The aim was rehabilitation and the British Treasury paid. Passenger lists of assisted immigrants to various ports in New Zealand. See maritime museums, online, and below for possible sources of photographs. The passenger lists held in Wellington [ADBO 16135] cover both assisted and unassisted immigrants who arrived by ship from 1883 until 1973. Notices of Intention to Marry, in Registers at Archives New Zealand Wellington [ADAQ 8937], may record length of residence in the registrar district. The New Zealand Company, Plymouth Company, Otago Association, Canterbury Association, provincial, and central government schemes all assisted migrants to New Zealand. Most assisted immigrant records held in Wellington date from 1871 when central government began to sponsor immigrants. People applying for entry permits to South Africa can be traced through the General Index to Registers of Inwards Correspondence 1901-1903 [ACGO 8335 IA3 123 / 3/25] and the Register of Inwards Correspondence - 25 April 1901 - 13 March 1902 which gives individual names [ACGO 8335 IA3 58 / 1/58 1901/1261-1902/765]. The British government sent about 750 army pensioners, with their families, in eleven ships 1847-1853. Museums and libraries throughout New Zealand, for local and regional immigration information. Remeura, leaving Southampton on 13 March, 1931, for Wellington and Lyttelton via Panama Canal. The New Zealand Company, Plymouth Company, Otago Association, Canterbury Association, provincial, and central government schemes all assisted migrants to New Zealand. If you know the vessel's name - check Gavin's website 'Immigrant Ships to New Zealand 1835 to 1910' to obtain the arrival port and date in New Zealand. Research for the original information found in the ISTG COMPASS was conducted by Harriet Rosch and the late Donna Jackson. The inbound passenger lists also include airplane arrivals in Auckland beginning in 1939 and continuing through 1965. The Nomination Scheme continued until early 1891 and resulted in the immigration of 31,693 people. Names are in the General Biographical Index. [Search Accession CH61/ search for records 1-13] (CH), Department of Labour Christchurch District Office, Immigration Division - permanent entry files 1974-1976. Access restricted for 100 years from date of birth or 40 years from date of death. Index cards to temporary permit files 1930-1960, including a separate index to stowaways, deserters Thousands of British migrants were assisted to New Zealand. Drafts and correspondence are held: 1947-1966 [(ACGV 8814) L1 22/6/0-205A] [Search Series 8814 using record number 22/6/*], 1965-1966 [(ACGV 8814) L1 22/6/A1-A135 & L 1 22/6/S.1-S.22] [Search Series 8814 using record number 22/6/A* & 22/6/S*]. Ships often called at more than one port and emigration from Dunedin was usually included with Wellington and Auckland entries. Refunds – Waikato Immigrants c1866-1877 [BAAZ 4688] (AK), Register of Applications for Grants for Waikato Immigrants 1867-1882 [BAAZ 4689/1a] (AK), Waikato Immigration - Applications for Crown Grants 1868-1877 [BAAZ 4690] (AK). This is a restricted access series. to retrieve any portion of the site. Our Auckland archive holds the inward passenger ship lists for 1909, 1915-1965 [BBAO 5552] (AK). Christine and anyone searching passenger lists for New Zealand, this is a very good site to try, as well as genealogylinks.net, click New Zealand, Sooty’s Home pages… Jenelle. The card indexes do not include crew members or passengers who embarked after the ship had left Britain, such as in Australia. BEN NEVIS - London to Auckland 1879. The ISTG Compass began to guide researchers in September 1999, and is an invaluable research site for genealogists. Also includes travel within New Zealand ports. [Search Series 16135 using keyword “Outward”]. Columns include name, age, county and occupation. After the Second World War 504 ‘displaced’ Yugoslavs entered New Zealand 1949-1951. Entries are in: ‘Nominal Rolls of Displaced Persons Entering New Zealand 1949-1952’ [(ACGV 8834) L 22/1-10] [Search Series 8834 [Search Series 8834 and Box 1], A file: ‘NZ Police reports on Yugoslavs 1948-1952’ gives brief official reports on Yugoslavs seeking to sponsor other Yugoslavs, usually relatives, to New Zealand. Fourteen registers [ACFQ 8230], record about 8000 passage orders covering more than 19,000 people. Organized by Date of Departure, Steamship Line, Steamship or Ocean Liner, Class of Passengers, Route, and the Ship's Captain. Assisted Immigration to Canterbury 1855-70. New Zealand Society of Genealogists and local branches. Certificates under the Immigration Restriction Act 1907-1957; and. Serving Genealogists since 1998 With 942 Ships, 250 ship photographs, 2434 Passenger Lists, [ACHU 19327], The Watt Index - ‘Index to the New Zealand Section of the Register of all British Ships 1840-1950’ (This does not include many immigrant ships because they were registered in Britain.) Card indexes have been created, from all surviving passenger lists and immigrant information at Archives New Zealand in Wellington, of those assisted to New Zealand by the New Zealand Company, other colonising ventures, provincial and central governments, 1840-1880s. On arrival in New Zealand, ships handed formal Passenger Lists to a customs officer. It lists immigrant ships to Lyttelton and gives dates where passengers lists appear in 1850s-1870s newspapers. For 1840-1880s our Wellington archive holds records of government-assisted immigrants only, mostly ship passenger lists. The St George in 1842 brought 92 boys and another 31 came on the Mandarin in 1843, making a total of 123. Within a year or two about 500 From the 1890s, increasing numbers of passenger and crew lists for ships from Australia and elsewhere are included in the lists, but not indexed. Children up to the age of 11 are listed with their parents. These retired soldiers, the Royal New Zealand Fencibles, were also known as Chelsea pensioners because their British pensions were administered at Chelsea, London, though paid through the New Zealand Treasury. Use a search engine and enter ‘Immigration New Zealand’ and then refine the search. 1910 NZSCo together with Shaw, Savill and White Star Line took control of the Canadian-Australasian Line (James Huddart) and recommenced services between New Zealand - Australia and Canada. Ashburton, departed from London, England, stopped in Nelson, New Zealand, and arrived in Lyttelton, New Zealand, 19 December 1859. ALUMBAGH - London to Auckland 1875. Only 202 children arrived, in two groups to Wellington, 27 September 1940 [ABDO 16135 613 July-Sept No.33 Ruahine 89 children] and 4 October 1940 [ADBO 16135 613 Oct-Dec No.1 Rangitata 113 children]. [ACGV 8833 L21 Box 1]. Nor was land available for sale to defray the expenses of the scheme. However, ships often went to more than one port and a passenger list held under Wellington, for example, may include people who disembarked elsewhere. Use ‘Papers Past’ online which is searchable. Applications for and copies of the permits survive among the inward correspondence of the Colonial Secretary, later the Internal Affairs Department. TO AUCKLAND. Our holdings of the following records around promissory notes and bills are incomplete: Promissory Notes and Bills 1870-1885 [ACFQ 8231], Promissory Notes 1873-1891 [search Series 8223 using the keywords 'Promissory Notes'], Wellington Hospital Admission & Discharge Book 1847-1880 includes, for the period February 1877 to June 1880, the names of ships people arrived on and their countries of origin. BRITISH EMPIRE - Falmouth to Auckland 1880. FamilySearch Historical Records provide searchable ship passenger lists for New Zealand. In our Christchurch archive there are Canterbury Association shipping papers (passenger lists, surgeons’ reports, etc) for 22 voyages to Lyttelton 1850-1852. Material relating to immigration has been indexed. The items are digitised and available in [Series 19645]. Three groups of refugees or migrants escaping war came to New Zealand. There are no dates provided and it is searchable by name on Archway. All content on these electronic pages may NOT be obtained by unacceptable means New Zealand, Immigration Passenger Lists (FamilySearch Historical Records) covering the period 1839 to 1973. Passenger Lists. Such as: Departmental index of inwards letters [ACFS 8240 IM-CH1 1 /], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - Inwards letters [ACFT 8246], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - outwards correspondence [ACFT 8248], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - papers relating to the despatch of immigrants [ACFT 8249], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - surgeons' journals [ACFT 8250], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - medical journals [ACFT 8251], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - surgeons' requisition books [ACFT 8252], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - passenger lists [ACFT 8253], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - miscellaneous ships' papers [ACFT 8254], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - cash books [ACFT 8255], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer – ledgers [ACFT 8256], Secretary to the Immigration Commissioners and Immigration Officer - miscellaneous account papers [ACFT 8257], Forms for nominating immigrants [ACFU 8260 IM-NP1/1], "Halcione" Surgeons requisition book [ACFU 8261 IM-NP2/1], Agreements between employers and immigrants [ACFU 8262 IM-NP3/1]. On arrival in New Zealand, ships handed formal Passenger Lists to a customs officer. Files held at our Wellington archive include some lists of the children, reports from voyages out and some reports on individual children. Passengers for ships that arrived from Britain from 1883 to 1915 are listed in a have been card indexed available in the Wellington Reading Room by surname, and grouped by port as above [SS1]. 1. Also, please don't ask what individual passengers did after they arrived In New Zealand. Search by name/s, place, year. Māori origins are traced through whakapapa. This index is based on our passenger lists and other records and does not include records of all ships which came to New Zealand. These are the index cards to the Personal files above [ACGB 8313] Restricted, Polish Children’s Camp, 161 Files 1944-1949 [AAYS 8707 AD 91], External Affairs [(ACIE 8798) EA 1 90/13/1-20] [Search Series 8798 using record number 90/13/*], Labour [ACGV 8814 L 1 22/1/178/3-4] [Search Series 8814 using record number 22/1/178]. The records for minor ports hold some emigration records for 1886 and then from 1895. Personal details for men whose pensions started before 1865 and continued after that date were not usually transferred to later books. … Hundreds of wives and children of Chinese already in New Zealand arrived in Auckland and Wellington from August 1939 to early 1941, escaping the Japanese invasion of the later 1930s. R100 [ABKF 6794]. Before 1948, every passenger ship or aircraft captain provided a list of passengers on their vessel when they arrived. These lists (which sometimes include crew lists) were compiled by shipping companies and collected by customs officials when ships arrived. This study is organized by Family Groups (lineages descending from a single individual). Under the Immigrants Land Act 1873, those paying their own fare to New Zealand were entitled to a grant of Crown land, or of other land available for disposal by the government. The register entries give specific file references for correspondence and are not the correspondence itself. There is a card index which contains the Passenger Index Port of Wellington Entry 1856-1887 in the Wellington Reading Room. Both groups were recorded in passenger lists [Series 8235]. New Zealand Company records contain information about immigrants to New Zealand 1839-1850. Labour Department archives include various records of immigration, particularly of people who were not British [L20 – L30]. ’. Nominated migrants might appear in other records as well, such as Register Books of Lists of Passage Orders. Fitted ships with refrigerated capacity for NZ meat in 1881. From 1948, air travel passengers filled in their own cards. They had nominal military duties in return for free transport to New Zealand for themselves and families, plus a grant of a cottage with one acre, which became their property after seven years. Search the Board of Trade Outward-bound passenger lists in the BT27 series online covering the first five decades 1890 - 1960 on ancestorsonboard, a commercial site. The intention was to record: (a) number and date of Passage Order; (b) name, age and occupation of nominee, (c) full address of nominee, (d) name and address of nominator; (e) disposal, that is, details of the outcome of the nomination – usually whether or not people came to New Zealand. Passenger lists, Victoria, Australia outwards to New Zealand, 1852 onwards [microform] Papers Past can be searched for “shipping intelligence” and other passenger lists, e.g. Before 1900 there were 4 classes of immigration: Convicts sentenced to Australia for various periods of time, depending on the crime. The aim was to consolidate the government position after the wars of the 1860s and develop the Waikato area for Pākehā. The passenger lists are unindexed. Passenger Lists available from the GG Archives from the Port of Auckland, New Zealand. Our archives in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin hold some regional immigration information, but most immigration records are held in Wellington. About 2000 came from Britain and 1000 from the Cape. which include use of any spider, robot, retrieval application or any device GAVIN'S IMMIGRANT SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND - 1835 - 1910. The scheme was not a success. See passenger lists [ADBO 16135]. Identifiable groups, among many other arrivals by sea and air 1950s-1960s, are: Belgians - Drafts 1962-1965 [(ACGV 8814) L 1 22/14/1-14)] [Search Series 8814 and Belgian], Greeks - Drafts 1962-1966 [(ACGV 8814) L 1 22/3/15] [Search Series 8814 and 22/3/15], Germans & Austrians - Drafts 1956-1964 [(ACGV 8814) L 1 22/4/1-46] [Search Series 8814 and 22/4/*], Assisted Migrants whose Cards and Files have been Destroyed – Up to Draft 110 [(ABKF 8004) W5199/1-5] [Search Series 8804 and Box 3], Registered Case Files of Temporary-entry Immigrants [(ACGV 8832) L20]. The FamilySearch site has additionally enabled word searching to be done of the passenger list. New Zealander (to 1852), Southern Cross (to 1876), Auckland Star and New Zealand Herald (to 1945), and the Evening Post for Wellington inwards passengers (to 1945) Database of 1843-1885 arrivals to and departures from New Plymouth, from the passenger lists published in the Taranaki Herald. References to these papers are also in the card indexes. Passenger lists, 1871-1888 [microfilm] - Collections Online - Auckland War Memorial Museum condensed Microform - 1999. Many books have been published about various early settlements in New Zealand and these often include shipping and immigrant information. Most of them were from the British Isles, but some were from Europe and Asia. They do not usually include the New Zealand Company shareholders. Return to top of page BOMBAY - Downs to Auckland 1865. Date: Dec 2016 From: New Zealand genealogist, By: Newport, Jonathan, INNZNA Description: Explains how to use the recently digitised passenger lists and probate files made available online through the FamilySearch website. Date: 13 Mar 1931 From: New Zealand Shipping Company : Records Ref: fMS-Papers-4293-097-13 Description: Passenger list for R.M.S. Nominal card index to subsidy scheme for immigration from Britain 1950s-1960s. New Zealand Company: 1838-53. Information can sometimes be found in customs records [ACIF 16482] and may also be found in immigration scheme records. Other relevant material in our Wellington archive includes: Specific files on Special Settlements [(ACFQ 8226) IM 6/1-11] Some on Micro 1921-1922. The records include about half the total number of immigrants in the period. - Dedicated to identifying genealogical resources to assist in locating which New Zealand bound ship an immigrant ancestor was aboard. Please bear in mind, all personal records in this series are restricted 100 years from date of closure. Migrant Ships Arriving in New Zealand 1839-1860 by Perth DPS (Australia); over 100 NZ passenger lists of ships that arrived in Auckland, Bluff, Dunedin, Napier, Nelson, New Plymouth, Otago, Port Nicholson, Timaru, Wanganui and Wellington. New Zealand – Passenger lists of vessels bringing assisted immigrants to New Zealand, 1872-1892. NZ Bound Index Search Hints Lists Ports B T 27/. Inward Passenger Lists 1884-1910 from Britain only [ADBO 16135]Â, The passenger lists are unindexed between 1916-1973, Over 200,000 files on individuals and families can be found through Archway, though variant spellings of surnames may need to be tried. Cards usually note arrival dates and give references to passenger lists. This scheme was not confined to the Waikato, but also included government-sponsored settlement in the Coromandel and Whāngarei areas. The Social Security Department used these Passenger Lists to check people's eligibility for old age pensions. The pensioners settled in villages to the south and east of Auckland, at Ōnehunga, Howick, Panmure and Ōtāhuhu, as a chain of defence to protect Auckland from an imagined Māori threat. Those who came by ship are recorded in passenger lists (unindexed) [SS1]. By 31 March 1941 they were in 158 foster homes. Other records: ‘Evacuation of Children from UK 1940-1946’ [(ACIE 8798) EA W2619 (Box 61) 108/4/3 part 1], ‘Official Index of children’ [(ACGO 8369) IA 37/1], ‘Samples of Correspondence … Lists of Children where sent, escorts, etc’ [(ACGO 8369) IA 37/3], ‘Minutes and reports of British Children's Reception Committee 1940’ (ACGO 8460) IA 146/1], ‘British Children Evacuated to New Zealand 1940-1945’ [AADK W4075 (Box 15) 9/8/10] Restricted, War – British Children – General Correspondence 1940-1942’ [CW W1043 40/2/66] Restricted, War – British Children – Education 1941-1943’ [CW W1043 40/2/84] Restricted, War – British Children – Proposed remission of contributions to foster parents 1942-1946’ [CW W1043 40/2/88] Restricted. http://www2.symet.net/whitehouse/nzbound/lists.htm, Free Trial - Ancestry.com US Deluxe Membership. If no specific ship name or date are known, it is necessary to search the passenger lists which can only be done at our Wellington archive. The information recorded on the passenger lists usually includes no more than: surname, initial, age, country of birth or residence, and destination port. [(ACGV 8814) L 1 22/1/9 parts 1-3; L 1 22/1/9/1 parts 1-4 Most R100] [Search Series 8814 using record numbers 22/1/9 & 22/1/9/1]. ; National Archives of New Zealand.] [Search Series 8937, and limit to the year of marriage]. Cyclopedia of New Zealand (6 volumes 1897-1906). Single Women “Cooks, Housemaids, General Servants, Dairy-maids, etc ... not under 15 nor over 35 years of age” could come under slightly different conditions. In many registers this information is not complete. Ship passenger lists are the main source of migrant information, but we hold other records, such as ships’ papers and registers and files of various schemes to assist people to New Zealand. Has over 2000 passenger lists including immigrants to New Zealand from the United Kingdom and Australia. Most immigration records are ship passenger lists held in Wellington in the archives of the Social Security Department, which used them to validate pensions. [(ACFQ 8237) IM 17/1; REPRO 1642]. The passenger lists are grouped in three or six month periods by port: Auckland, or Wellington, or the minor ports which were Lyttelton and Bluff. In the mid-nineteenth century they also recorded passenger lists, until the numbers became too great. Some access restrictions apply. Additional records will be added in … Access restrictions may apply. In Wellington we hold many outwards ship passenger lists up to 1973 in the Social Security Department records [ADBO 16135], but the sequences are far from complete until after 1910. These immigration records are grouped, usually three monthly, by port: (a) Auckland, (b) Wellington and (c) the minor ports which were Napier, New Plymouth, Nelson, Lyttelton, Port Chalmers and Bluff. The Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington has the largest collection of microfilm newspapers from around New Zealand, and many are available and searchable on their ‘Papers Past’ website. The entries in the registers are in numerical order. Passenger lists - Misc smaller ports in New Zealand, 1850-1880; A-Z Passengers with Undefined Ports of Entry in New Zealand, 1854-1867; A-Z Ship Stonz - Immigrant Ships to New Zealand 1835-1910 Ships from United Kingdom and Ireland (CH), Department of Labour Christchurch District Office, Immigration Division [CH6] (CH). Ship Passenger Lists (6 ships of 13) 1862-1863 [BAAZ 4115/1a] (AK), Ship Passenger List (War Spirit) 1863 [BAAZ 4115/1a] (AK), Other groups arrived in 1866 & 1873 to join this Bohemian settlement. After the Second World War, many migrants came to New Zealand from the Netherlands and some from Dutch colonies in South-east Asia. So if you have identified the name of the passenger you are looking for, and have a date range for their voyage to New Zealand it is easiest to search using the FamilySearch website. In Wellington we hold one main shipping record, an alphabetical card index of immigrant ships to New Zealand for the period 1840-1970s. Many boys were difficult, and the Protector of Aborigines complained of the harmful effect they had on Māori. If a ship name and date for leaving New Zealand are known, finding an emigration record is relatively straightforward. It is worth checking all three sections of the index. The Feilding settlement and Scandinavians who migrated in the 1870s to settle in the Wairarapa, ManawatÅ« and southern Hawke's Bay are other identifiable groups. In an appendix to his 1898 book, Contributions to the Early History of New Zealand (Otago), Dr Thomas Morland Hocken published lists of passenger arrivals from vessels despatched from Great Britain to the settlement of Otago, between 1847 and 1850. Emigration registers of the New Zealand Company are available for searching, in the form of photocopies, in our Wellington archive. Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild is independently owned. Find My Past across Australia and New Zealand covering 1788 to the late 1800s. The Fleets. Indexed entries for individuals often give immigration details. Please don't ask us about Port Chalmers passenger arrivals later than 1851. Death registrations of immigrant family members who died after 1875 often include information about how long they had been in New Zealand. Emigration Registers August 1839-April 1841, Emigration Registers April 1841-October 1842, Emigration Registers November 1842-July 1850 [AAYS 8982]. This is sometimes a clue to arrival. If unable to pay the fare, they were to sign promissory notes for £5 each, payable on the same conditions as married couples and families. New Zealand History Resources for Genealogists. During the voyage families were quartered together while those listed as single men or women had their own quarters. PASSENGER LISTS TO NEW ZEALAND UPDATED DECEMBER 2018. An alphabetical card index is available in our Auckland archive. Often inaccurate. Information is not always easy to access even though most registers have alphabetical indexes. - linked to many passenger lists. The Internet. Papers Past Digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals published between 1839 and 1949. The children were placed in a camp at Pahiātua. You do not need a FamilySearch account to access these records. R100 [(ACGV 8814) L 1 22/1/121/3]. Not all the records refer directly to migration or individuals. Newspaper listings of passenger arrivals, which may include migrants from Australia. From the 1860s onward a number of other specific group or nationality migrations can be identified at different periods, and we have material on some of these groups. However: The loan could not be secured in London, and in the end only 3000, instead of the hoped for 20,000, immigrants were brought to New Zealand on 13 ships 1864-1865. Regulations for Married Couples and Families stated: “If the Emigrant is unable to pay the whole of the money before sailing, he will be required to sign a promissory note for a sum equal to double the amount remaining unpaid.” According to this promise, repayment was to be in quarterly installments beginning three months after landing. Labour Department files relating to immigration in the 1950s and 1960s are extensive. The information in the registers varies considerably. 1912 NZSCo took over Federal SN Co but … It takes about an hour to search six months of lists for one name. Taranaki Area Passenger Arrivals 1843 - 1885 Has details of shipping arrivals and departures as taken from the Taranaki Herald 1852-1885. Fencibles appear in the General Biographical Card Index. Later they were passed on to the Social Security Department. Birth and marriage records (Central Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Wellington). Most assisted immigrant records held in Wellington date from 1871 when central gove… New Zealand, passenger lists, 1883-1973.. [New Zealand. Some specific groups of migrants were targeted, such as young unmarried women or families. See also ‘Waikato Military Settlers Alexander Turnbull/National Library records (Wellington). They are referred to as the Social Security passenger lists. These record by ship name immigrants who owe passage money to the provincial government.Â, Auckland Provincial Government ‘Register of Applications for Passages 1859-1872’ [AP 9/3; AREPRO 4711/448 (AK); REPRO 1615 (W)]. This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. Naturalisation records from 1949 hold information on Polish children who became New Zealand citizens. Wellington emigration records date from 1899 and Auckland records from 1908. The scheme was greeted with great public enthusiasm in New Zealand when announced on 25 June 1940 and over 3000 children were nominated for assisted passages. See end of table for births and deaths on board. All New Zealanders have either migrated to this country or are the descendants of people who migrated in the past. We don't hold photographs of immigrant ships. [ABRR 6889/1]. Register of Immigrants 1874-1883 (not including lapsed applications). Many passenger lists are now online. Boys and girls came to New Zealand in parties of 15-25 until late 1952 when the scheme was halted. NEW ZEALAND BOUND. The name ‘Fencible’ comes from the word ‘defence’. Please follow the link for further explanation. Children who were 12 years of age or older appear among the lists of single men and single women. [(ACFQ 8238) IM 18/1b]. For access contact: Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment, There is an index to these files and it is open access. New Zealand Bound over 250 passenger lists, crew lists and shipwreck data. Immigration Department records held in Wellington are often in record series that are separated under ports of entry. See also: Specific Group/Nationality Migrations. All passenger lists held by us in Wellington have been digitised and are available through the FamilySearch website under ‘New Zealand Immigration Passenger Lists’. The scheme was modified and groups of boys, mostly to work on farms, continued to migrate until August 1954. 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