Old Dansville Village Cemetery
AKA: Old Burying Ground, now Pioneer Park
Village of Dansville, Town of North Dansville, Livingston County, NY
Submitted by Bob Glover
Pioneer Park Photo submitted bt Amy Giometti.


Locally purchased memorial stone erected August 2014. Memorial paid for by donations from many Dansville citizens and organizations.
Project spearheaded by Jane Schryver with the help of Bob Glover, Pat Kreiley, Chad Schuster and Paul Hoffman.

2011 photo by H. Ross Glover taken from Bank Street where the F. A. Owen Publishing Co. once stood, looking north.
Location of this public park, the site of the Old Dansville Village Cemetery: one block off Route 36/Clara Barton Street on School Street


Captain Nathaniel Porter, first death and burial in Dansville

Researched by Bob Glover, H. Ross Glover, Deanne Knapp
and Jane Schryver 2011-present. Contact Bob for gravestone photos/info <CoachBob@coachglover.com>

Contributors: Jane Schryver, Bob Glover, H. Ross Glover & Andrew Burdett


The first settlers of Dansville were laid to rest in this cemetery starting in 1797, and ending in 1847 when Greenmount Cemetery was opened in the Town of North Dansville, just outside the village limits. There may have been a few unauthorized burials at the old cemetery after 1847. In 1889, the Village removed all remaining markers not already transferred by family to Greenmount and made the site a public park. Most, if not all, of the bodies remain at the old cemetery. Some of the markers were moved to private lots and others discarded along the side of Greenmount Cemetery. One report indicates that many of the markers were plowed under and buried at the site.

Until 2014, when a marker memorializing those interred at the old burying grounds was erected, there was no record of a cemetery existing at this site. The old cemetery had no official name other than the "old burying ground." The name "Old Dansville Village Cemetery" was thus assigned for this website. The park was renamed "Pioneer Park" in 2012.

There are no official records of burials. The below list is a combination of the following sources:

*Those named in the 1888 Village Board minutes as being ordered for transfer to Greenmount

*Transcriptions in abt 1954, about 1960 and May 2012 of discarded markers at Greenmount which were for pre-1847 death dates (including several from the 1888 list)

*Tombstones located on private lots and in local family histories for those who have death dates prior to the opening of Greenmount in 1847, and thus most likely were buried at the old cemetery.

See the "Timeline for Dansville Old Village Cemetery" at the end of the listings.


Burial List A

The following are believed to have been buried at the Old Village Cemetery per various records. Their tombstones were not located at Greenmount in 2012. Go here for information on any of their family buried at Greenmount Cemetery: http://www.paintedhills.org/STEUBEN/GreenmountCemetery/GreenmountCem.html

OV-1847----death date prior to opening of Greenmount Cemetery in 1847 per various records or stone transcribed with discarded stones from the old cemetery; thus likely buried at the old cemetery.

VBM-1888----listed in 1888 Village of Dansville board minutes as tombstone ordered to be removed from the old cemetery and transferred to Greenmount Cemetery. Some of these stones were discarded behind the barn and up the service road in 1888-1889. Bodies likely remain at the old cemetery.

T-1954----Transcription of discarded stones along the service road at Greenmount Cemetery compiled by historian Wilfred Rauber in abt 1954; and transcription in 1960 by the Boy Scouts, directed by Gerald Freeman.

BLACKFORD, Eliphalet H , Spouse of Theda Village of Dansville tavern owner in 1835; daughter Maria buried at Old Village in 1832 and her stone found discarded at Greenmount; VBM-1888
BROOKS, Amy , Died 13 Oct 1844 , age 26y7m13d d/o Isaac and Sarah Brooks; VBM-1888; T-1954
DRAKE, James A , Born 25 Nov 1855 , Died 17 Apr 1858 s/o Isaac W. and Elizabeth Graham Drake; T-1954; no stone found in 2012
FAULKNER, Daniel Perine , Spouse of Susan Perine, Nancy Porter , Born 1 Mar 1763 , Died 12 Jan 1802 s/o John and Ann Perine Faulkner; one of first settlers of Dansville, village named for him; no evidence of burial but some family believed he is buried here; OV-1847
FAULKNER, Nancy Porter , Spouse of Daniel Faulkner , Born 31 Dec 1768 , Died 8 Jun 1804 listing as widow; d/o Nathaniel and Charity Lane Porter; no evidence of burial but some family believed she is buried here; OV-1847
FOOTE, Amelia Cornelia , Born 30 Sep 1839 , Died 13 Jan 1846 d/o William and Clarissa Whitney Foote; likely buried at Old Dansville Village Cemetery; parents stones at Greenmount, Sec F
INGERSOLL, Mary C Abt 1837 28 Sep 1837 d/o Daniel and Harriet Hartman Ingersoll; likely buried at Old Dansville Village Cemetery and marker moved to Greenmount with parents in Sec F
LACEY, Elizabeth , Spouse of David , Born 17 Dec 1751 , Died 25 Jul 1757 T-1954
NIBLACK, John , Spouse of Hannah Baxter , Born Abt 1752 , Died 4 Jan 1799 an early settler of Sparta in 1798; T-1954
NOBLE, Horace Levens , Spouse of Amanda Haskins , Born 27 Oct 1802 , Died 28 Apr 1839 s/o Sylvester and Betsy Kibbe Noble; VBM-1888; T-1954 (1960 transcription reads died Apr 1859 likely in error)
OVERTON, Israel H , Spouse of Phebe , Born Abt 1805 , Died Abt 1840 body “stolen” from grave for medical research as he was disliked; OV-1847
OVERTON, Phebe , Spouse of Israel H. , Died 17 Apr 1841 , age 27y1m7d 1960 transcription lists born 7 Apr; VBM-1888; T-1954
PORTER, Annetje “Ann” , Spouse of William , Born Abt 1744 , Died 12 Nov 1798 d/o Abraham and Annetje Blaw Oukee; stone believed to be under that of Nathaniel Porter on service road below Sec A, T-1954
PORTER, William , Spouse of Ann Oukee , Born abt 1739 , Died 11 Mar 1816 s/o Richard and Anne Porter Porter; stone believed to be under that of brother Nathaniel on service road below Sec A, T-1954
PRENTICE, Emmeline , Born 20 Aug 1820 , Died 27 Sep 1841 d/o Nathan and Elizabeth Prentice; likely buried at Old Dansville Village Cemetery and marker moved to Greenmount, Sec L; OV-1847
WARREN, Oliver Wellington Lane , Spouse of Olive Smith , Born 6 May 1794 , Died 26 Feb 1847 s/o William and Rebecca Hathaway Warren; VBM-1888; T-1954; stone likely under that of wife along service road.
WELCH, Jacob Sr , Spouse of Maria Catharina Martz , Born 25 Jul 1757 , Died 12 Sep 1831 likely buried at Old Dansville Village Cemetery and marker moved to Greenmount with family in Sec G; OV-1847

Burial List B
The following were likely buried at the Old Dansville Village Cemetery and their tombstones were later either transferred to or replaced on private lots at Greenmount Cemetery after it opened on August 4, 1847. It is not known if their bodies were also removed to Greenmount. Tombstones photographed in 2012-2014. Go here for their information: http://www.paintedhills.org/STEUBEN/GreenmountCemetery/GreenmountCem.html
ALDRICH, Benjamin , Born 1759 , Died 1829 Greenmount location B
ALDRICH, Edwin , Born 1845 , Died 1848 Greenmount location B
ALDRICH, Harriet , Born 1843 , Died 1844 Greenmount location B
ALDRICH, Sybil Morley , Born 1765 , Died 1845 Greenmount location B
BANKS, Harriet , Born 1819 , Died 1848 Greenmount location N
BANKS, Harriet Bradner , Born 1796 , Died 1820 Greenmount location N
BATEMAN, Mary Taylor , Born 1826 , Died 1844 Greenmount location N
BATEMAN, Morzello , Born 1844 , Died 1849 Greenmount location N
BEACH, Caroline , Born 1840 , Died 1840 Greenmount location E
BEACH, Simeon , Born 1833 , Died 1834 Greenmount location E
BELLAMY, Esther , Born 1796 , Died 1845 Greenmount location N
BRACE, Ethelbert , Born 1823 , Died 1823 Greenmount location B
BRACE, Mercy , Born 1831 , Died 1833 Greenmount location B
BRADLEY, Adaline , Born 1819 , Died 1853 Greenmount location N
BRADLEY, Albert , Born 1849 , Died 1849 Greenmount location K
BRADLEY, Cornelia , Born 1830 , Died 1831 Greenmount location K
BRADLEY, George , Born 1839 , Died 1840 Greenmount location K
BRADLEY, Harriet , Born 1813 , Died 1842 Greenmount location K
BRADLEY, Rebecca , Born 1776 , Died 1845 Greenmount location K
BRADLEY, Rhoda Caroline , Born 1830 , Died 1831 Greenmount location K
BRADLEY, William , Born 1832 , Died 1841 Greenmount location K
BRADNER, Frances , Born 1833 , Died 1839 Greenmount location N
BRADNER, Frederick , Born 1835 , Died 1836 Greenmount location N
BRADNER, Joseph , Born 1767 Greenmount location N
BRADNER, Josiah , Born 1765 , Died 1843 Greenmount location N
BRADNER, Josiah D. , Born 1809 , Died 1849 Greenmount location N
BRADNER, Lester Jr. , Born 1827 , Died 1831 Greenmount location N
BRADNER, Nancy Hungerford , Born 1774 , Died 1843 Greenmount location N
BRITTAN, Joseph , Died 1816 Greenmount location K
BRITTAN, William , Born 1820 , Died 1846 Greenmount location K
BROWN, Arnold , Born 1795 , Died 1847 Greenmount location C-upper loop
BROWN, Sylvester , Born 1820 , Died 1837 Greenmount location C-upper loop
BROWN, William , Born 1836 , Died 1836 Greenmount location C-upper loop
BROWN, William H , Born 1844 , Died 1845 Greenmount location N
COOK, Edwin , Born 1852 , Died 1852 Greenmount location B
COOK, Jane Matilda , Born 1833 , Died 1835 Greenmount location B
COOK, Marietta , Born 1836 , Died 1841 Greenmount location B
COOK, Maritta , Born 1843 , Died 1844 Greenmount location B
COOK, Sarah Ann , Born 1819 , Died 1840 Greenmount location B
CRUGER, Hannah Tubbs , Born 1748 , Died 1816 Greenmount location N
CRUGER, Henry , Born 1776 , Died 1830 Greenmount location B
DAY, Hambleton , Born 1825 , Died 1831 Greenmount location N
DAY, Spencer , Born 1828 , Died 1832 Greenmount location N
DOLLHOPF, Fredrick , Born 1839 , Died 1842 Greenmount location E
ENDRESS, Anna Maria , Born 1808 , Died 1834 Greenmount location E
FAULKNER, Amariah H , Born 1822 , Died 1839 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, Catherine , Born 1815 , Died 1816 or 1846 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, Catherine Lemen , Born 1768 , Died 1835 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, infant daughter , Born 1814 , Died 1814 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, infant son , Born 1813 , Died 1813 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, infant son , Born 1815 , Died 1815 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, Mary , Born 1830 , Died 1832 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, Samuel , Born 1765 , Died 1805 Greenmount location M
FAULKNER, Samuel D , Born 1827 , Died 1834 Greenmount location M
FISK, Jonathan , Born 1803 , Died 1841 Greenmount location X
GOTTSCHALL, Margaret , Born 1812 , Died 1837 Greenmount location E
GOTTSCHALL, William , Born 1840 , Died 1841 Greenmount location E
GREGORY, Jeremiah , Born 1747 , Died 1829 Greenmount location L
GREGORY, Mary Ann , Born 1756 , Died 1838 Greenmount location L
HALL, Caroline Sill , Born 1808 , Died 1837 Greenmount location B
HALL, Justus , Born 1802 , Died 1841 Greenmount location B
HAMMOND, Catherine Cruger , Born 1776 , Died 1798 Greenmount location N
HAMMOND, Elsie , Born 1775 , Died 1842 Greenmount location N
HAMMOND, John , Born 1820 , Died 1838 Greenmount location N
HAMSHER, Adam , Born 1786 , Died 1835 Greenmount location R-top
HARTMAN, Elizabeth Zerfass , Born 1803 , Died 1845 Greenmount location O
HARTMAN, Harmon , Born 1758 , Died 1811 Greenmount location O
HARTMAN, infant s/o Hugh , Born 1841 , Died 1841
HARTMAN, Jacob , Born 1787 , Died 1831 Greenmount location B
HARTMAN, John , Born 1782 , Died 1845 Greenmount location N
HARTMAN, Mary Longnecker , Born 1792 , Died 1845 Greenmount location N
HARTMAN, Sardious , Born 1831 , Died 1832
HARTMAN, Susannah , Born 1767 , Died 1846 Greenmount location O
HARTMAN, William B. , Born 1839 , Died 1841
HOUSE, Frederick , Born 1795 , Died 1844 Greenmount location O
INGERSOLL, Prudence , Born 1835 , Died 1836 Greenmount location F
IRWIN, Jared , Born 1767 , Died 1813 Greenmount location E
JONES, H. W. , Died 1829 Greenmount location B
JONES, Lucretia , Died 1835 Greenmount location B
KINGSBURY, Lester , Born 1787 , Died 1837 Greenmount location K
KNOWLTON, Eunice Blood , Born 1788 , Died 1844 Greenmount location X
KNOX, Catherine Habermehl , Born 1803 , Died 1840 Greenmount location E
KNOX, Ella , Born 1845 , Died 1847 Greenmount location E
KNOX, Francis , Born 1847 , Died 1849 Greenmount location E
KNOX, Harriet Amanda , Born 1830 , Died 1834 Greenmount location E
KRIDER, Michael , Born 1822 , Died 1840 Greenmount location E
KUHN, Elizabeth Alter , Born 1773 , Died 1849 Greenmount location B
KUHN, Frederick , Born 1810 , Died 1844 Greenmount location M
KUHN, Leonard , Born 1769 , Died 1836 Greenmount location B
LOOKINS, Lewis , Born 1835 , Died 1836 Greenmount location T-lower
MCBURNEY, Lucretia , Born 1781 , Died 1832 Greenmount location E
MCCARTNEY, Caroline , Born 1834 , Died 1839 Greenmount location T-lower
MCCARTNEY, Nancy Porter , Born 1812 , Died 1839 Greenmount location T-lower
MCCARTNEY, Susan , Born 1837 , Died 1838 Greenmount location T-lower
MCCOY, Cornelius , Born 1762 , Died 1809 Greenmount location T-lower
MCCURDY, Margaret , Born 1746 , Died 1837 Greenmount location R-upper side hill
MCNAIR, Mary Bradner , Born 1819 , Died 1846 Greenmount location N
OPP, Elizabeth Reynale , Born 1769 , Died 1836 Greenmount location O
PERINE, Jennie , Born 1836 , Died 1838 Greenmount location T
PICKELL, Henry , Born 1772 , Died 1843 Greenmount location G
PICKELL, Lizzie , Born 1845 , Died 1847 Greenmount location P
PRESTON, Amos , Born 1776 , Died 1846 Greenmount location B
ROWLEY, Johnathan , Born 1773 , Died 1833 Greenmount location E
SHARP, Henry , Born 1839 , Died 1841 Greenmount location B
SHARP, Mary Ann , Born 1838 , Died 1841 Greenmount location B
SHEPARD, Amelia , Born 1829 , Died 1834 Greenmount location D
SHEPARD, Joshua , Born 1780 , Died 1829 Greenmount location D
SHOLL, David , Born 1809 , Died 1811 Greenmount location G
SHOLL, Jacob , Born 1798 , Died 1825 Greenmount location G
SHOLL, Margaret Strauss , Born 1769 , Died 1815 Greenmount location G
SHOLL, Peatt , Born 1807 , Died 1809 Greenmount location G
SILL, Abigail M , Born 1800 , Died 1843 Greenmount location E
SILL, Henry , Born 1831 , Died 1832 Greenmount location E
SILL, Jabez Jr. , Born 1800 , Died 1842 Greenmount location E
SMITH, John , Born 1786 , Died 1839 Greenmount location N
SMITH, Lomira , Born 1838 , Died 1841 Greenmount location E
STUART, Daniel , Born 1807 , Died 1821 Greenmount location G
TAGGART, Rebecca , Born 1806 , Died 1841 Greenmount location K
TAYLOR, Charles , Born 1832 , Died 1841 Greenmount location H
TAYLOR, George Jr. , Born 1838 , Died 1841 Greenmount location H
TAYLOR, Henry , Born 1836 , Died 1837 Greenmount location H
TAYLOR, William , Born 1828 , Died 1849 Greenmount location H
TOMLINSON, Lydia Judd , Born 1794 , Died 1845 Greenmount location E
WELCH, Fanny , Born 1825 , Died 1825 Greenmount location G
WOOD, Halsey 1844-1847 H , Born 1844 , Died 1847 Greenmount location H
WOOD, Harriet , Born 1846 , Died 1847 Greenmount location H
ZERFASS, Abraham , Born 1772 , Died 1837 Greenmount location O
ZERFASS, Anna , Born 1829 , Died 1836 Greenmount location O
ZERFASS, Hannah Krause , Born 1783 , Died 1845 Greenmount location O

Burial List C
The following were likely buried at the Old Dansville Village Cemetery and their tombstones discarded at Greenmount Cemetery where their tombstones were photographed in 2012. It is likely that their remains are at the old cemetery site in Pioneer Park. Go here for their information: http://www.paintedhills.org/STEUBEN/GreenmountCemetery/GreenmountCem.html
BLACKFORD, Maria , Born 1829 , Died 1832 Greenmount location Service Road
CRUGER, Mary Graham , Born 1825 , Died 1852 Greenmount location Service Road
DODGE, Helen , Born 1825 , Died 1835 Greenmount location Service Road
DRAKE, Mary , Born 1826 , Died 1847 Greenmount location Service Road
FISK, Ruel , Born 1797 , Died 1844 Greenmount location Service Road
GRAHAM, Sarah , Born 1823 , Died 1845 Greenmount location Barn
HAVENS, infant girl , Born 1800 , Died 1801 Greenmount location Service Road
LACY, Isabel , Born 1810 , Died 1840 Greenmount location Barn
LACY, Ransford , Born 1829 , Died 1830 Greenmount location Barn
MACKLEM, Rosanna , Born 1767 , Died 1825 Greenmount location Service Road
MACKLEM, Thomas , Born 1767 , Died 1822 Greenmount location Service Road
PORTER, Ann , Born 1794 , Died 1797 Greenmount location Service Road
PORTER, Charity Lane , Born 1748 , Died 1813 Greenmount location Service Road
PORTER, Nathaniel , Born 1743 , Died 1797 Greenmount location Service Road
SNIDER, Eady , Born 1787 , Died 1841 Greenmount location Service Road
WARREN, Olive Smith , Born 1793 , Died 1842 Greenmount location Service Road
YOCUM, Jonas , Born 1788 , Died 1844 Greenmount location Service Road



TIMELINE FOR DANSVILLE OLD VILLAGE CEMETERY

Compiled by Jane Schryver and Bob Glover from files in the Dansville Town Historian’s Office, research by former Town of North Dansville Historian Wilfred "Wutz" Rauber, and “Dansville Turns 200” by David Gilbert

1797--- The first death and burial in Dansville was Captain Nathaniel Porter, a Revolutionary War hero and father-in-law to Captain Daniel Faulkner (for whom Dansville was named).

1811---Through an agreement with Colonel Nathaniel Rochester, the Dansville United Society gained title to 6 1/4 acres of land for $42.50. They had acquired, as a burying ground, an area on which Porter and others had been interred plus sufficient land to accommodate burials in the foreseeable future. (The area is bounded today by West Liberty, School, Bank and Church Streets.) The land became an official cemetery at this time. Most burials in Dansville between 1797-1847 were at this site.

1847--- On August 4, The Dansville Cemetery Association was organized and Greenmount Cemetery was opened. It is believed that there were no more burials at the old cemetery after this date. But it is possible that a few were made.

1847 or 1848--- About two dozen markers (but apparently not the remains) were moved to Greenmount Cemetery.

1877--The Dansville Express, Oct 11, 1877: "The site of the old, and now neglected Dansville Cemetery, was laid out about the year 1796. The spot was selected by the pioneers of our valley, many of whom were buried there, and it is indeed sacred to their memory. Greenmount Cemetery, with its varied, unsurpassed beauty of scenery was laid out and opened. Then the monuments and tombstones in the old cemetery began to disappear, and its dead, tenderly removed to the new grounds. But many monuments still remain and the ground is covered with neglected graves."

1888--The old cemetery, unused since the founding of Greenmount Cemetery in 1847, was an eyesore. On February 16, the Village Improvement Society was organized. Mr. Andrews offered a resolution to the Village board: “Resolved,that the Dansville Village Improvement Society be authorized to remove from the old burying ground the human remains and monuments from the graves…..(listing some 30 names including Dansville’s first teacher Thomas Macklem)….

Sep 1888 Dansville Breeze: "Gov. Hill signed the bill granting the privilege of removing bodies from the old cemetery on the square." The Village resolved “that the Society be directed to properly reinter such remains in Greenmount Cemetery in the Town of North Dansville and that no expense shall be made to the corporation for such transfer."

The briars and weeds of the old cemetery were burned away; the tombstones, some half-sunken,were buried or removed and relocated to Greenmount. A new layer of topsoil provided thefinishing touch on what would now be called Union Park.


1889---Per research by the Town of North Dansville Historian as reported in the May 17, 2012 Genesee Country Express: “A list of 33 remains out of an estimated 500 were removed. In May of 1889, a dozen men leveled the area and cleaned it up. The stones were taken by wagon to Greenmount. Most of them were made of wood and have since deteriorated and...were just disposed of. The stones went on the new graves of the bodies that were moved, and the rest were just piled behind the barn at Greenmount or alongside the service road above it." Within a week nothing remained to mark the area as final resting place for many, many early Dansville settlers.

NOTE: It is believed that only a few remains were removed from the old cemetery and thus up to 500 bodies may still be located at the old cemetery site. Some 150 tombstones dated 1847 or sooner have been located on private lots at Greenmount Cemetery and thus were relocated from the old cemetery or are replacement stones. The stones carted to Greenmount Cemetery remain today where they were dumped.

Dansville Express 6 Sep 1888

"More than half the graves and headstones in the old cemetery have been put out of sight by leveling the mounds and burying the stones. The consent of the friends of those buried was obtained before anything was done. "
(NOTE: This may or may not be the truth, certainly there is evidence that many stones were moved to Greenmount and tossed aside; some were moved to private lots. So some also could be buried in the ground at the old site)


1904---The F.A.Owen publishing company erected a new structure overlooking the old cemetery and had it landscaped. Up to this point the plot of ground had been referred to as just plain "Burying Ground." Mr. Owen's interest sparked a movement to change the name — the one time community eyesore became, officially, "Normal Park" a name derived from NORMAL INSTRUCTOR, end product of Owen staff and presses, a magazine increasingly popular with teachers.

1954--- The Village Board officially changed the name of the park, the site of the old burying grounds, from “Normal Park” to “Instructor Park” at the request of the F.A. Owen Company as it had changed the name of its magazine to "The Instructor."

1954---Dansville Historian Wutz Rauber delivers a report to the Village Board on the history of the old burying grounds and his recommendations. The report was initiated in view of the fact that the site was being considered for the building of a new school. The Dansville Breeze reported: “Rauber suggested that from the stand point of history the park should be maintained as it is, a memorial to these people, and at some time be suitably marked to indicate this fact. The board received favorably a suggestion to mark historical data on some sort of a plaque and indicated that such action probably would be taken in the future.” Note: no action was taken.

1954—Under the supervision of Wutz Rauber, a detailed transcription is made of old discarded stones found at Greenmount Cemetery that originally were erected at the Old Village Cemetery. Those stones remain where they were located.

2012---The team of Bob and H. Ross Glover located and recorded 16 tombstones that had been removed from the old cemetery and discarded behind the barn or up the service road at Greenmount Cemetery, including the stones of Captain Nathaniel Porter, the first death and burial in Dansville, and Thomas Macklem, Dansville's first teacher. About 150 stones are located and photographed at Greenmount Cemetery with death dates prior to the opening of Greenmount Cemetery, thus they likely were transfers or replacement stones for burials at the old cemetery.

2012--On June 12, the Village board approved by a unanimous decision that the name of the park be changed to "Pioneer Park" in honor of the pioneers whose remains are still there under the earth.

2014---In August, the Pioneer Park memorial stone was erected at the site of the Old Village Cemetery, paid for by donations from local citizens and organizations.



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