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Pierce'S Register

From Seventeenth Report of the National Society Daughters American Revolution

 

page 12

90292. Hopkins, Joseph

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 87

Name and Rank: Hopkins, Richd., Pt.

Company: Taylor's

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 9 May '76

Period of Service: 2 yrs.

Occurrences: Omtd Nov. '78

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 87

Name and Rank: Hopkins, Isaac, Pt.

Company: Donoho's

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: '77

Period of Service: 2 yrs.

Occurrences: ttt Destd Aug. '77, Mustd Feb. '79 in 5 Reg.

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 88

Name and Rank: [p.88] Hopkins, Isaac, Pt.

Company: Pikes'

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 10 May '77

Period of Service: 3 yrs.

Occurrences: ttt Omtd Jan. '78, Mustd Jan. '79

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 98

Name and Rank: Dye, Hopkins, Pt.

Company: Walsh's

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 5 Jan. '77

Period of Service: 3 yrs.

Occurrences: Dischgd 31 Jan. '80

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 131

Name and Rank: Hopkins, Dan'l, Corpl.

Company: Blount's

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 20 July '78

Period of Service: 9 mo.

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 132

Name and Rank: Hopkins, Joseph, Pt.

Company: Blount's

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 25 June 1779

Period of Service: W

Occurrences: Destd Oct. '79

Pierce'S Register

Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783

page 134

Name and Rank: Hopkins, Joseph, Musc.

Company: Yarboro's

Dates of Enlistment and Commission: 1781

Period of Service: 12 mo.

Occurrences: Do 15 Apr. '82

Pierce'S Register

Vol. IV. North Carolina Army Accounts. Old Series—Vol. IV—Remarks of Commissioners

page 204

No.: 2312.

Company: Daniel Hopkins

Pierce'S Register

Vol. IV. North Carolina Army Accounts. Old Series—Vol. IV—Remarks of Commissioners

page 209

No.: 3246.

Company: Rich'd. Hopkins, 9 mo's., Privt.

Pierce'S Register

Volume X

page 261

No.: 1357.

To whom granted and rank: Richard Hopkins, Privt

No. acres: 228

Service in months: 30

: D. Wilson

Pierce'S Register

Volume X

page 265

No.: 1564.

To whom granted and rank: Jonathan Hopkins, Corpl

No. acres: 1,000

Service in months: 84

: Self

Pierce'S Register

Volume X

page 265

No.: 1577.

To whom granted and rank: Isaac Hopkins, Privt

No. acres: 274

Service in months: 36

: Capt. Evans

Pierce'S Register

Volume X

page 289

No.: 2807.

To whom granted and rank: The heirs of John Hopkins

No. acres: 640

Service in months: 84

: Capt. McNees

Pierce'S Register

Volume X

page 306

No.: 3712.

To whom granted and rank: Hopkins Dye, Pri.

No. acres: 274

Service in months: 36

Location and to whom deeded and date of warrant. Within the limits of the lands allotted the

officers and soldiers of the Continental Line, by Law, 1783, Oct. 14: Nov. 27

: _____ Maples

Pierce'S Register

Volume X

page 308

No.: 3801.

To whom granted and rank: Hopkins Dye, Pri.

No. acres: 274

Service in months: 36

: ttt d'd to Mr. Berford of Caswell County

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 343

No.: Militia

To whom granted and rank: Hopkins Howell

No. acres: 1260

Service in months: Newbern Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 345

Continental Joseph Hopkins State of N. C.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 378

Militia Hopkins Dye 4046 Wilmington Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 385

Continental Jonathan Hopkins 40 Hillsborough Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 385

Continental Daniel Hopkins 202 Hillsborough Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 385

Continental Daniel Hopkins 202 Hillsborough Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 385

Continental Absalum Hopkins 68

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 385

Continental Joseph Hopkins 39 Halifax Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 390

Militia James Hopkins 880 Newbern Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 405

Militia Hopkins Bateman 302 Newbern Dist.

Pierce'S Register

[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 409

Continental Hopkins Witley 457 Hillsboro Dist.

 

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[p.313] VOUCHERS

page 450

Names: William Hopkins

Rank: Do

Sums received: 60.00

Description of service: Do

Commencement of pension: Do

Ages: 75

Pierce'S Register

SOURCE: Pennsylvania Archives Sixth Series VI
Muster Rolls relating to the Associators and Militia fo the City of
Philadelphis Penn

Robert Hopkins---page 11, 42, l66
Joseph Hopkins---24
John Hopkins---41
Samuel Hopkins, a preacher exempted---197
Samuel Hopkins, militia---260
William Hopkins---279
Michael Hopkins, excused at appeal---290
Michael Hopkins, deserted sep 19 1777---531

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Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.279
Bootman, William. Captain; petition signed by Daniel Hopkins, Esq.,
requesting that measures be taken to secure the exchange of said Bootman, he
having been a prisoner at New York for more than 12 months; allowed in
Council, May 7, 1778, and Capt. Thomas Compton proposed in exchange.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.664
Brown, Moses, Beverly. Sergeant, Capt. Larkin Thorndike's (1st Beverly) co.,
which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Concord; service, 2 days;
also, list of men who signed a receipt given to Daniel Hopkins for advance
pay, dated Beverly, Sept. 25, 1775; service guarding sea coast; also, Captain;
engaged July 11, 1775; service, 6 mos. 6 days, at Beverly; also, 7th co., Col.
John Glover's (14th) regt.; pay abstracts for Feb.-Sept., 1776; enlisted Jan. 1,
1776.
Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.618
Dean, Samuel, Wilmington. Private, Capt. Timothy Walker's co., Col. Green's
regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 4 days; also, list
dated Wilmington, Nov. 25, 1776, of men drafted to reinforce the army and to
be ready at a minute's notice until March 1, 1777, signed by Capt. C. Ford,
Jr., in behalf of Selectmen, Militia Officers, and Committee of Safety, of the
town of Wilmington; said Dean and Edward Kendal rated as one man; also, list
dated Nov. 29, 1776, of persons who hired men to serve in the army; said
Dean and Samuel Hopkins hired Jo's Grace; also, list of men credited with
turns of service [year not given]; said Dean credited with 2 turns.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.661
[p.662] Deming, Elijah. Captain, 11th (North Sandisfield) co., 1st Berkshire
Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers returned by Mark Hopkins and
other field officers of said regiment, dated Great Barrington, March 26, 1776;
ordered in Council May 6, 1776, that commissions be issued; reported
commissioned May 6, 1776; also, Captain, Col. Ashley's (Berkshire Co.)
regt.; entered service April 26, 1777; discharged May 20, 1777; service, 25
days; company ordered to Saratoga by Maj. Gen. Gates; also, same regt.;
entered service July 8, 1777; discharged July 28, 1777; service, 20 days;
company ordered to Fort Edward by Maj. Gen. Schuylar; also, same regt.;
entered service Aug. 10, 1777; discharged Aug. 22, 1777; service, 6 days;
company ordered to Bennington by Brig. Gen. John Fellows; also, same regt.;
entered service Sept. 19, 1777; discharged Oct. 18, 1777; service, 30 days;
company called out by Maj. Gen. Gates and ordered to Stillwater; also,
detachment from Col. Ashley's regt.; entered service June 4, 1778; discharged
July 15, 1778; service, 41 days; detachment ordered to Albany by Gen. John
Fellows.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.663
Deming, Solomon, Sandisfield. Ensign, Capt. Moses Soul's co., Col. John
Fellows's regt.; list of officers dated Roxbury Camp, May 23, 1775; also,
Ensign, same co. and regt.; list of officers dated Roxbury Camp, May 31,
1775; ordered in Provincial Congress at Watertown June 7, 1775, that
commissions be delivered said officers; receipt for commissions dated Camp at
Roxbury, June 10, 1775, signed by Col. Fellows; also, Ensign, Capt. Moses
Soule's co., Col. Fellows's (8th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; engaged
May 8, 1775; service, 3 mos. 1 day; also, company return dated Oct. 7, 1775;
reported engaged April 21, 1775; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Wolcott's
10th (Sandisfield) co., 1st Berkshire Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers
returned by Mark Hopkins and other field officers of said regiment, dated
Great Barrington, March 26, 1776; ordered in Council May 6, 1776, that
commissions be issued; reported commissioned May 6, 1776; also, 1st
Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Woolcott's (9th) co., 1st Berkshire Co. regt.; list of
officers of Mass. militia [year not given]; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. George
King's (6th) co., Col. Benjamin Simonds's detachment of Berkshire Co. militia;
muster roll dated Camp at Ticonderoga, Feb. 25, 1777; entered service Dec.
16, 1776; engagement to expire March 15, 1777; reported “on command on
scout;” also, same co. and detachment; return dated Sheffield, May 1, 1777,
signed by John Fellows, of men detached from said Fellows's (Berkshire Co.)
brigade, agreeable to order of General Court to reinforce Continental Army,
and who marched the beginning of Jan. [1777]; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel
Walcott's co., Col. John Ashley's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; entered service Sept.
19, 1777; discharged Oct. 18, 1777; service, 30 days, under Brig. Gen. John
Fellows; company ordered out by Gen. Gates to reinforce Northern army.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.780
Dimond, Benjamin. Company receipt for advance pay for 1 month, given to
Daniel Hopkins, dated Salem, Sept. 25, 1775.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.920
Down, John. Capt. William Hooper's co.; company receipt for advance pay
for 1 mo., given to Daniel Hopkins, dated Salem, Sept. 26, 1775; also,
Private, Capt. William Hooper's (Seacoast) co.; enlisted July 15, 1775; service
to Dec. 31, 1775; service, 6 mos., travel included; rolls dated Marblehead.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.930
Downing, Roswell. Captain, 3d (Sheffield) co., 1st Berkshire Co. regt. of
Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by companies of said regiment, as returned
by Mark Hopkins and others, field officers, dated Great Barrington, March
26, 1776; ordered in Council May 6, 1776, that commissions be issued;
reported commissioned May 6, 1776; also, Captain, Col. John Ashly's regt.;
engaged July 6, 1777; discharged July 27, 1777; service, 21 days; company
marched to Kingsbury at request of Maj. Gen. Schuiler (Schuyler); roll sworn
to in Berkshire Co.; also, Col. Ashly's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; engaged Sept. 19,
1777; discharged Oct. 19, 1777; service, 1 mo. 1 day, at Stillwater; roll
certified at Sheffield by Brig. Gen. John Fellows; also, Lieut. Col. Miles
Powell's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; engaged July 19, 1779; discharged Aug. 23,
1779; service, 1 mo. 8 days, travel included, at New Haven, Conn.; also, Col.
John Ashley's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; engaged Oct. 15, 1780; discharged Oct.
17, 1780; service 4 days; company marched to the Northward by order of
Brig. Gen. Fellows on an alarm at the time Forts George and Anne were taken
by the enemy; roll sworn to at Sheffield.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.152
Earven, Joseph. Capt. Benjamin Ward, Jr.'s co.; company receipt given to
Daniel Hopkins for advance pay for 1 month dated Salem, Sept. 25, 1775.
[See Joseph Eavern.]

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.285
Ellinwood, Joshua. Company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins for advance
pay for 1 month, dated Beverly, Sept. 25, 1775; also, Corporal, Capt. Moses
Brown's co.; enlisted July 15, 1775; service, 6 mos. 2 days; company
stationed at Beverly for defence of seacoast; also, Capt. Moses Brown's (7th)
co., Col. John Glover's (14th) regt.; pay abstracts for Feb.-Sept., 1776;
enlisted Jan. 15, 1776.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.292
Elliott, Andrew. Company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins for advance pay
for 1 month dated Beverly, Sept. 25, 1775; service guarding seacoast; also,
Private, Capt. Moses Brown's (7th) co., Col. John Glover's (14th) regt.; pay
abstracts for March, May, and July, 1776; enlisted April 22, 1776.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.377
English, Joseph, Salem. Capt. Benjamin Ward, Jr.'s co.; company receipt given
to Daniel Hopkins for advance pay for 1 month dated Salem, Sept. 25,
1775; also, Private, same co.; enlisted July 11, 1775; service, 6 mos. 5 days;
company stationed at Salem for defence of seacoast; also, same co.; enlisted
Jan. 22, 1776; discharged Nov. 18, 1776; service, 9 mos. 28 days; company
stationed at Salem for defence of seacoast; also, Corporal, Capt. Joseph
Hiller's co., Col. Jonathan Titcomb's regt.; arrived at destination May 6, 1777;
discharged July 6, 1777; service, 2 mos. 6 days, travel included, at Rhode
Island; roll dated Camp at Providence; also, Private, Capt. Zadok Buffinton's
co., Col. Samuel Johnson's regt.; enlisted Aug. 15, 1777; discharged Nov. 30,
1777, at Cambridge; service, 3 mos. 16 days, in Northern department;
engagement to expire Nov. 30, 1777; also, descriptive [p.378] list of men
raised to reinforce the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to
resolve of June 5, 1780, returned as received of Justin Ely, Commissioner, by
Brig. Gen. John Glover, at Springfield, July 11, 1780; age, 45 yrs.; stature, 5 ft.
8 in.; complexion, ruddy; engaged for town of Salem; marched to camp July
11, 1780, under command of Capt. George Webb; also, list of men raised for
the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as having passed
muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780; also, pay roll for 6
months men raised by the town of Salem for service in the Continental Army
during 1780; marched July 10, 1780; discharged Dec. 17, 1780; service, 5
mos. 20 days.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.380
Ensign, Elisha. 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Roswell Downing's (3d) co. (East co. in
Sheffield), 1st Berkshire Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by the
respective companies, as returned by Mark Hopkins and others, field
officers of said regiment, dated Great Barrington, March 26, 1776; ordered in
Council May 6, 1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported
commissioned May 6, 1776; [p.381] also, Lieutenant, Capt. Roswell
Downing's co., Lieut. Col. Miles Powell's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; engaged July
19, 1779; discharged Aug. 27, 1779; service, 1 mo. 9 days, travel included, at
New Haven, Conn.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.497
Farington, John. Private, Capt. Samuel King's co.; enlisted July 14, 1775;
service, 6 mos. 2 days; company stationed at Salem and Lynn for defence of
seacoast; also, company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins, for advance pay
for 1 month, dated Salem, Sept. 25, 1775.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.599
Felt, John. Private, Capt. Benjamin Ward, Jr.'s co.; enlisted July 11, 1775;
service, 6 mos. 5 days; company stationed at Salem for defence of seacoast;
also, same co.; company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins dated Salem,
Sept. 25, 1775, for advance pay for 1 month.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.735
Fitch, Ephraim, Egremont. Captain, 12th (Egremont) co., 1st Berkshire Co.
regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by said company May -, 1776, as
returned by Mark Hopkins, dated Great Barrington, June 3, 1776; ordered
in Council June 8, 1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported
commissioned June 8, 1776; also, Captain, 11th co., 1st Berkshire Co. regt. of
Mass. militia; list of officers [year not given]; also, Captain, Col. Hopkins's
(Berkshire Co.) regt.; entered service July 15, 1776; discharged Aug. 3, 1776;
service, 19 days, on an alarm at the Highlands, N. Y.; also, Captain, 4th co.,
Col. Benjamin Simonds's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; muster roll dated Ticonderoga,
Feb. 25, 1777; engaged Dec. 16, 1776; term to expire March 15, 1777; also,
Captain, Col. Benjamin Simonds's detachment; return dated Sheffield, May 1,
1777, signed by John Fellows, of a detachment from said Fellows's (Berkshire
Co.) brigade to reinforce Continental Army, made agreeable to order of
General Court, and which marched the beginning of Jan. [1777]; also, Captain,
Col. Ashley's (Berkshire Co.) regt.; entered service July 8, 1777; discharged
Aug. 14, 1777; service, 37 days.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.741
Fittplace, William. Capt. Francis Felton's co.; company receipt given to Daniel
Hopkins for advance pay for 1 month, dated Marblehead, Sept. 26, 1775.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.925
Foster, Paul. Private, Capt. Moses Brown's co.; enlisted July 15, 1775;
service, 6 mos. 2 days; company stationed at Beverly for defence of seacoast;
also, company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins for advance pay for 1
month, dated Beverly, Sept. 25, 1775.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.929
Foster, Samuel. Sergeant, Capt. Moses Brown's co., Col. John Glover's regt.;
enlisted July 15, 1775; service, 6 mos. 2 days; company stationed at Beverly
for defence of seacoast; also, company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins for
advance [p.930] pay for 1 month, dated Beverly, Sept. 25, 1775; also,
Sergeant, Capt. Moses Brown's (7th) co., Col. John Glover's (14th) regt.; pay
abstracts for Feb.-Sept., 1776; enlisted Jan. 8, 1776.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.935
Foster, Timothy. Fifer, Capt. Moses Brown's co.; enlisted July 15, 1775;
service, 6 mos. 2 days; company stationed at Beverly for defence of seacoast;
also, company receipt given to Daniel Hopkins for advance pay for 1 month
dated Beverly, Sept. 25, 1775.

Story of Virginia's Navy in the Revolution

 

This is a history of Virginia's Navy of the Revolution,

which was the largest of all the State navies. It presents individuals who

played significant roles in this organization, as well as the achievements and

failures of the Navy. Sources for this work include the Journal and the

Letter Book of the Virginia Naval Board, Revolutionary pension claim

papers, and other documents concerning the Virginia Navy.

Bibliography: Stewart, Robert Armistead. History of Virginia's Navy in the

Revolution, Richmond, VA, 1933.

page 7

In January, the month in which Washington appointed Manley commander of his Boston fleet,

Lord Dunmore, on the second, opened the occurrences of the year 1776 in Virginia by

bombarding and firing the waterfront of Norfolk.* But from his Lordship's further aggression a

prospect of early relief had been reported from Philadelphia, where Richard Henry Lee now sat

on the Naval Committee of Congress. In October, 1775, there had been authorized the

formation of a Continental fleet of armed vessels, and on December 22 Esek Hopkins, of Rhode

Island, was confirmed as its head. Even before the news of the bombardment of Norfolk had

reached the members of Congress that body had directed the new Commodore "if wind and

weather possibly admit, to proceed directly to Chesapeake Bay in Virginia against Dunmore,"

unless he found the enemy greatly superior. And early in February Hopkins' fleet, after

successfully contending with the ice in the Delaware, formed off Cape Henlopen, and on the

seventeenth struck out to sea.

 

page 203

HOPKINS, PATRICK, of Northumberland Co. Deserted from

page 203

Tartar, Va. Gazette, Sept. 11, 1779.

HOPKINS, THOMAS. Marine. Jan. 16, 1783.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS Of VIRGINIA

Rolls of Vessels of the Virginia State Navy

"EXTRACT FROM A PAYROLL OF MARINES AND SEAMEN BELONGING TO THE NAVY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA COMMANDED BY COMMODORE JAMES BARRON."

 

Hopkins, Tho., Marine, Entered Jan. 20, 1783

Hopkins, Samuel Lieut. Col. Cont'l. 7000 May 30, 1783 7 years

Hopkins, Samuel Lieut. Col. Cont'l. 833 1/3 Feb. 12, 1808 10 months

Hopkins, David Major Cont'l. 5333 1/3 July 6, 1792 For the war

Hopkins, David Major Cont'l. 2072 Oct. 1, 1808 8 years 4 months

Hopkins, Daniel (or David) Major Cont'l. David Hopkins, major light dragoons, received land for service of eight years and four months. No proof that Daniel Hopkins i entitled to land.

Hopkins, Samuel, Lieut. Col. Inf., Cont'l.

Hopkins, Richards, Matross, Art.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS Of VIRGINIA

Revolutionary War Records of Virginia, p.526 [p.527]SECTION IV Revolutionary War Records of

Virginia, p.527 VIRGINIA STATE TROOPS ON VIRGINIA STATE LINE [p.528]

Section IV

CENSUS OF DUNMORE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1775

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF JOHN NETHERTON

Males 16 Years old Males under 16 Females

page 601

Hopkins, Humphry

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HOPKINS, Garner (NY): Carol Logan

HOPKINS, Jonah (RI): Bev Schonewolf

HOPKINS, Oliver (RI): Bev Schonewolf

 

PENNSYLVANIA

This material is taken from
INTIMATE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA. compiled by Frances
Hallam Hurt 1976.
             Roster of Revoluntionary Soldiers from
                  Pittsylvania County, Virginia


HOPKINS, James.*  b. 1765  Soldier at Camden





   

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