie Haese

The Germany/German Roots Project is currently undergoing our member check-in and wanted to verify that you are still active and interested in being a member of the project. Are you currently assigned to or working with one of our Sub-projects or Teams? We have many new teams so have a look on the Germany project page for the list of them. Is there a particular Team or area you are interested in participating with? I would be delighted to help you get setup in one or more of our collaborative teams!

We use Google groups for internal project collaboration, so if you are not yet setup for access feel free to submit a join request and we will get that approved as quick as possible. We also ask that members check their follwed tags to make sure you are following the correct project tag (GERMANY) so you don't miss any disucssions in G2G.

We really appreciate your contributions on WikiTree, and thank you for all the work you have been doing. We look forward to hearing back from you and that you will decide to be part of the project as we move forward with the new teams for the project.

Please respond by email. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Kylie ~ Germany Project Leader

posted by Kylie Haese
Thanks for the reminder about the Mendenhall website. I'm not doing any updates, for now. I only have my phone and the small screen makes it too hard. It's at the top of my list.
posted by Michelle Francis
Mildenhall-46. Thanks for yours but none of the five citations listed for his date of birth are considered valid citations for a pre-1700 profile. None are primary source documentation or backed by primary source documentation. I placed a Research Note on the profile from the late Herbert Standing who has made a comment about the three frequently cited Mendenhall books lacking credible source information. We know from the will this is the correct lineage but there is as yet nothing to support this commonly seen date of birth.
posted by T Stanton
Thank you for responding, Jacqueline.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, any previous responses or notations on project members roles within the Black Sheep project or any sub-projects became inaccessible.

I apologize for any inconvenience.

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Hello, Jacqueline,

It has been a few weeks since we contacted you about your participation in the Black Sheep Project and as we haven't heard from you, we are following up to make sure you wish to remain a member.

We understand that interests shift as we grow our shared tree and that some members may have moved on to projects more pertinent to the branches they are currently building. If this is the case for you, please let us know.

If we do not hear back from you within the week, we will assume you have moved on to other things for the moment and remove you from the project. Please know that you will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you so much for your participation; we genuinely appreciate it.

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Thanks for your continued interest in the US Presidents Project. You will receive additional information on your “duties” in the coming weeks. In the meantime, if you would like to add this template to your profile. It creates the connection to a specific President. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Template:US_President_Relative A list of the Presidents can be found at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Presidential_Project_Page
posted by Robin Lee
Any luck on Elizabeth Mendenhall Luce?

Luce is connected to Lane and in same states about same time frame.. Kansas is 1. Paris Mendenhall in Kansas.. My Luce has a Paris Mendenhall Lane.. In Kansas, Missouri and Illinois kept poor records lol

posted by Betty Jo Bunker
Hi Jacqueline!

Congratulations on making more than 1,000 contributions to WikiTree for the Month of May. We all appreciate your efforts to make our Shared Tree the best it can be. Keep up the great work and THANK YOU!

Pip Sheppard WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hello Jacqueline,

On behalf of the Project Black Sheep Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you most enjoy contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Butch Smith ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Butch Smith
Is there anyone we can connect her to?


posted by Maggie N.
Oh wow. Just saw that sparkling blue rose image...where is the page where this is stored? Love it.
posted by Maggie N.

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