Robert E. Chaney
of Carroll Co., Arkansas
Family Group


Robert E. CHANEY; His middle initial has been recorded as E. and as D. but there is little certainty of what it was;1,2,3 Bob was born in the late 1820's, possibly, in Kentucky. Two census records report his place of birth as Indiana and at least one family member thought he was born in Ohio. His father, according to family tradition, was also called "Bob" indicating that he was also named Robert.  (Note: recent research, including yDNA testing of a descendant or Robert's brother Hezekiah, indicates that the father was Hosea Chaney who lived in Newton County, Missouri, in 1840, and in 1830 in Sullivlan Co., Indiana.  He was the youngest son of Hezekiah Chaney who died in Wythe County, Virginia, in 1813.)  Bob's grandson, Jesse Gerald Chaney recalled family stories that his great-grandfather, Bob, had a brother named Frank who was a bear hunter. Bob's mother was apparently named Sarah. (However, research shows that this great grandfather was not named Bob but Hosea.) Three brothers are known, Hezekiah, Hosea and "Bud" who was named Ninevah. Census records of 1860 report show the brothers living next door to one another with "Nenivah" (evidently known as "Bud") living with Hezekiah. A grandson, Jesse Gerald Chaney, recalled his father saying that the brothers had a sister named Jane. Research shows that there was a Jane but she was actually a niece f the brother's sister Zuritha Clark.
    Bob married Mary Ann Skaggs in the 1840's. She was blonde while Bob was brunette. Bob has not been located in the 1850 census although it is probable that he was in Texas since a daughter born in 1850/52 is sometimes recorded as being born in Texas. His son, Marble, told his children that Bob was in Bell County, Texas, around 1850. (Bell County was formed that year from Milam County.) They lived near Little River where the Comanche Indians were still occasionally raiding the settlers in the area. On bright moonlit nights the settlers would seek refuge in Fort Griffin (not to confused with the famous Fort Griffin in west Texas). Mary was very afraid of the Indians so Bob moved the family back to Arkansas where Lucinda was born in 1852 although some report that she was actually born in Texas. They had several children before Mary died about 1868.
    In 1869, Bob married Margaret Lewis. They had one daughter, Arminda D., before Margaret died.
    (There is a record of a Robert A. Chaney who served in the Rangers from 1 September 1875 and discharged on 30 November 1875. He was reported to be 6'2" with light hair, blue eyes and fair. His age was given 30 and his place of birth as Haywood Co., Tennessee. Bob was always quite "loose" with his age and this could be him although it would take some "stretching" for a 46-year-old to pass as 30.) There is a family tradition that Bob did serve as a Texas ranger and he was known to be in Texas at the involved time. However, he was working with his cousin Francis Stokley Chaney.
    In 1877, Bob married a widow, Eliza A. Morrison Sims who lived on her farm about fifteen miles from Bob's place. (In 1875, Bob had purchased forty acres of farmland from the state. The land had been forfeited by the previous owner for payment of unpaid taxes.) Initially, Bob lived with her on her farm while his childrenRule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas remained on his farm.
    He did some moonshining but only for his own use. He kept an open keg of his brew just outside the kitchen door with a tin cup hanging on a string and would take a sip when he passed by. Once when the "revenooers" were after him, he trimmed his long hair and cut off his beard. When he came home, even his own family had trouble recognizing him.
    He died in 1891 from a fall from his horse. (The preparer has been told various stories concerning Bob's death. One is that the fall itself did not kill him that he drowned in a water-filled ditch into which he was thrown. Another suggests that his death was not accidental.) He was buried in Rule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll County, Arkansas, where Mary Ann and Margaret had been buried. His brother Ninevah, "Bud," was buried there as well as two children of his brother, Hezekiah. Eliza was to be buried there when she died in 1921.

Birth: cir __ ___ 1825 Indiana (probably Sullivan County)..4
Cen-Head: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Marriage: 27 Nov 1869 Margaret A. LEWIS (1835- ); Harrison, Boone Co., Arkansas.5
Cen-Head: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; He is reported to be a farmer¦¦Robert Chancey.6
Marriage: 23 Sep 1877 Eliza A. MORRISON (1838-1921); Carroll Co., Arkansas7
Cen-Head: 08 Jun 1880 AR Carroll Co. 1880 CENSUS; Carrollton Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas; ¦¦Robbert.8
Death: 26 Mar 1891 Carroll Co., Arkansas.2,1
Burial: aft 26 Mar 1891 Rule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.9,1
Probate: 19 Apr 1893 Carroll Co., Arkansas.10
Father: Hosea CHANEY ( -1842)
Mother: Sarah A. (--?--) (1795-1870)


Robert's First Marriage: cir __ ___ 1847 2,1

Spouse: Mary Ann SKAGGS1
Birth: cir __ ___ 1827 Kentucky.1
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Death: aft 20 Aug 1868 Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Burial: aft 20 Aug 1868 Rule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,2

Six Children:

?/F Sarah Jane CHANEY1
Birth: cir __ ___ 1848 Arkansas.1,4
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; She is recorded as doing house work¦¦Sarah J. Chancey.6
Death: aft __ ___ 1870 Arkansas; She appeared in the 1860 and 1870 census records.1,4
Marriage? __ ___ ____
Burial: __ ___ ____

?/F Lucinda I. CHANEY1,11
Birth: 17 May 1852 Texas.6,1
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; She is recorded as doing house work¦¦Lucinda Chancey.6
Marriage: 01 Feb 1872 William Richard HITTSON (1836-1892); Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.11
Son: 08 Mar 1873 George Thomas HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 05 Sep 1874 Robert Coe HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 12 Sep 1877 Mary Ann HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,11
Son: 25 Aug 1879 John W. HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 22 Jan 1881 Myrtle Jean HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 25 Apr 1885 William Mason HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: __ May 1885 Roy Oscar HITTSON; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Death: aft __ May 1885 Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Burial: aft __ May 1885 Rule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Marriage: __ ___ ____ Lewis BUNCH11

?/M Christopher Columbus CHANEY;12,1,13 His daughter, Ida, recalled Columbus telling her of his childhood and the hard times during the Civil War. He was eight years old when the War began and twelve when it ended. He hunted in the Mountains many nights all night for any kind of an animal the family could eat. They had two worn-out cows that gave a little milk that was saved for the baby. The rest of them ate what he could find and what he and his mother could raise in the garden. In later life he would not eat tomatoes because that was all they had to eat at one time and he ate them until they made him sick. He and his mother planted a six acre patch of barley. When the barley was in the milk stage (just before it ripened) he and his mother would gather the heads and shell enough for their breakfast and supper. "It was pretty rough because it was just as effective as a dose of Epsom salts."
    He loved his mother dearly and told how beautifully she sang. He loved his stepmother, Margaret, also, and said his own mother could not have been sweeter or better to him and his siblings than she was. When his father married his third wife he went to live with her on her farm about fifteen miles away. His children lived on the home farm. Once his brother Bill was working up with their dad and became sick with the measles. Columbus took an extra horse and a slicker for Bill to wear and brought him home in one of the hardest rains he ever saw. Despite Bill's high fever he survived and was soon well as ever.
    He married Mary Frances Felton in 1877. The ceremony was held in her parents' home in Green Forest. There was much friction between him and his father and sister, Sarah Jane. So, in 1883 he left Carroll County to get away from the volatile situation. He had heard that homestead land was available in Texas and moved there. First he lived in Hamilton County, Texas, then moved to Gorman where, along with Caleb Martin and Robert Sims, he was one of the first settlers around Gorman, Eastland County, Texas. His homestead was at Jewell, several miles south of Eastland.
    In the late 1890's he was licensed as a Methodist preacher. He was an extremely respected man who spoke and appeared to be very well educated. In contrast, his wife could neither read nor write. The Methodist Bishop of Texas was known to visit with him.
    Mary Frances died in 1930. Christopher Columbus died in 1935. Both were buried in Gorman.  ---Robert Jackson Chaney & Jane McAfee.
Birth: 01 Jul 1853 Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.12,1
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; It is recorded that works on farm¦¦Columus Chancey.6
Marriage: 02 May 1877 Mary Frances FELTON (1861-1930); Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,13
Son: 14 Nov 1878 William Robert CHANEY1
Son: 20 Feb 1880 James Elbert CHANEY; Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,13
Daughter: 18 Jan 1882 Lillian Mae CHANEY; Arkansas.1,12
Daughter: 23 Sep 1885 Maude CHANEY; Pottsville, Hamilton Co., Texas.1
Son: 11 Jan 1890 Cuthbert CHANEY; Texas.1
Daughter: 28 Jul 1892 Myrtle Catherine CHANEY; Texas.1
Daughter: 16 Feb 1894 Mary Irene CHANEY; Hamilton Co., Texas.1
Son: 12 Dec 1896 Columbus Jackson CHANEY; Shive, Hamilton Co., Texas.12
Daughter: 21 Oct 1898 Ida True CHANEY; Hamilton Co., Texas.1
Census: __ ___ 1910 Mary Frances FELTON (1861-1930); Eastland Co., Texas.13
Death: 01 Apr 1940 Eastland City, Eastland Co., Texas.12,1,14
Burial: __ ___ ____

?/M William Wesley CHANEY;1 Tradition is that Bill left Arkansas in 1879-80 after killing a man in defending the honor of one of his sisters. He reported rode a black mule directly to the Moody area in McLennan County, Texas. There he met Eliza whom he eventually married. They began a family and, in 1894, lost three children to illness.
    About 1901, they moved to adjacent Coryell County to what was to be their permanent home about a mile northwest of the present White Hall Church. The farm was to eventually consist of 200 acres. He became known for the quality of the mules he raised and traded.
    In his later years, one of his favorite activities was going to Gatesville's "First Mondays" in which he was a regular participant and seldom had nothing to swap. One of his trades cost him his right thumb. He was leading a half-broken horse behind his buggy on his way home on the old "Reformatory Road." A passing automobile spooked the horse causing it to suddenly rear back. The unexpected movement snapped the lead rope Bill held cleanly severing the thumb at the joint. --from CORYELL FAMILIES, 1854-1985 compiled by the Coryell County Genealogical Society, Gatesville, TX. Taylor Publishing Co., Dallas, 1986.
Birth: 01 Jan 1860 Batesville, Independence Co., Arkansas.1
Cen-Enum: __ ___ 1860 AR Carroll Co. 1860 CENSUS; Osage Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.4
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; It is shown that he works on farm¦¦William W. Chancey.6
Marriage: 24 Jan 1886 Mary Eliza CULPEPPER (1867-1944); Gatesville, Coryell Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 03 Nov 1886 Eva C. CHANEY; Coryell Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 06 Nov 1888 Mattie Bell CHANEY; Coryell Co., Texas.1
Son: 08 Aug 1889 William Penn CHANEY; Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.1
Son: 23 Oct 1892 Robert E. CHANEY; McLennan Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 09 Mar 1893 Ema Ceola CHANEY; McLennan Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 16 Apr 1894 Mae K. CHANEY; McLennan Co., Texas.15
Son: 09 Aug 1897 Thomas Brian CHANEY; Gatesville, Coryell Co., Texas.15
Daughter: 09 Nov 1901 Mamie Ruth CHANEY; Coryell Co., Texas.15
Son: 22 Jun 1904 James Marvel CHANEY; Coryell Co., Texas.1,16
Daughter: 15 Dec 1906 Harriet L. CHANEY; Coryell Co., Texas.1
Census: __ ___ 1910 Mary Eliza CULPEPPER (1867-1944); Coryell Co., Texas.17
Death: 25 Nov 1935 Coryell Co., Texas.1,18
Burial: __ ___ ____

?/F Florenz Catherine CHANEY1
Birth: __ Apr 1865 Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; ¦¦Catherine Chancey.6
Marriage: cir __ ___ 1884 Henry Harrison WEATHERMAN (1871-1949)1
Son: 10 Jun 1892 Dennis Grayson WEATHERMAN; Coryell Co., Texas.1
Son: 12 Oct 1902 Britton Columbus WEATHERMAN; Gorman, Eastland Co., Texas.1
Death: __ Apr 1942 Electra, Wichita Co., Texas.1
Burial: __ Apr 1942 Electra, Wichita Co., Texas.1

?/M Marvel Stone CHANEY; His name is very often recorded as Marble Stone Chaney. His tombstone at the Moody Cemetery is engraved "Marvel S." Other records show it either way;1,19,20,21 He came to Texas in 1882 with his older brother, Christopher Columbus Chaney. Their sister, Mintie, was with them.
    After marrying Delia Mae Garner in Gatesville, Coryell County, Texas, he and his bride returned home to Moody where they were met by the bride's father. He carried a shotgun. Delia Mae said to him, "Daddy, we are married." Jess just hung his head and walked off. (Jesse Gerald Chaney)
    In 1911, the Round Top School, north of Willow Grove, Bell County, Texas, was consolidated with the Willow Grove School. The Round Top School building was relocated and used while a new school building was being erected. However, there was concern that a three or four month school term was inadequate and an effort to further consolidate the area schools was initiated. He was one of the early active supporters of this drive and was among those who went to Austin to secure the consolidation. Their success resulted in an $8,000 bond for construction of a new building for the new Willow Grove Consolidated School District. When the cornerstone was laid on 1 September 1913, Marvel Stone was one of the trustees;
Occupation: __ ___ ____ Farmer.1,19
Birth: 20 Aug 1868 Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,19,2
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P. O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; His place of birth was shown as North Carolina although this is evidently an error in the ennumeration. His grandmother, listed just following him, was born in North Carolina¦¦Marble Chancey.6
Marriage: 23 Dec 1890 Thankful R. PINKSTON (1870-1893); Coryell Co., Texas.1
Daughter: __ Dec 1891 Lelia CHANEY; Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.1,19
Marriage: 16 Nov 1896 Delia Mae GARNER (1881-1967); Coryell Co., Texas.1
Cen-Head: 02 Jun 1900 TX McLennan Co. 1900 CENSUS; Precinct #6, Moody, McLennan Co., Texas; ¦¦Marble.22
Son: 06 Jun 1902 Raymond Lee CHANEY Sr.; McLennan Co., Texas.1
Son: 17 May 1904 Cecil Stone CHANEY; Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.1,19
Son: 09 Aug 1906 Jesse Gerald CHANEY Sr.; Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.19,23
Census: __ ___ 1910 Delia Mae GARNER (1881-1967); McLennan Co., Texas.21
Death: 21 Aug 1950 McLennan Co., Texas.1,19,2
Burial: aft 21 Aug 1950 Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.1,19


Robert's Second Marriage: 27 Nov 1869 Harrison, Boone Co., Arkansas.5

Spouse: Margaret A. LEWIS6
Birth:
cir __ ___ 1835 Indiana.1,6
Burial: __ ___ ____ Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Cen-Enum: 09 Aug 1870 AR Carroll Co. 1870 CENSUS; Liberty Township, P.O. Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; She is recorded as keeping house. Also in the census are her children by a previous marriage: Missouri, John and Sam¦¦Margaret A. Chancey.6
Death: __ ___ ____
Father:
Mother:

One Child:

?/F Arminda D. CHANEY24,25
Note: __ ___ ____ A niece recalled that Mintie, along with her brothers Marble and Bill, accompanied another brother, Christopher Columbus, when he moved to Texas in 1882. In 1890, she was living near Moody in McLennan County, Texas. After her husband died, her brother, Marvel, used Neil's life insurance from the Woodsmen of the World to buy a farm in Willow Grove near Marvel.1
Birth: 29 Dec 1870 Carroll Co., Arkansas; 1900 census records birth as October 1871.24,1
Marriage: 27 Oct 1891 Cornelius Lafayette GUNN (1869-1917); Bell Co., Texas.25
Daughter: 09 Jun 1892 Mable GUNN; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.17
Son: 28 Oct 1897 Charley GUNN; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.1
Son: 15 Nov 1897 Edgar Clayton GUNN Sr.; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.1,26
Son: 16 Dec 1899 Robert Mason GUNN Sr.; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.1,26
Census: 04 Jun 1900 Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.24
Son: 22 Jan 1902 Columbus Wesley GUNN Sr.; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 01 Jan 1905 Ellen Loraine GUNN; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 30 May 1907 Helen GUNN; Eastland Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 13 Jan 1911 Delia Kathryn GUNN; Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.1
Death: 28 Sep 1956 Willow Grove, Bell Co., Texas.2,1
Burial: aft 28 Sep 1956 Moody Cemetery, Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.2,1


Robert's Third Marriage: 23 Sep 1877 7

Spouse: Eliza A. MORRISON7
Birth: 09 Jan 1838 2,1
Marriage: bef __ ___ 1868 (--?--) SIMS1
Cen-Enum: 08 Jun 1880 AR Carroll Co. 1880 CENSUS; Carrollton Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas; Also in the household are her children by her previous marriage: Joseph R., Cordelia A., Mirah B., Edward F., and Florence Sims¦¦.8
Death: 21 Aug 1921 1,2
Burial: aft 21 Aug 1921 Rule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Father:
Mother:

Three Children:

?/F Mary Ann CHANEY1
Birth: 19 Jun 1879 Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Cen-Enum: 08 Jun 1880 AR Carroll Co. 1880 CENSUS; Carrollton Township, Carroll Co., Arkansas.8
Marriage: 17 Dec 1900 George Harbert STROUD (1879-1956); Arkansas.1
Son: 11 Sep 1901 Alvie Jesse STROUD; Moody, McLennan Co., Texas.1
Son: 08 Feb 1903 Troy C. STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 02 Dec 1904 Recie Goldie STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 28 Jul 1907 Ora Becil STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 08 Jun 1909 Alford Ross STROUD; Waco, McLennan Co., Texas.1
Daughter: 01 Apr 1913 Nina Mae STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 01 Jun 1915 Ause Virgil STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 30 Jul 1917 William Cleo STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 29 Jan 1920 Myrtle Lorene STROUD; Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Death: 15 Jun 1954 Perryton, Ochiltree Co., Texas.1
Burial: aft 15 Jun 1954 Gray, Oklahoma.1

?/M Archie Crill CHANEY1
Archie Crill Chaney was called "Bud." He saw to it that the family graves in the Rule Cemetery, Carroll County, Arkansas, was maintained. He had stones placed on the older graves, those of his father, mother, stepmothers, uncle "Bud" and cousins.
    His hair turned gray at an early age and, unlike his sons, kept most of it.1
Birth: 31 Jan 1881 Green Forest, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Marriage: cir __ ___ 1903 Safronia Alice MCKINNEY (1880-1952)1
Son: 07 Feb 1904 William Kenner CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.27,1
Son: 31 Jan 1906 Robert Clinton CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 16 Sep 1908 Clarence Franklin CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 06 Sep 1911 Samuel Jewell CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,28
Daughter: aft __ ___ 1912 Sarah Viola CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.29,30
Son: 11 Dec 1914 Fred Jefferson CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 21 Jan 1918 Ethel Irene CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,30
Son: 26 Feb 1920 Joyce Columbus CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1,31
Daughter: 08 Nov 1922 Blanch Winnie CHANEY; Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Death: 11 Jul 1970 Berryville, Carroll Co., Arkansas; The Social Security Death Benefits Index shows only the month and year of death, July 1970.1,32
Burial: aft 11 Jul 1970 Rule Cemetery, Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1

?/F Pearl Golden CHANEY1
Birth: 11 Feb 1883 Rule, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Marriage: cir __ ___ 1904 James Young LOGAN (1878-1916); Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 28 Apr 1905 Cleo McConnal LOGAN; Dry Fork, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 30 Mar 1907 Robert Delton LOGAN; Dry Fork, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Son: 27 Jul 1909 Joe Frank LOGAN; Dry Fork, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Daughter: 27 Oct 1911 Thelma Beatrice LOGAN; Dry Fork, Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Death: 05 Jun 1948 Carroll Co., Arkansas.1
Burial: aft 05 Jun 1948 Carroll Co., Arkansas.1


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