"Huo" to "Hz" Obituaries

From Geneva Daily Times 12 July 1906

Mrs. Margaretta Hurd, wife of the late Edgar Hurd, died this morning at her home, No. 584 South Main street. The deceased was 85 years old and has resided in this city her entire life. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mann and Miss Schuyler of Watkins, and a granddaughter, Miss Mary S. Hurd of this city. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at Trinity church. Burial Glenwood Cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 22 September 1893

Honeoye, N. Y. - Mrs. Mary E. Hurlbert,
the widow of Norman Hurlbert, died on Thursday, September 14, aged 68 years. The funeral services were held on Friday, and the burial was in the Hunt's Hollow Cemetery. She leaves one son.

From Geneva Gazette 16 June 1830

Died, suddenly, at Castleton, in the town of Seneca, on the 11th inst., Doct. Gilman H. Hurlburt, in the 48th year of his age. The loss of this distinguished physician will be much regretted. The clearness of his perception, the soundness of his judgment, his faithful discharge of professional duties, the deep solicitude always evinced by him to mitigate the sufferings of the sick, his devoted attachment to his amiable family, and his filial kindness and unremitting care of an aged and helpless mother, altogether, have combined to secure to him a numerous circle of the warmest friends, who will, with the writer of this, long and deeply regret his loss.

From Ontario County Journal 23 September 1881

Naples, N. Y. -
On Sunday night a young girl, just entering into womanhood, was taken -- Ida Hurlburt, aged 15, daughter of Mrs. Laura Mahan of West Hollow, in this town. She was stricken down with typhoid fever and died after a short illness. Her funeral was attended by Rev. Mr. Lowell on Tuesday, and her remains taken to Hunt's Hollow for interment.

From Geneva Daily Times 7 October 1905

Shortsville, N. Y.  - Mark Hurlburt,
an aged resident of the town of Victor, died at his home on Thursday, at the age of 86 years. He was the youngest son of Russell and Betsey Hurlburt, and was born in Great Barrington, Mass., May 30 1819. When a lad of thirteen he came with his parents to Victor, where he had since resided. At the age of nineteen he married Miss Amanda Crandall, who died in 1857. His second wife was Mrs. Eliza Efford, who with her two sons, George Hurlburt of Victor, and Frank Hurlburt of Shortsville, survives him. He is also survived by one other son, Henry Hurlburt of Fresno, Cal.; one daughter, Mrs. Wendell P. Davis of Greenleaf, Kansas, and one step-daughter, Mrs. Charles M. Sisco, of Shortsville. Mr. Hurlburt had resided in the town of Victor, about one and a half miles from the village, for about fifty-nine years, and was a well-known and respected citizen. He was one of the contractors who built the first railroad through Victor village, having teams and gangs of men under his supervision, and long before the war was a lieutenant of the militia. He was a skillful drummer, and had followed the old custom of "drumming in" all the Republican presidents from the time of William Henry Harrison down to the first election of Theodore Roosevelt. It was a great disappointment to him that he was not well enough to carry out the custom at the election last fall. His father and uncle, Russell and John Hurlburt, built and ran the first woolen mill on the Hudson river.

From Ontario County Journal 3 December 1909

Rushville, N. Y. -
The death of Mrs. Ellen Hurley occurred at the home of her son, John Hurley, in this village on Nov. 24, at the age of 74 years. For 22 years the deceased had been an invalid, and for eight months had been confined to her bed. During all these years she has been a patient sufferer and has been cared for by her son and daughter. When 16 years of age, she came to this country, and soon afterward married Patrick Hurley. Six children were born to them, five of whom survive: John and Edward and Mrs. Mary Burns, of this village; Mrs. Ellen Mooney of Canandaigua and Mrs. Catherine Kelly of Geneva; also one sister, Mrs. Patrick Merriman of Geneva.

From Geneva Daily Times 24 January 1908

Patrick Hurley
died at his home in Rushville last night. Mr. Hurley was about 80 years old and had lived in Rushville for about 45 years. He leaves two sons and three daughters. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.

From Victor Herald 30 March 1900

Mrs. Margaret Hurley,
wife of the late Joseph Hurley, died at her late home on West Main street, in this village. Saturday morning, March 24, at the age of 45 years. Mrs. Hurley had many friends in this community, who mourns her death and deeply sympathize with her children in their great loss. Mrs. Hurley had been ill for some time and a great sufferer. She is survived by several small children, the youngest being about two years of age. The funeral services were held in St. Patrick's church, on Tuesday morning. Interment in the Catholic cemetery in this village.

From Geneva Daily Times 23 February 1915

Hall, N. Y. - Thomas A. Hush
died Thursday, February 18th, at 7 o'clock a.m. of bronchial pneumonia. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late home, Rev. A. B. Temple, officiating. The burial was on the family lot at the Little Union Church Cemetery. Mr. Hush was born in the town of Gorham, Aug. 22, 1857. For thirty-three years he has been a resident of Hall. September 6, 1893, he was married to Jessie S. Seymour of Olean, New York, who survives him. He leaves a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. His father, Charles Hush; his mother, Margaret Hush, and three sisters, Jennie Mary and Georgiana, were all born in Scotland, coming to this country some years ago, all of whom are now dead. His mother and sister "Georgie" died the same day twenty-three years ago of pneumonia and Rev. Dr. Temple officiated at that time at the double funeral.

From Ontario County Journal 21 May 1909

Cheshire, N. Y. -
The funeral of Floyd Hutchens, who passed away on Friday evening, at the age of 68 years, was largely attended on Monday afternoon, from his late home. Dr. J. H. France, of Naples, a personal friend, conducted the services. Burial in Pine Bank cemetery. Deceased leaves, besides his wife, one son, Dr. W. B. Hutchens, of Rockaway Beach, N. J., and one daughter, Mrs. George Mallory, of this place; four brothers, H. L. Hutchens of Canandaigua; Nodiah Hutchens and Dr. J. W. Hutchens of Cheshire, and Charles Hutchens of Olean.

From Geneva Daily Times 13 September 1904

Canandaigua, N. Y. -
The funeral of Mrs. H. L. Hutchens, who died at the Memorial hospital Saturday, was held from her late residence, on Chapin street yesterday afternoon, and was one of the most largely attended funerals of the year. The members of the Woman's Relief Corps, of the A. M. Murray Post, G. A. R. members of the Baptist church and society and other organizations were present, as well as the hosts of other friends of the deceased. Beautiful floral tributes filled the room in profusion. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. J. Scott Ebersole of the Baptist church assisted by Rev. A. T. Dougall, of the Presbyterian church. A quartette composed of Mrs. Grace Lines Bacon and Frank B. Spencer, of Rochester, Mrs. J. M. Ridenour and Edson Robinson of this place, rendered the music. Burial was at Woodlawn.

From Ontario County Journal 9 July 1909

Hiram L. Hutchens
died at his home on Chapin street at a late hour on Monday night, following an illness of about two weeks duration from a complication of ailments. He was stricken suddenly and violently ill on June 20, but appeared to rally somewhat until about five days before his death, since which time he slowly failed. The members of his family were with him when the end came. Funeral services were conducted at the home yesterday afternoon by Rev. J. Scott Ebersole, of the Baptist church, and at the grave in Woodlawn masonic services were held. The bearers were Major Peter Schlick, G. A. DeGraff, Alexander Davidson, H. H. Ferguson, E. C. Church and G. G. Leiser.

Hiram Livermore Hutchens was born in Canandaigua township near Cheshire, on April 15, 1839. His father was Henry Hutchens, a native of Yates county, who early settled near Cheshire and was one of the sturdy farmers of that section. His mother was Polly Livermore, of this town. He was raised upon the farm, and when the Civil war broke out, became a member of the 148th New York Volunteers. He was early advanced to corporal, then to sergeant, and later served in the quartermaster's department, in which he remained until the end of the war. After the taking of Richmond, he was located in that city and had charge of the distribution of rations to the city's destitute poor. Following the close of the war he returned to this village, where he entered the mercantile business, in which he was continuously engaged until 1900, when, on account of ailing health, he gave up active business.

From Ontario County Journal 29 November 1889

Cheshire, N. Y. - Mrs. Luella Hutchens,
wife of Dr. Hutchens, died Friday morning, Nov. 22d, after a long and painful illness. She was the youngest and last surviving daughter of James E. and Julia Chase, of this village, and was fondly looked upon by them as the solace and comfort of their declining years. She was a woman of rare social endowments, and being of a sympathetic nature, the sick and the needy always found in her a true friend. She was a member of the Baptist church in Canandaigua. Being possessed of excellent taste, she was always at the front in making arrangements for Sabbath school and other entertainments. Funeral services were held at the church here last Sunday, which was filled to overflowing and was literally a house full of mourners. Seventeen carriages full of relatives followed the remains to the cemetery where she was buried by the side of her two sisters and brother who had preceded her. Several relatives and friends from Rome and Amsterdam came here and attended the funeral, Rev. I. M. Langworthy conducting the service. She leaves a husband and four children, besides her father and mother and a great many other relatives, to mourn her loss. The families have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement. May the Heavenly Father guide and protect the afflicted families and keep them unto a glad reunion beyond the river.

From Ontario County Chronicle 14 September 1904

Saturday morning at the Thompson Hospital the death occurred of Mrs. Mary Abigail Townsend Hutchens following an operation for the removal of an internal cancer. The death of Mrs. Hutchens was a shock to her many friends as she had been in apparent good health until a short time ago when she was taken sick and removed to the hospital. Mrs. Hutchens was 63 years of age, being born in the town of Canandaigua near the village of Cheshire in December 1841. She was a woman of fine Christian character, prominent in church and charitable work, having been for years a prominent member of the Baptist church  and a prominent member of its women's societies, she being president of the Ladies' Aid Society. She was also a leading spirit of the Women's Relief Corps of Albert M. Murray Post and held prominent office in that organization.  She is survived by her husband, H. L. Hutchens; three sons, William C. of Johnstown, N. Y., Frank L., the well-known artist and Floyd G., an attorney of this place; also one daughter, Mrs. R. R. Scott of Buffalo; two sisters, Mrs. Ada L. Case of Ypsilanti, Mich., and Mrs. Russell Persons of Hopewell; besides two brothers, W. S. and Hezekiah E. Townsend of this place. The funeral which was largely attended was held from her late residence on Chapin street at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon, interment being in Woodlawn Cemetery.

From Canandaigua Chronicle 13 December 1905

Friday morning at 5:30 o'clock at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Clarence Mullen, Chapin street, occurred the death of Mrs. Polly E. Hutchens. Mrs. Hutchens was the widow of Henry Hutchens, who died 16 years ago. Most of her life was spent in Cheshire where she had her home. The deceased is survived by five sons, Hiram L. Hutchens of this place, Nodiah, Floyd and Dr. John Hutchens of Cheshire, and Charles Hutchens of Bradford, Pa. At the time of her death Mrs. Hutchens was
one of the oldest members of the Baptist church here, being 87 years of age.

From Geneva Daily Times 11 March 1907

Frank J. Hutchins, aged 37 years, died this morning at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bell, No. 410 Main street. He is survived by a widow, a father, Albert Hutchins of Bath; and one brother, Frederick Hutchins of Pittsburgh, Pa. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery.

From Geneva Courier 7 March 1843

Mrs. Amelia Hutchinson
, wife of Julius C. Hutchinson of Seneca, aged about 50 years, committed suicide on the 24th ultimo by cutting her throat with a razor.  The verdict of the Jury states, "that for the last four months she had been insane, the insanity being caused by the promulgation of the doctrine of Perfection, and that her death was caused by cutting her throat from ear to ear with a razor on the 24th instant, in which situation she lived three hours and forty-five minutes. Geneva Advertiser

From Geneva Daily Times 1 April 1905

Mrs. Caroline A. Hutchinson,
seventy-four years old, died at the home of her son, Joseph Hutchinson, No. 12 Worthington avenue, at 8 o'clock last night after an extended illness. The deceased was a life-long resident of this vicinity and was born at Stanley in 1831. She received her education at Starkey seminary and was married forty-six ago to Joseph Hutchinson, who died six years ago. Mrs. Hutchinson was a communicant of St. Peter's church. She is survived by four children, Grant of Sayre, Pa., Joseph and George of this city and Mrs. Annie of Rose Hill. Also by three step-children, William Hutchinson of Delevan, Kan., Charles Hutchinson and Mrs. Sarah Berryman of this city. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house, Rev. J. B. Hubbs, pastor of St. Peter's church officiating. Burial will be in Sand Hill cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 2 November 1894

North Bloomfield, N. Y. - Christiana Hutchinson,
wife of Norman Hutchinson, was found dead Sunday morning about 10:30 o'clock at her home. Death was caused from an epileptic fit and heart failure. She leaves a husband and son, William, of this place to mourn her loss. The funeral was held Tuesday at 10 o'clock at the house, Rev. J. P. Eastman officiating. Burial was at the village cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 24 June 1910

Stanley, N. Y. - James Hutchinson,
an aged and respected resident of this vicinity, passed away at his home on Sunday afternoon, after a brief illness, aged 85 years. Death was due to bronchial pneumonia. Deceased was born in England, but had been a resident of this place for nearly 60 years. Mr. Hutchinson married Miss Martha Proudfit of this place, with whom he spent 45 years of life. To this union three children were born: Mrs. Joseph Cooper, Mrs. J. P. Williams and one son, John, all of this village. He had lived for the past 65 years on the farm where he died. He was a kind neighbor and much respected in this community. Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon. Rev. A. B. Temple officiated. Burial was in No. 9 cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 21 September 1903

Mrs. Janet Hutchinson
of Flint Creek died at that place Saturday, aged sixty-four years. The deceased is survived by two sons and one daughter. The funeral was held from her late home at that place at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Burial was made in Sand Hill cemetery.

From Victor Herald 16 August 1901

John Hutchinson,
a resident in the vicinity of Mendon, Fishers and Victor for forty-five years, died suddenly Saturday evening, at his home in Victor. He was apparently in his usual health, although he had complained somewhat of a stomach trouble for a few days. He went to his home about noon on Saturday and soon afterward was seized with convulsions, death resulting a few hours later of spinal meningitis. He was the eldest son of the late Samuel and Anna Cleland, of Mendon, and was born in County Antrim, Ireland, 55 years ago. When ten years of age he emigrated with his parents to America and located in the vicinity where he had resided ever since, with the exception of a few years spent in Mt. Morris and Minnesota. Besides his wife, seven children survive, also three brothers and three sisters.

From Geneva Gazette September 29 1899

a well-known farmer, died at his home, two miles north of Geneva, Wednesday evening, aged 84 years.  He is survived by five sons and two daughters.

From Ontario County Chronicle 8 January 1902

Stanley, N. Y. - William R. Hutchinson
died Thursday morning, aged 70 years, and was buried in Sand Hill cemetery. Deceased was a lifelong resident of this place, living on a farm about two miles north of the village. He is survived by a wife, two sons and a daughter.

From Geneva Daily Times 28 May 1912

Charles Hyatt,
aged about 80 years, died at his home on Reese street at 6:10 o'clock this morning, after an illness of eight years. He is survived by his wife and five sons, Fred of Lockport, Harry, Frank, William and Walter of Geneva. Funeral tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the house, Dr. Sills officiating. Interment at Glenwood Cemetery.

From Geneva Daily Times 23 February 1897

Lavina Hyatt,
who died Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock at the age of 50 years, was buried Thursday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted by A. W. Broadway, at the family residence on Wadsworth street at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Interment was made in Glenwood. Mrs. Hyatt is survived by her husband and three sons, Frederick and Seymour of Geneva and Spencer of Seneca Falls.

From Geneva Daily Times 21 January 1897

Mrs. Mabel W. Hyatt
died at her home on Wadsworth street at 2 o'clock this morning after an illness of four days. The cause of death came about through the effects of childbirth, which proved fatal for one so young. Mrs. Hyatt gave birth to a girl baby last Tuesday from the effects of which she suffered until death relieved her. Dr's. Clapp, Delaney and Stebbins were in attendance. Mrs. Hyatt was the wife of Fredrick Hyatt, her age was sixteen years six months and seven days. The deceased is survived by her mother, Mrs. F. S. Brown of William street and her husband, Frederick Hyatt. The funeral will take place at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon conducted by Dr. M. B. Remick at the house, interment will be made at Waterloo.

From Geneva Daily Times 8 October 1909

Mrs. Mary M. Hyatt,
wife of Seymour J. Hyatt, died yesterday afternoon at the City Hospital. She is survived by her husband and three children. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family residence, No. 26 West avenue, and at 3:30 o'clock from the First Presbyterian church. Rev. W. W. Weller, pastor, will officiate and interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery.

From Geneva Gazette 25 March 1892

Obituary - Capt. Seymour Hyatt
died at his residence on Exchange St. on the 20th inst.  His age was about 70 years.  For many years he was employed in the steamboat service on Seneca Lake, both under John H. Johnston as owner of the line, and of the Arnots as subsequent owners, and finally of Wm. B. Dunning as principal owner and manager.  He began service as a deckhand, then became a pilot, and subsequently captain of one of the towing steamers.  He was faithful, efficient and courteous in every station.  He was forced to give up boating many years ago on account of failing health.  His widow, who is a daughter of the late Lewis Corwin, survives him.  During the latter days of his illness, Rev. Dr. Rankine visited him by request, administered to him the consolations of religion and received his devout confession of faith.  He had been baptized in infancy.  His funeral took place Wednesday last from the house, Rev. Dr. Rankine officiating.  Interment in Glenwood cemetery.

From Ontario County Journal 29 January 1897

One of the oldest residents, Mrs. Caroline Hyde, widow of Henry Hyde, of Bristol street, died early Sunday morning of apoplexy. She sustained an apoplectic shock just a week prior to her death, and the second and fatal stroke came on Saturday last. Deceased was in her 84th year; she had resided in Canandaigua for 60 years. She is survived by a son, Henry J. Hyde of LaFayette, Ind., and two daughters, Mrs. C. H. Welton of Rochester, and Miss Isabelle Hyde of this place.

From Ontario County Journal 18 April 1884

Deacon Henry Hyde,
who died at his home in this village on the morning of the 9th inst., was born at Nassau, N. Y., August 10, 1884 (sic). He was a resident of Canandaigua continuously for fifty years. Thirty-two of those years he was employed in the shoe store of Edwin Lines, and fulfilled his duties there with the most scrupulous fidelity and honesty. His late employer speaks of him in terms of high and earnest eulogy, as a man of unswerving and admirable Christian character, whose daily life harmonized completely with the faith he professed. His wife and five children -- two sons and three daughters -- survive him. One of the daughters is the wife of Mr. Gaylord Howland, and another the wife of Mr. Charles B. Welton. For more than forty years Deacon Hyde was one of the most prominent and devoted members of the Baptist church here, and with zealous and faithful efficiency he discharged his duties as an office-bearer in the church. The funeral service was held at the residence on Bristol street last Saturday afternoon, Rev. C. E. Hiscox officiating, and the remains were interred in the West Avenue Cemetery.

From Ontario County Chronicle 16 April 1902

Joseph H. Hyde,
overseer of the poor in this village, died at his home Monday night, aged 55 years. Death was due to pulmonary trouble. He leaves a wife and two children.

From Geneva Daily Times 20 July 1895

Mrs. Marietta Hyde
passed away at her home in Manchester on Wednesday, July 11th at the age of 80 years.

From Ontario County Journal 22 September 1882

Canadice, N. Y. - Martha Hyde,
wife of Caleb B. Hyde, died on Monday, the 11th inst., of a complication of diseases. She was highly esteemed in the community and will be greatly missed by many beside her husband and three children. Her funeral was held on Tuesday at the church, the Rev. Jolly, of Hemlock Lake, officiating.

From Geneva Gazette 20 June 1884

A Sudden Death - At a quarter past 12 o'clock yesterday noon, Mr. P. P. Hyde died very suddenly at his residence, North Main st.  The deceased was afflicted some three or four years ago with some heart trouble, which however passed off in a few weeks, himself and family hoping never to return.  But about three weeks ago he experienced a recurrence of the trouble, which was attended by periods of acute pain.  Yesterday morning he arose very early and worked in his garden till breakfast time.  After partaking of the morning meal he went to his store and remained there till about ten o'clock, when his bodily sufferings became so alarming that he sought his home.  Rest brought him no relief, and at the hour first above indicated he passed suddenly and peacefully away.

Phineas P. Hyde was a native of Jordansville, Herkimer county, where he resided until about the year 1868, when he bought and has since occupied the dwelling wherein he breathed his last.  The first few years of his residence among us he was engaged in no business; subsequently he established a grocery on Castle near Main st., and by giving it close personal attention and by courteous treatment of customers he secured a liberal patronage.  He was thoroughly honest and conscientious in all dealings with his fellow-men.  He was a member of the Baptist church and performed his whole duty in its service.

Mr. Hyde was born Jan. 22, 1812, making his age 72 years, four months, 27 days.  He leaves a wife and two daughters, one of the latter (Mrs. Pratt) having her home with him, the other, also married, still residing at Jordansville, whither the remains will be conveyed, (probably tomorrow), for interment.

From Ontario Republican Times 19 March 1862

Corporal John Hyland,
of Canadice, attached to Captain Wood's company, 13th Regt. N. Y. S. V., died on the 26th of February. Intelligence of the sad event was conveyed to his wife in the following communication:

Fort Corcoran, Va., March 1, 1862
Mrs. Mary J. Hyland:
Dear Madam: You have doubtless, before this, received the sorrowful intelligence of the death of your husband. The fatal result was as unexpected to us as it could possibly have been to you, for, though very sick, yet, he had commenced to improve and was pronounced out of danger. He received the very best attention from his comrades, having constant attention from Sergt. Hartman, Sergt. Wilson and Corporal Claven; but a sudden change in the weather affected him so much as to cause him to fall rapidly, and he expired about 12 hours thereafter, in the evening of the 26th February. His death was easy, and it is gratifying to me to add, that he seemed to be at peace with all the world, and fully prepares to enter upon the world to come.

From his kind disposition and honorable character, he had so endeared himself to us, that we mourn him as a brother, and I hereby extend to you the condolence and sympathy of his late comrades, all of whom join with me cheerfully. His disease was typhoid pneumonia, following the measles, which in almost all cases proves fatal. Upon his decease, I telegraphed to my father, at Dansville, to inform you and notify us what disposition to make of his remains; but getting no reply, we had today given him a fitting burial. The expenses were borne, as he desired, out of his own funds.

We have marching orders, and shall soon leave this spot; are expecting to go every hour -- it was this that made it impossible for us to wait longer to hear from you. Again tendering to you my deepest sympathies, and desiring that you will not fail to write me if I can be of any further service to you. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Ralph T. Wood, Capt., 13th N. Y. S. V.

The disinterred remains of Mr. Hyland arrived at Canadice on the 7th, and were buried, with military honors, Sunday, the 9th. An appropriate feeling and patriotic discourse was pronounced on the occasion by Elder Justin at the Baptist meeting house.

From Geneva Daily Times 17 April 1917

Mrs. Mary Tulette Hyna, aged 32 years, wife of Constant P. Hyna of the White Springs Rd., died yesterday afternoon at the Geneva City Hospital of pleuro pneumonia after an illness of a little over a year. She leaves besides her husband two small children, a son and daughter; her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. James Tulette of the Waterloo Road; and two sisters.  Funeral will be held at 2 o'clock at the residence with the Rev. Ralph S. Cushman of the First Methodist Church officiating.  Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery.

From Geneva Gazette 1 June 1814

In Farmington, the 12th May, Mr. Timothy Hyna, aged 60.  While engaged in moving a hive of bees, he was stung in four or five places on the side of the face and neck.  His sons led him about ten rods to a fence, he being apparently unable to walk without aid, and left him to call their mother.  They ran to the house, about 5 rods distant, and ere their return he fell, and expired in less than one hour.  This fatal occurrence should be a warning to others.

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