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HOWITT MEMORIAL CHURCH

Howitt Memorial ChurchUntil 1983, at the corner of lot 10, concession 5 in Puslinch, there stood a little country church, then known as Howitt Memorial. A few yards to the west of this building was where the first little church stood.

This church, built in 1845, was on the property of John Howitt, and was built of logs boarded over on the outside. It had a cottage roof and two windows on each side, while the seats inside were plain, hard, straight-back seats.

This was a Methodist church and known as Kirkland Church, to some, it was known as Kirkland's Apportionment and it was here a Miss Agnes Lawrence taught the older girls of the community, this being before No. 12 school was built.

West and south of the church is a little cemetery of about one acres. A few of those resting there are: David Stirton who was M.P. for south Wellington and for many years Postmaster in Guelph; James Meakin, a British war veteran who fought in the Battle of Waterloo; and Edmund F. Heath who also served in the Battle of Waterloo where he won the rank of colonel.

First used as a community burying ground in the late 1850's. When John Howitt provided a deed to "...Thomas Ellis, Edward Ellis of Puslinch Twp. and William Ellis of Waterloo Twp. all being members of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada in connection with the English Conference..." deed dated 1 day of August 1868. This cemetery was to serve the "Kirkland Congregation" which had been established during the 1840's as a site for a church building as well as a burying ground.

Men, whose farms were separated only by a rail fence, now lie sleeping even closer together in the little graveyard. May their successors, when their time comes to lay down their burden, leave as good a name and as dear a memory as those old time trail blazers of Puslinch. This is not a deserted country cemetery, but one with perpetual care.

This church served the community for forty years. Then it was deemed necessary to build a new one. The new church was built of stone, donated by and taken off the farm of Alfred Howitt. Day after day, men laboured with their teams and wagons, breaking and hauling the stone. The appointment at that time was on the Hespeler circuit and the minister was Rev. Robert Coe Henders. He donned his working clothes and came on horseback from Hespeler to work side by side with the men of his congregation.

A meeting was called to decide on a name for the new church. Alfred Howitt's suggestion that it be called Memorial Church, in memory of those gone before was adopted.

An extra large stone was chosen to be placed directly over the door and the name was to be put on it. However, in putting it up, the stone was broken. In its place was put a plain white slab, and on it written "Memorial Church". In later years sometime between 1902 and 1907, the name was changed to "Howitt Memorial" and it remains that.

The opening date was December 1888. The new church was heated by two box stoves and lit by six hanging lamps which were bronze and black with white shades.

One of the many men who served as minister was the late Mr. Habermehl of Preston. He served there for over twenty years. A few years ago, a plaque was unveiled in the church in his memory.

The same little organ still served as well as in 1888. In a little anteroom just inside the front door was an old seat taken out of the first log church.

Among the names of the congregation in those days you would find Salt, Evans, Metcalf Smith, Howitt, Ireland, Rudel, Heath, Eagle and Thompson. The Rudels, who were Presbyterians and attended Hespeler Presbyterian church, gave freely of their time and talent especially in music, both vocal and as organist. The youngest daughter, Lilly, married Mr. Wilkinson, a student minister in the charge and they went to China as missionaries.

When Church Union occurred in 1925, Howitt Memorial became a United Church, but it was closed in 1929. Serious vandalism to the unoccupied building occurred in the next five decades, and in 1983 the Church was demolished.

The history of Howitt Memorial Church is courtesy of Lyla Hayden whose mother, the late Mrs. George Lewis (Nee Heath), wrote this history of Howitt Memorial Church.

Tenders for Stone Church

Sealed tenders received for the erection of a stone church at Kirkland's appointment Puslinch. Tenders received for the mason work, carpentering, plastering and painting for the completion of the whole work.

Plans and specifcations may be seen at the residence of Alfred Howitt, P.L.S., up to March 11th, after wich time they may be seen at the Methodist parsonage, Hespeler to March 20th.

The Building Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest price or any tender. Rev. R.C. Henders, Chairman Building Committee, Hespeler

Guelph Mercury
Saturday March 3, 1888

Hespeler Items - Social

A social will be given in aid of Kirkland's Church, Puslinch at Alfred Howitt's on Monday evening, July 2nd.

Guelph Mercury
Wednesday June 27, 1888

Soiree and Musical Festival at Puslinch

On Thursday evening the 22nd, a soiree was held in Kirkland's Chapel, Puslinch and proved to be a grand success. The want of an organ has long been felt in leading the psalmody in that congregation and a few of the leading members and their friends thought that the best plan to raise funds for that purpose was to hold a soiree. Over 200 tickets having been sold and over $13 taken at the door, gives them the handsome sum of about $70 to start with.

Owing to press of election business, Mr. D. Stirton, M.P. was unable to attend but he compensated as far as possible for his absence by sending a handsome donation. James Anderson, Springfield, was called to the chair. A very able and eloquent address was delivered by Rev. Cookman, Berlin. Addresses were also made by Messrs. Ellis, Little, Kirkland and Glennie. The choir, under the able leadership of Mr. Glennie, performed some beautiful pieces of music, Miss Kirkland presiding at the organ findly furnished for the occasion by Messrs. Jackson & Co.

On the following day, ample provision being left from the previous evening, invitations were sent to Messrs, Kilgour and Downie, school teachers in the adjoining sections, to come and bring the children with them. This was done and the children with their parents, spent a very pleasant afternoon in singing and reciting.

Such reunions must have a good effect on the community, there being present representatives of all nationalities and must be a cheering relief for the teachers from their arduous duties.

After spending three hours very pleasantly, all separated highly delighted with the afternoon's entertainment.

Guelph Mercury
Monday July 26, 1874

Hespeler Correspondence - A New Church

The residents of the 4th concession of Puslinch are going to build a new church on the corner of Dr. Howitt's farm, a few feet from where the old Kirkland Church now stands. The money is nearly all raised and the building of it will go on at once. It will be stone.

Guelph Mercury
Wednesday February 22, 1888

Kirkland Sunday School

At the close of the Sunday School picnic at the Kirkland appoinment (Methodist) on Monday, Rev. R.C. Henders, Hespeler, who has charge thereof, was quietly presented with purse of money on the occasion of his departure for Lucan.

Guelph Mercury
Tuesday July 2, 1889

Social and Presentation in Puslinch

On Tuesday evening a tea social of a very enjoyable character was given in connection with the Kirkland Methodist Church, at the residence of James H. Glennie. About three hundred guests were present, while perhaps fully a third of that numbers was from Guelph. All thoroughly enjoyed themselves and, after the refreshments had been partaken of by all, James Anderson of Springfield, was called to the chair and able addresses were delivered by Rev. McAllister of Ellis Chapel, and Rev. Leith. Besides the addresses, a very interesting programme, consisting of music and recitations was gone through with. The songs, rendered by Messrs. Henderson, Gerrie and others were much appreciated. Towards the close of the proceedings Rev. McAllister and Rev. Leith were made the recipients of tastely wallets, containing $30 each, accompanied by an address.

Guelph Mercury
Wednesday January 31 1877

Sunday School Convention

The annual convention of the Sunday School workers of the township of Puslinch will be held in Kirkland's Church on the 21st. A number of prominent speakers will have the meeting in charge and excellent addresses will be delivered.

Guelph Mercury
Thursday June 16, 1892

Ministers

1842-1844 FAWCETT Thomas

FAWCETT, Thomas was born in 1808 in Scarboro, Yorkshire, England and was killed on the Great Western Railway March 19, 1859 and was buried at St. George United Church. Wesleyn Methodist. He was received on trial in 1833 at Toronto Twp., 1832 Dumfries South, (Brant Co.), 1833 Toronto Twp, 1834 Newmarket, 1835 Whitby, 1836 Yonge Street, 1837 ordained at St. Thomas, 1838-1839 Oxford, 1840-1841 Malahide/Goderich became the first resident minister., 1841 Adelaide, 1842-1843 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1844 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1844-1846 Brantford/Grand River, 1847 Woodstock, 1847-1848 Fredericksburg, 1847-1849 Sarnia, 1850 Chatham, 1851-1852 St. Mary's, 1853-1855 St. George (Brant Co.), 1856-1858 Grand River, 1858 Onondaga (Brant Co.),

1861-1863 TUCKER Richard L.

TUCKER, Richard Lyle was born in 1827 in England and died on May 23, 1875, Wesleyan Methodist. He was received on trial in 1856-1857 at Strathroy. He was a son-in-law of Rev. William Lyle Tucker. 1858-1860 Georgetown/Acton/Esquesing (Halton Co.), 1860-1863 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1861 Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1861-1863 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1862 Camp Meeting, Elora, 1862-1863 Pilkington/Woolwich/Wellesley (Wellington Co.), 1864 Glen Allan Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.) , 1864-1865 Hollin Maryborough Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1867 Fergus/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1867-1868 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.), 1869 Adolphustown, 1869-1870 Bath and Amherst Island, 1870 Fredericksburg (Addington), 1871-1873 Port Albino/Bath (Lennox Co.), 1874 Port Rowan

1885-1888 HENDERS Richard Coe

HENDERS, Richard Coe New Connexion, was received on trial in 1873 at Middleton, 1874 Ancaster, 1877 Binbrook, 1885-1888 Hespler Circuit and Howitt Memorial Puslinch Twp.(Wellington Co.) 1889 Lucan

Early Members

Surname Given Name Father Mother Birthplace Birth Date Baptized Date Death Date Minister

ANDERSON Ada born 1860 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. married William Epis Meth

ANDERSON James lived at "Springfield" Puslinch Twp.

ANDERSON William born 1826 Ireland 1871 farmer living Puslinch Twp. Con 10 Lot 36

ANDERSON William born 1856 Ontario 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. married Ada Epis Meth

CRANE Eliza (Woodford) born 1833 died 1922 buried Howitt Memorial

CRANE Elizabeth born 1846 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. married James WM

CRANE Harry born Jan 29 1885 died Feb 28 1916 buried Howitt Memorial Robert Susan

CRANE Ida James Elizabeth born 1879 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

CRANE James born 1826 married June 10 1845 1895 living Puslinch Twp. at Fairbank Farm

CRANE James born 1818 England 1871 farmer living Puslinch Twp. Con 5 Lot 16

CRANE James A. born 1855 Ontario died 1895 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. married Elizabeth Kirkland WM

CRANE John born 1833 England died 1918 buried Howitt Memorial 1871 living Puslinch Twp. married Eliza Woodford

CRANE John John Eliza born 1865 died 1875 buried Howitt Memorial Cemetery

CRANE Susan (Sevill) born Sep 7, 1845 died Aug 3, 1902 buried Howitt Memorial married Robert

CRANE Robert James (?) born July 19, 1846 died Feb 18, 1911 buried Howitt Memorial married Susan Sevill

CRANE Thomas born July 2, 1884 died Sep 28, 1904 buried Howitt Memorial Robert Susan

CRANE William John Eliza born 1861 died 1894 buried Howitt Memorial

EAGLE Elijah James Emily Puslinch born 1858-09-15 baptised 1862-09-15 Puslinch Tucker, Rev. R.L. 1871 farmer Puslich Con 7 Lot 6,

EAGLE Elizabeth James Emily Puslinch born 1862-07-11 baptised 1862-09-15 Puslinch Tucker, Rev. R.L. 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

EAGLE Matilda James Emily Puslinch born 1860-09-26 baptised 1862-09-15 Puslinch Tucker, Rev. R.L.

EVANS James John Jane born 1811 Stafordshire England died 1891 arrived in Puslinch 1836 with his father Farmer Puslinch Census of 1841 and 1851 1 Story, 1 Family Log House, lots 4 and 5, con. 4, married Sarah Deville 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. WM

EVANS James James Sarah born 1844 Ontario 1851 attending school living Puslinch Twp. 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 2 Lot 20, settled in Leamington, where he is a prosperous merchant 1906

EVANS John C. William Mary born 1847 died 1922 buried Howitt Memorial

EVANS John James Sarah Puslinch born 1840-09-20 baptised 1842-08-02 Puslinch Fawcett, Rev. Thomas

EVANS Joseph James Sarah born 1839 Ontario 1851 attending school living Puslinch Twp.

EVANS Mary (Kidd) born 1823 died Jan 10 1896 married William buried Howitt Memorial

EVANS Mary Jane born 1854 died 1924 married John W. Taylor buried Howitt Memorial

EVANS Robert Hammersley Smith Sarah Puslinch born 1870-11-23 baptised 1871-01-10 Puslinch Ferguson, Rev. Thomas A. 1851 attending school living Puslinch Twp. 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

EVANS Sarah James Sarah born 1838-12-15 baptised 1842-08-02 Puslinch Fawcett, Rev. Thos. Puslinch 1851 attending school living Puslinch Twp.

EVANS Sarah (Hammersley) born 1849 Ontario married Smith Evans 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

EVANS Sarah (Deville) born 1814 died 1902 married James 1851 living Puslinch Twp. 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

EVANS Smith James Sarah born 1843-02-08 baptised 1843-04-02 Puslinch Fawcett, Rev. Thos. married Sarah Hammersley 1851 attending school living Puslinch Twp. 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 4 Lot 4 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. WM

EVANS William Smith Sarah settled in Stratford 1906

EVANS, William born 1817 died Jan 21, 1896 married Mary Kidd buried Howitt Memorial

GLENNIE James H. 1874 Choir Leader

HADDEN Alexander born June 21, 1829 died Feb 16, 1884 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery married Caroline Heath, 1856-1858 (Pewholder Norfolk St.) 1867 listed as a businessman Guelph 1873 was Executor for Edmund Field Heath and auction to sell estate held in Puslinch and run by W.S.G. Knowles of Guelph

HADDEN Caroline (Heath) born Apr 4 1828 died Mar 15, 1906 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery married Alexander

HADDEN Caroline Attenborough Alexander Caroline born Oct 21, 1868 died Oct 27, 1868 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery

HADDEN Minnie C. Alexander Caroline born July 24 1863 died Dec 29, 1881 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery

HAWES Abel James Lydia Puslinch born 1862-11-22 baptized 1863-03-30 Puslinch Tucker, Rev. R.L.

HAWES John born 1827 England 1851 labourer living Puslinch Twp.

HAWES Louisa born 1865 Ontario 1881 servant living on the farm of George Rudd Puslinch Twp. CM

HEATH Charles born 1833 England, 1871 living in Puslinch 1873 was Executor for Edmund Field Heath and auction to sell estate held in Puslinch and run by W.S.G. Knowles of Guelph 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. married Sarah

HEATH Edmund Field born 1793 Nottingham England died Sept 27 1873 settled Puslinch Con 5 Lot 11 & 12 in 1832 1871 farmer living in Puslinch served in the Battle of Waterloo where he won the rank of Colonel, magistrate on the Commission of the Peace for nearly forty years, buried Howitt Memorial cemetery

HEATH Hannah Charles Sarah born 1877 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

HEATH Sarah (Thompson) born 1843 died 1914 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery married Charles

HOLMES Elizabeth married Henry

HOLMES Henry married Elizabeth owned Holmes Mills celebrated for the finest flour manufactured in this county

HOLMES Sarah Elizabeth Henry Elizabeth born 1840-09-20 baptized 1842-08-02 Puslinch Fawcett, Rev. Thomas

HOWITT Alfred John Catharine born 1831 England died 1896 buried Howitt Memorial, married Elizabeth Parker 1845 graduated from district school and became a surveyor, 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 5 Lot 7, 1881 living Puslinch Twp. 1886 had office in Guelph

HOWITT Alfred Lee born 1877 died 1882 buried Howitt Memorial

HOWITT Alfred William born 1870 died 1874 buried Howitt Memorial

HOWITT Amelia born Nov 9, 1832 died Feb 14, 1834 buried Howitt Memorial Quaker Catherine

HOWITT Caroline born 1878 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. CM

HOWITT Catharine John Elizabeth

HOWITT Catharine (Lees) born Oct 20 1803 died Dec 24, 1842 buried Howitt Memorial 1st. wife of John "Quaker" Howitt

HOWITT Charles Edward banker and one of the pioneer residents of the city, owned "Homewood", married his first cousin Annie Howitt, buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

HOWITT Charlotte born 1875 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. CM

HOWITT Elizabeth (Parker) born 1845 1881 living Puslinch Twp. died 1892 buried Howitt Memorial married Alfred

HOWITT Elizabeth Alfred Elizabeth born 1867 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

HOWITT Emma Alfred Elizabeth born 1875 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

HOWITT George, 1857 listed as George Howitt and Co., barrel factory

HOWITT Henry Quaker Catherine born Sep 4 1840 died Sept 4 1840 buried Howitt Memorial

HOWITT Dr. Henry Orton, buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

HOWITT Dr. Henry, John "Quaker" Margaret born 1849 died July 22, 1934 surgeon 1902 Medical Officer of Health, residence at 221 Woolwich St., first son by "Quaker's" second wife, buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

HOWITT J. Alexander Dr. born 1864 died 1907 buried Howitt Memorial

HOWITT James born Nov 8 1832 died Dec 19 1832 buried Howitt Memorial Quaker Catherine

HOWITT James Quaker Catherine born Jan 15 1834 died Sep 7 1842 buried Howitt Memorial

HOWITT Dr. John, John "Quaker" Elizabeth born Feb 3, 1827 died Jan 13, 1870 of T.B. 1845 graduated from district school 1856-1858 (Pewholder Norfolk St.)

HOWITT John Quaker born April 3, 1805 Long Eaton Hall, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, England, came to Canada in 1805, died at "The Grange" Guelph Township March 29, 1881 and is buried at the Howitt Chapel, 1856-1858 (Pewholder Norfolk St.)

HOWITT John Alfred Elizabeth born 1864 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

HOWITT John Quaker Catherine born Feb 3 1822 died Jan 13 1870 buried Howitt Memorial

HOWITT John Ranson born 1875 was a lawyer, member of Parliament and historian, buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

HOWITT Julia John Elizabeth Guelph born 1844-04-28 baptized 1844-06-12 Guelph Fawcett, Rev. Thomas

HOWITT Margaret (McIntosh) Oct 8, 1811 died Feb 19, 1863 buried at the Howitt Chapel, was the second wife of John "Quaker", buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

HOWITT Mary Alfred Elizabeth born 1866 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

HOWITT Maud Alfred Elizabeth born 1869 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

HOWITT Richard 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 5 Lot 14

HOWITT Richard Jr. 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 5 Lot 14

HOWITT William born 1803 England brother of John Quaker

IRELAND J.U. born May 14, 1827 Dundee Scotland died Jan 12, 1903 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery

KERNIGHAM Joseph born 1844 died July 1, 1865 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery

KIRKLAND Elizabeth born 1841 died 1897 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery married James A. Crane

KIRKLAND John born 1804 Nottinghamshire England arrived 1833 1841 living Puslinch Twp. died 1857 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery, married Sarah Attenborough, 1846-47 Wellington District Benevolent Association Member 1852 Common School Superintendent, 1854 listed with Kirkland and Millington farm machinery,

KIRKLAND Sarah (Attenborough) born 1802 Nottinghamshire England died June 18, 1858, buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery, married John

MEAKIN James a British war veteran who fought in the Battle of Waterloo

SALT/SAULT Ann born 1851 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

SALT/SAULT Benjamin John William Mary born 1858-12-31 baptised 1859-07-30 W.Flamboro Gray, Rev. James

SALT/SAULT James born 1806 England arrived 1837 1841 proprietor living Puslinch Twp. 1871 farmer living Puslinch Con 4 Lot 2 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. WM

SALT/SAULT Jane born 1841 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

SALT/SAULT Joseph born 1850 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

SALT/SAULT Mary Rosamund William Mary born 1857-07-23 baptised 1859-07-30 W.Flamboro Gray, Rev. James

SALT/SAULT Sampson born 1840 Ontario, 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 3 Lot 6,

SALT/SAULT William Hall William Mary born 1856-06-23 baptised 1859-07-30 W.Flamboro Gray, Rev. James

SMITH Christina William Jane born 1880 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

SMITH Jane born 1853 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. married William WM

SMITH Margaret William Jane born 1878 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

SMITH Mary William Jane born 1873 Ontario 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

SMITH William born 1847 Ontario 1851 living Puslinch Twp. 1871 farmer living in Puslinch Con 8 Lot 21, 1881 living Puslinch Twp. married Jane WM

STIRTON David James Janet born 1816 Forfarshire, Scotland, came to canada 1827 David who was M.P for south Wellington until 1867 and for many years Postmaster in Guelph, 1842 married Mary Beattie

STIRTON David Joseph Hentietta born 1871 died 1894 buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

STIRTON Henrietta (McGregor) born 1837 died 1884 buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph m Joseph

STIRTON James 1827 farmer living Puslinch Twp.

STIRTON James D. D.S. born 1862 died 1905 buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

STIRTON Jane 1827 living Puslich Twp.

STIRTON Joseph born 1839 died 1888 buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph married Henrietta McGregor

STIRTON Mary (Beattie) of Puslinch marrried in 1842 to David Stirton

STIRTON Robert Douglas Joseph Henrietta born 1866 died 1881 buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

STIRTON William James Janet was the first male child born in Guelph.

STIRTON William Joseph Joseph Henrietta born 1876 died 1897 buried Woodlawn Cemetery Guelph

THOMPSON Hannah William Phoebe born 1840 Ontario 1851 living Puslinch Twp. 1881 living Puslinch Twp. WM

THOMPSON John William Phoebe born 1844 Ontario 1851 living Puslinch Twp.

THOMPSON Phoebe born 1815 England 1851 living Puslinch Twp. 1881 living Puslinch Twp. married William

THOMPSON Robert William Phoebe born 1836 Ontario 1851 student living Puslinch Twp.

THOMPSON Sarah William Phoebe born 1840 Ontario 1851 student living Puslinch Twp.

THOMPSON William born 1810 England arrived 1833 1841 living Puslinch Twp. 1851 farmer living Puslinch Twp. 1 Story, 1 Family Log House 1871 living in Puslinch Twp. Con 4 Lot 11 1881 farmer living Puslinch Twp. married Phoebe 1874 suffered a house fire at the farm on the 4th con.

THOMPSON William William Phoebe born 1850 Ontario 1851 living Puslinch Twp.

WOODHOUSE Jeremiah Jeremiah Elizabeth born 1885 died Dec 31, 1916 buried at Howitt Memorial Cemetery

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