Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman

Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman[1]

Male 1883 - 1917  (33 years)

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  • Name Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 
    Nickname Hurtle 
    Born 9 Dec 1883  "The Hermitage", Grace Plains, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Birth Registration - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Birth Registration - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman born 09 December 1883 at Grace Plains, South Australia, Australia.
    Gender Male 
    War Service 16 Sep 1916  Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    He completed his basic training in A Coy, 2nd depot battalion from 16 Sep 16 to 3 Oct 1916. He joined "A" company Mitcham on 3 Oct 1916 and served in that unit until 31 Oct 1916. On 1 Nov 1916 he Joined the MOO School Mitcham serving until 16 Dec 16. 
    World War 1 Military Service Record - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    World War 1 Military Service Record - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Pte Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 6530, enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force 16 September 1916 and served in 50th Infantry Battalion until killed in Action 15 October 1917 at Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium.
    War Service 16 Dec 1916  Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Hemsley Marshman was posted to 27th Infantry Battalion 19th Reinforcements on 16 Dec 1916. He embarked aboard HMAT A28, Miltiades, in Adelaide, South Australia on 24th January 1916 as part of the 19th reinforcements for 27th Battalion which was fighting in France. 
    World War 1 Nominal Roll - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Tiller
    World War 1 Nominal Roll - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Tiller
    Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Tiller 6530, embarked at Adelaide, South Australia, Per H.M.A.T A28, "Miltiades," 24th January, 1917 as part of the 27th Infantry Battalion - 19th Reinforcements.
    War Service 27 Mar 1917  Devonport, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Desembarked from Miltiades and Joined the 7th Tn Bn 
    War Service 23 Jul 1917  Southampton, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    proceeded overseas to France and joined 2nd A.D.B.D at Havre, France. 
    War Service 7 Aug 1917  Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium Find all individuals with events at this location  [7, 8, 9
    Hurtle Joined the 50th Battalion on 7th Aug 1917 and was immediately thrown into action. The 50th Battalion was part of the the Third Battle of Ypres which commenced in July 1917 and lasted until the 10 November 1917, They fought in the Battle of Polygon Wood between 26 September to 3 October 1917. On 10 October 1917 they were ordered to take up positions near Zonnebeke, Belgium. They experienced moderate hostile artillery with heavy bursts during the day. The weather was very wet and the ground very muddy. On 13th October 1917 the company was ordered to the front and to take up positions at Broodseinde Ridge. The Commanding Officers entry in the war diary for the 15th of October 1917 States "Scattered Shelling by enemy during day. Mid Afternoon enemy began shelling 150 yards in front of our line. At 8 pm a patrol from our line worked forward about 800 yards without encountering enemy. Enemy was then shelling about 1100 yards forward of our line and his flares were going up 1500 yards from us. Enemy apparently has fallen back from the ground in front of us to Kelberg Ridge 2000 yards east of our line. Enemy shelled Broodseinde Ridge continuously during night. Winds above normal, ground drying. A & B coy relieved by C & D Copy 9:30pm. casualties: Killed Officers 1 Other Ranks 42, Wounded Officers 1 Other Ranks 99, Sick Other Ranks 29, Total Casualties during tour Officers 2 Other Ranks 170.

    The company had taken heavy casualties and was short of stretcher- Bearers. Pte Sevenson stated to the Red Cross that he heard Hemesley Marshman volunteer to fill the gap in Stretcher Bearers, as the Battalion had been badly knocked about. Hemsley, with 3 others were carrying a wounded man down the duck boards, when a shell burst near them, killing Hemsley and mortally wounding Lance Cpl Stevenson, one of the other stretcher Bearers carrying the stretcher with him. He said Marshman was killed instantaneously. The 4th Stretcher-Bearer got clear unwounded. They were near the Dressing Station when Hemsley was killed. A red cross investigation was instigated to determine where Hemsley was buried. The Chaplain 52nd Battalion stated that he buried Hemsley at Zonnebeke on 16 Oct 1917 (Map reference S1 22.c1.1) in a small soldiers cemetery, just outside the dressing station (Soda Water Factory). See the attached Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry File. 

    Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry bureau Files, 1914-18 War 1DRL/0428.
    Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry bureau Files, 1914-18 War 1DRL/0428.
    6530 Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 50th Battalion
    War Diary of 50th Battalion  A.I.F.
    War Diary of 50th Battalion A.I.F.
    War Diary of 50th Battalion A.I.F. Page 66, 13 October 1917, Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium to 17 October 1917.
    Map showing Broodseinde Ridge
    Map showing Broodseinde Ridge
    This map shows the locations Ypres, Zonnebeke and Broodseinde Ridge.
    Support Trenches, Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium
    Support Trenches, Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium
    Support Trenches, Broodseinde Ridge, Near Zonnebeke, Belgium taken on 17 Oct 1917,2 days after Hemsley was killed.
    Broodseinde Ridge, Near Zonnebeke, Belgium
    Broodseinde Ridge, Near Zonnebeke, Belgium
    This photo of Broodseinde Ridge, Near Zonnebeke, Belgium, was taken on 4 October 1917, 11 days before Hemesley was killed.
    Stretcher Bearers in the Zonneke - Passchendaele area Oct 1917
    Stretcher Bearers in the Zonneke - Passchendaele area Oct 1917
    I've included this photo of stretcher bearers to give you an idea of the conditions and how Hemsley and his fellow stretcher bearers were carrying the wounded solder at the time he was killed.
    Flanders October 1917
    Flanders October 1917
    Fighting in Flanders

    Film

    This film deals with the participation of the Australian troops in the third battle of Ypres during the autumn of 1917. The scenes include Australians preparing for the attack; being reviewed by Sir Douglas Haig before going in to action; shells falling amongst the ruins of Ypres and then shows shows the battlefields over which Australians fought and incidents connected with the fighting.
    www.awm.gov.au/collection/F00056

    This film was taken in October 1917 on the front and shows real time footage of the third battle of Ypres in Autumn 1917. Hemsley fought in this battle and was killed on 15 October 1917. It goes for about 22 minutes, is about 94m in size and will take a while to down load, but well worth the wait. It will put in perspective what Hemesley and his fellow soldiers went through during this battle.
    Died 15 Oct 1917  Broodseinde Ridge, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belguim Find all individuals with events at this location  [10, 11
    In Memory of Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 6530
    In Memory of Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 6530
    Remembrance Certificate commemorated in perpetuity by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission for Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman.
    Buried 16 Oct 1917  Zonnebeke, France Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    • The Chaplain 52n Battalion Buried Hemsley at Zonnebeke 16 Oct 1917 (Map Reference Sq 22.c.1.1.) in a small soldiers cemetery just outside the dressing station (Soda Water Factory), where he was killed just by the entrance to the said dressing station. [12]
    Military Honours 3 Mar 1924  Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Hemsley Huxley Stanley Marshman was awarded the Victory Medal and the British War Medal Posthumously. The medals were presented to his widow, Ruby Ida May Marshman (n.Stoyel).  
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    Relocation of Grave 25 Mar 1927  Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium Find all individuals with events at this location  [15
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman's grave was moved to the Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension. His Grave reference: I.J.1 
    Map of Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension
    Map of Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman's Grave is located in position PlotI,position J1.
    Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman body exhumed and re-intered.
    Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman body exhumed and re-intered.
    Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshma Body was exhumed from his original burial site near Zonnbecke and re-intered in Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery Extension. His grave is located in Plot 1, Row J. Grave 1
    Burial Details of Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 6530
    Burial Details of Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman 6530
    Hemsley is buried at the Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension which is located to the North East of the town of Leper, Belgium. His grave location is Plot 1 Row J Position 1.
    Hurtle Marshman - Memory Headstone in France
    Hurtle Marshman - Memory Headstone in France
    Headstone of Hurtle Hemsley Stanley Marshman in France.
    Plot: Plot 1, Row J, Position 1
    Headstone of Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Headstone of Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Hurtle's headstone is located in the Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension, Northeast of the town of Ieper, Belgium. His grave is located in position: Plot 1, Row J, Position 1.
    Plot: Plot 1, Row J, Position 1
    Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery Extension 1914 - 1918
    Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery Extension 1914 - 1918
    The Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery Extension is located just outside Ieper, Belgium
    Notes 
    • Hurtle was educated at Grace Plains Primary School and Prince Alfred College. As a young man he and his brother Clem went for a trip to Victoria, a big undertaking in those days. After his marriage he went with his brother Perc to farm at Pungonda near Loxton. Hurtle and Perc are in a photo hanging in the Loxton Museum, part of the Woodleigh cricket team after their premiership win in 1914. He worked in Adelaide for a period, then enlisted in the first World War and went overseas as a stretcher bearer. After Hurtle's death, Ruby and John 5 moved to Sydney to live with Rub's parents. Ruby later remarried S.F. Maskell in Sydney. Later still the family moved to Melbourne. (The Tucker Family in Australia 1992)
    • Hemsley Marshman served in the 50th BN Australian Inf. during the first World War and was killed and buried at Zonnebeke, France.
    Person ID I0647  Tucker Family Tree | The descendants of James Tucker
    Last Modified 14 Jul 2015 

    Father George Marshman,   b. 18 Oct 1861, Blumberg, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jul 1948, Aldersgate Nursing Home, Payneham, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years) 
    Mother Sarah Tiller,   b. 7 Oct 1860, "Bald Hill",Inman Valley, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Dec 1936, Hospital, Balaklava, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years) 
    Married 22 Feb 1883  Bible Christian Church,Grace Plains, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F0163  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Ruby Ida May Stoyel,   b. 25 Apr 1885, Parkside, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1950  (Age 64 years)  [1
    Married 8 Aug 1912  Methodist Church, Exeter, South Australia. Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [16, 17, 18, 19

    • Methodist Church Exeter, South Australia, is now known as the Uniting Church Samaphore, South Australia.
    Marriage Registration - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman and Ruby ida May Stoyel
    Marriage Registration - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman and Ruby ida May Stoyel
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman married Ruby Ida May Stoyel 08 Aug 1912 at the Methodist Church, Exeter, South Australia, Australia. The church is now known as the Samaphore Uniting Church.
    The Wedding of Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Ruby Ida Stoyel
    The Wedding of Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Ruby Ida Stoyel
    A large number of guests assemble on 8 August 1912 in the Exeter church to witness the very pretty wedding of Miss ruby Stoyel to Mr H. Stanley Marshman ...........
    Marriage Notice - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Ruby Ida May Stoyel
    Marriage Notice - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Ruby Ida May Stoyel
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman married Ruby Ida May Stoyel 8 August 1912 at the Methodist Church Exeter, South Australia, Australia. This notice was published in the Chronicle Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, Saturday 24 August 1912, Page 34
    Marriage Notice - Hemesley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Ruby Ida May Stoyel
    Marriage Notice - Hemesley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Ruby Ida May Stoyel
    Hemesley Hurtle Stanley Marshman married Ruby Ida May Stoyel 8th August 1912 at the Methodist Church, Exeter, South Australia. This notice was published in The Advertiser Newspaper, Saturday 17 August 1912, Page 18.
    Samaphore Uniting Church, Exeter, South Australia
    Samaphore Uniting Church, Exeter, South Australia
    Semaphore Uniting Church is located on the corner of Young and Samaphore Streets Exeter, was built in 1867 as the Methodist Church Exeter. The beautiful bluestone came from the ballast that came from ships during the 1800ís.

    In 1977 the church became part of the new Uniting Church in Australia.

    Children 
    +1. J.E. Marshman
    Last Modified 22 Apr 2015 
    Family ID F0164  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 9 Dec 1883 - "The Hermitage", Grace Plains, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 8 Aug 1912 - Methodist Church, Exeter, South Australia. Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWar Service - He completed his basic training in A Coy, 2nd depot battalion from 16 Sep 16 to 3 Oct 1916. He joined "A" company Mitcham on 3 Oct 1916 and served in that unit until 31 Oct 1916. On 1 Nov 1916 he Joined the MOO School Mitcham serving until 16 Dec 16. - 16 Sep 1916 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWar Service - Hemsley Marshman was posted to 27th Infantry Battalion 19th Reinforcements on 16 Dec 1916. He embarked aboard HMAT A28, Miltiades, in Adelaide, South Australia on 24th January 1916 as part of the 19th reinforcements for 27th Battalion which was fighting in France. - 16 Dec 1916 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWar Service - Desembarked from Miltiades and Joined the 7th Tn Bn - 27 Mar 1917 - Devonport, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWar Service - Hurtle Joined the 50th Battalion on 7th Aug 1917 and was immediately thrown into action. The 50th Battalion was part of the the Third Battle of Ypres which commenced in July 1917 and lasted until the 10 November 1917, They fought in the Battle of Polygon Wood between 26 September to 3 October 1917. On 10 October 1917 they were ordered to take up positions near Zonnebeke, Belgium. They experienced moderate hostile artillery with heavy bursts during the day. The weather was very wet and the ground very muddy. On 13th October 1917 the company was ordered to the front and to take up positions at Broodseinde Ridge. The Commanding Officers entry in the war diary for the 15th of October 1917 States "Scattered Shelling by enemy during day. Mid Afternoon enemy began shelling 150 yards in front of our line. At 8 pm a patrol from our line worked forward about 800 yards without encountering enemy. Enemy was then shelling about 1100 yards forward of our line and his flares were going up 1500 yards from us. Enemy apparently has fallen back from the ground in front of us to Kelberg Ridge 2000 yards east of our line. Enemy shelled Broodseinde Ridge continuously during night. Winds above normal, ground drying. A & B coy relieved by C & D Copy 9:30pm. casualties: Killed Officers 1 Other Ranks 42, Wounded Officers 1 Other Ranks 99, Sick Other Ranks 29, Total Casualties during tour Officers 2 Other Ranks 170. The company had taken heavy casualties and was short of stretcher- Bearers. Pte Sevenson stated to the Red Cross that he heard Hemesley Marshman volunteer to fill the gap in Stretcher Bearers, as the Battalion had been badly knocked about. Hemsley, with 3 others were carrying a wounded man down the duck boards, when a shell burst near them, killing Hemsley and mortally wounding Lance Cpl Stevenson, one of the other stretcher Bearers carrying the stretcher with him. He said Marshman was killed instantaneously. The 4th Stretcher-Bearer got clear unwounded. They were near the Dressing Station when Hemsley was killed. A red cross investigation was instigated to determine where Hemsley was buried. The Chaplain 52nd Battalion stated that he buried Hemsley at Zonnebeke on 16 Oct 1917 (Map reference S1 22.c1.1) in a small soldiers cemetery, just outside the dressing station (Soda Water Factory). See the attached Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry File. - 7 Aug 1917 - Broodseinde Ridge, Belgium Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 15 Oct 1917 - Broodseinde Ridge, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belguim Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 16 Oct 1917 - Zonnebeke, France Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMilitary Honours - Hemsley Huxley Stanley Marshman was awarded the Victory Medal and the British War Medal Posthumously. The medals were presented to his widow, Ruby Ida May Marshman (n.Stoyel). - 3 Mar 1924 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsRelocation of Grave - Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman's grave was moved to the Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension. His Grave reference: I.J.1 - 25 Mar 1927 - Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium Link to Google Earth
     = Link to Google Earth 

  • Photos
    The Eldest Eight Children of George and Sarah Marshman (nee Tiller)
    The Eldest Eight Children of George and Sarah Marshman (nee Tiller)
    Back l to r: Perce, Hurtle, Ray, Clem, Bert
    Sitting at front: Edith (holding Elsie) and Ivy
    Hurtle Hemsley Stanley Marshman -First child of George and Sarah Marshman (nee Tiller)
    Hurtle Hemsley Stanley Marshman -First child of George and Sarah Marshman (nee Tiller)
    Hurtle Hemsley Stanley Marshman
    The Family of George and Sarah Marshman (nee Tiller)
    The Family of George and Sarah Marshman (nee Tiller)
    Standing at back l to r: Clement, Hurtle, Pearce, Bertie
    Middle Row Ray, Ivy, Sarah (nee Tiller), George, Edith, Elsie
    Seated at front: Gladys and Wesley

    Documents
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman
    Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman

  • Sources 
    1. [S1] The Tucker Family in Australia, Cynthis Henley-Smith, (Gillingham Printers Pty Ltd Adelaide, South Australia), 107 (Reliability: 3), 1992.

    2. [S7] South Australian Birth registrations 1842-1906, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society Inc, (Macbeth Genealogical Services Pty Ltd), District Cod Gil, Book 317, Page 343 (Reliability: 3), 9 Dec 1883.
      Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman b 09 Dec 1883 at Grace Plains, South Australia. Father George Marshman, Mother Sarah Tiller. District Code Gil, Book 317, Page 343

    3. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 14 (Reliability: 3), 16 Sep 1916.
      See attach World War One Military Service Record.

    4. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 14 (Reliability: 3), 16 Dec 1916.
      See attached World War 1 Military Service Record

    5. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 14 (Reliability: 3), 27 Mar 1917.
      See attached World War 1 Military Service Record.

    6. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 14, 23 Jul 1917.
      See attached World War 1 Military Service Record.

    7. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 14 (Reliability: 3), 7 Aug 1917.
      See Attached World War 1 Military Service Record.

    8. [S308] World War 1 Military Unit War Diary, 66 (Reliability: 3), 13 Oct 1914.
      See attached copy of 50th Battalion AIF War Diary, Page 66 dated 13 Oct 1917 - 17 Oct 1917.

    9. [S306] Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Qnquiry Bureau Files, 1 - 9 (Reliability: 3), 15 Mar 1918.
      See attached Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau Files 1914-18 War 1DRL/0428, 6530 Private Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman, 50th Battalion.

    10. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 2 (Reliability: 3), 15 Oct 1917.
      Killed in Action Belgium.

    11. [S306] Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Qnquiry Bureau Files, 2 - 9 (Reliability: 3), 15 Mar 1918.
      See attached Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry bureau Files, 1914-18 War 1DRL/0428, 6530 Private hHn.

    12. [S306] Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Qnquiry Bureau Files, 2 (Reliability: 3), 15 Mar 1918.
      Marshman H.H.S. 6530 was buried by me at Zonnebeke ........ page 2 of the Red Cross report.

    13. [S306] Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Qnquiry Bureau Files, 2 (Reliability: 3), 16 Oct 1917.
      See attached Australian Red Cross Society wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau Files - 6530 Private Hemsley hurtle Stanley Marshman, 50th Battalion

    14. [S34] National Archives of Australia, 37, 1992.
      See page 37 of Hemsley Hutley Stanley Marshman's World War 1 Military history documents.

    15. [S64] World War I Military Service Record, Australian Government, (Australian National Archives), 16 (Reliability: 3), 25 Mar 1927.
      See attached World War 1 Military Service Record.

    16. [S27] South Australian Marriages Registrations 1842 - 1916, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society Inc, (South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry), District PtA, Symbol A, Book 252, Page 344 (Reliability: 3), 8 Aug 1912.
      See attached Marriage Registration form.

    17. [S143] The Advertiser Newspaper, 18 (Reliability: 3), 17 Aug 1912.
      See attached Marriage Notice published in The Advertiser Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, Saturday 17 August 1912, Page 18.

    18. [S247] Chronicle Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 34 (Reliability: 3), 24 Aug 1912.
      See attached Marriage Notice published Chronicle Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, Saturday 24 August 1912, Page 34.

    19. [S304] The Mail Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, 3 (Reliability: 3), 21 Sep 1912.
      See attached story reporting the Wedding of Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman to Miss Ruby Ida May Stoyel. Published in The Mail Newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, Saturday 21 September 1912, Page 3.


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