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WORCESTER, ST CLEMENT'S - WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © 2004 - Transcribed Sandra Taylor; researched Martin Edwards

The church is situated in Henwick Road, Worcester. The memorial to the Great War (1914-1918) takes the form of a stone Celtic Cross on a stone base and can be found outside the main entrance to the church. It commemorates the 66 men of the parish and congregation who lost their lives in the Great War. The names are in no obvious particular order and for completeness and ease of reading have been sorted into alphabetical order on this page. For the Second World War a wooden plaque is situated inside the church on the East wall, right hand side of the altar, facing the church entrance.

Photograph Copyright © 2004 - Sandra Taylor

IN
GRATEFUL MEMORY
OF THE MEN OF
THE PARISH AND CONGREGATION
OF ST CLEMENT’S
WHO FELL WHILE SERVING IN
THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR
1914-1919

ALLSOPP

E

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

BALL

E

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

BARRY

John

Pioneer, 5th Battalion, Special Brigade, Royal Engineers. Service No 129002. Died of wounds 31st July 1916 in France & Flanders. Born St Clement's, Worcester, enlisted Worcester. Formerly 4638, 3rd/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Son of the late William and Mary Barry, 6, Tybridge, Worcester. Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Grave I. L. 45. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

BOSWORTH

A

Probably Private Albert Bosworth, 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 12794. Died 6th August 1915. Helles Memorial, Panel 104 to 113. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

BROWNING

Alec

Pioneer, 63rd Division Signal Company, Royal Engineers. Service No 301691. Died aged 29 on 8th October 1918. Husband of Ethel May Browning, 44 Henwick Rd., St. John's, Worcester. Anneux British Cemetery, Grave II. H. 6. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

BULLOCK

A

Possibly Lance Corporal A. Bullock, Royal Engineers. Service No 77686. Died aged 25 on 14th November 1918. Son of Charles and Emma Bullock, of Broadheath, Cheshire; husband of M. E. Bullock, 69 Bath Rd, Worcester. Nakuru North Cemetery, Grave 29. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

CHARLES

W

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

CLARKE

J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

CONROY

Alec Frederick

Private, "B" Company 1st Battalion, The King's (Liverpool Regiment). Service No 11842. Died aged 19 on 10th March 1915. Son of Charles and Sarah Ann Conroy, 10 Commercial Rd, Cwmfelinfach, Newport, Mon. Native of Worcester. Bethune Town Cemetery, Grave III. B. 36. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

CONROY

C M J

Possibly Gunner C. Conroy. 10th Trench Mortar Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Service No 4632. Died aged 28 on 1st September 1915. Son of Charles and Sarah Conroy, of Worcester; husband of Amy Conroy, 94 Duffryn St., Ferndale, (Rhondda), Glamorgan. Cambrin Military Cemetery, Grave C. 13. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

COOPER

G

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

COOPER

J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

CORBETT

George

Stoker 2nd Class, Royal Navy, H.M.S. “Good Hope”. Service No K/20391. Died aged 21 on 1st November 1914. Youngest son of T. W. and Jane Corbett, 31 St. Clement's Square, Worcester. Joined September. Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Grave/Reference 5. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

CRAVEN

W C

Possibly Driver William Charles Craven, "C" Battery, 311th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Service No 830437. Died on 27th October 1917. Tyne Cot Memorial Panel 4 to 6 and 162. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

DEAKIN

J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

DOVEY

A

Probably Private Arthur Allen Dovey, 11th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 27193. Killed in action 12th October 1916 in Salonika aged 19. Son of Job and Elizabeth Dovey, of Newland, Droitwich, Worcs. Born Salwarpe, Worcestershire, enlisted Worcester, resident Droitwich, Worcestershire. Karasouli Military Cemetery, Grave B. 303. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester All Saints memorial

DUFTY

G

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

DUFTY

Herbert Henry

Private 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 39736. Died on 26th November 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 5A and 6C. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester Post Office memorial

EVANS

A C

Probably Sergeant Albert Charles Evans, “A” Battery 241st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Service No 830133. Died aged 24 on 26th November 1918. Son of Enoch and Sarah A. Evans, 17 Church Walk, St. Johns, Worcester. Awarded the Military Medal. Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Grave II. A. 38. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

FINNEY

Wilfred John

Private, "C" Coy, 24th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment). Service No 412107. Died aged 21 on 6th November 1917. Son of John and Annie Amelia Finney, 3 City View Terrace, Bush Walk, St. John's, Worcester, England. Tyne Cot Cemetery, Grave I. D. 11. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

GALE

H

No further information currently available

GRISWOLD

John Noel

Private, 2nd R.M. Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Service No PO/18541. Died aged 21 on 28th April 1917. Son of John Joseph and Charlotte Mary Griswold, 160 Henwick Rd., Worcester. Arras Memorial, Bay 1. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

GRUBB

A A

Possibly Private Alfred A. Grubb, 1st Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment. Service No 10074. Died on 18th October 1914. Ploegsteert Memorial, Panel 4. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial as A GRUBB

GUMMERY

Edward James

Private, 10th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Service No 43494. Died aged 28 on 28th April 1917. Son of Fanny Gummery, of Partridge Lane, Lower Broadheath, Worcs., and the late W. J. Gummery. Arras Memorial, Bay 3 and 4. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

GWILLIAM

T

Possibly Private T.L. Gwilliam, 1st/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 242607. Died on 23rd October 1917. St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Grave P. III. O. 9B. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial as T GWILLAM

HAMMOND

E W

Probably Second Lieutenant Edward William Hammond, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died aged 26 on 2nd October 1918. Husband of Mabel Hammond, 35 Marlborough Rd., Gloucester. Gloucester Old Cemetery, Grave NG. 1306. 2/Lt Hammond was wounded alongside 3 other officers on August 23rd/24th during the Battle of Albert (source – The Worcestershire Regiment in the Great War by Captain H.F. Stacke). Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

HANDLEY

Thomas

Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 10922. Died aged 28 on 18th October 1916. Son of Herbert and Alice Handley, 2 Church Walk, Tybridge St., Worcester. Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 5 A and 6 C. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

HEATH

Bryan

Private, 20th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Service No 8044. Died aged 19 on 23rd August 1916. Son of Harry Ernest and Sarah M. Heath, 9 Laugherne Rd., Worcester. Late of Capital and Counties Bank, Ledbury and Evesham branches. Puchevillers British Cemetery, Grave III. E. 2.

Brian was a pupil of Worcester of Worcester Grammar School from 1909 – 1913. When he left school he worked as a bank clerk with the Capital and Counties Bank in Ledbury and Evesham before enlisting. He died of wounds received at the Battle of the Somme.

Source: In Dedication to a Future World by Mark Rogers, 1999.

Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester Royal Grammar School memorial

JONES

F

No further information currently available

JONES

G

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

JONES

H

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

JONES

R L

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

JONES

William Frederick

Private, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 9395. Died aged 28 on 20th September 1914. Son of John William and Sarah Jones, 80, Tybridge St, Worcester. La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

LANE

Frank

Private, 2nd Battalion, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. Service No 34719. Died aged 19 on 1st October 1918. Son of Mary Ann Lane, 3 Bridge Place, Hylton Rd., Worcester. Anneux British Cemetery, Grave III. D. 4. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

LAYTON

C J

Probably Private Cecil John Layton, 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 37915. Died on 21st March 1919. Arras Memorial, Bay 6. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

LUDLOW

J

Possibly Corporal Jesse Ludlow, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 7672. Died on 15th November 1916. Awarded the Military Medal on 23rd August 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 5 A and 6 C. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

MATTHEWS

J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

MORGAN

J J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

NASH

W

Possibly Private William Nash, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 5447. Died aged 39 on 20th November 1914. Son of George and Arm Nash, 29 Loves Grove, Worcester; husband of Kate Nash, 1 Court, Hylton Rd., Worcester. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Panel 34. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

OAKEY

H

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

OLIVER

A

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester St Andrew memorial.

PAGE

W

No further information currently available

PARRY

F J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

PARRY

G H

No further information currently available

PAYNE

W R

No further information currently available

PENNY

F

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial spelt F PENNEY

POTTER

George Henry

Gunner, "A" Battery, 315th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Service No 830755. Died on 31st August 1918. Son of Mrs G. Potter, 16 Tybridge St., Worcester. Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension, Grave III. K. 5. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

PRICE

John Edward

Private, 1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Service No 11205. Died aged 20 on 15th February 1916 in France & Flanders. Born St Clement's, Worcester, enlisted Brecon. Son of Henry and Lilian Price, 4 Henwick Road, Worcester. Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Grave Div. 19. R. 4. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

PUGH

F W

Sapper, 90th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Service No 63391. Died aged 30 on 19th September 1917. Son of William and Ann Pugh; husband of Ethel S. Pugh, 37 Lechmere Crescent, Hallow Rd., Worcester. Native of Worcester. Ypres Reservoir Cemetery, Grave I. E. 18. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

RATCLIFFE

Francis William

Lance Corporal, Imperial Signal Company (East Africa), Royal Engineers. Service No 76633. Died aged 34 on 22nd November 1918. Son of Francis Ambrose Ratcliffe and Ellen Ratcliffe, 16 Lambert Rd., Worcester, England. Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery, Grave 7. A. 6. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester Post Office memorial.

REA

G

Possibly Private George Rea, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 36687. Died on 4th March 1917. Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 5 A and 6 C. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

ROWE

F

Corporal, "A" Company 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 37186. Died aged 27 on 25th September 1918. Son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rowe, of Worcester; husband of Elsie May Rowe, 84 Hylton Rd., Worcester. Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Grave VI. H. 72. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester St John in Bedwardine

SCOTT

W W

Private, 232nd Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Service No 102211. Died aged 18 on 3rd August 1917. Son of Thomas William Alfred and Mary Ann Scott, 50 New Bank St., Barbourne, Worcester. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Grave XVII. C. 15A. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

SEVERN

T

Private, 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 36605. Died aged 39 on 4th August 1917. Husband of Florence Mary E. Walford (formerly Severn) 71 Waterworks Rd., Barbourne, Worcester. Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery And Extension, Grave I. K. 12. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

SMITH

C

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

SMITH

C J

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

SMITH

E

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

STALLARD

R

Possibly Private R.W. Stallard, 10th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 16535. Died on 3rd October 1915. St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, Grave A. 11. 33. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

STONE

Harold Leatham

Private, 1st/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 2275. Died aged 24 on 31st May 1915. Calvaire (Essex) Military Cemetery, Grave Iv. B.

Harold was the third son of Mr & Mrs W.G.R. Stone of Tybridge House, Worcester. Before the war he had been an assistant in the furnishing department of W. & F. Webb & Co. The 1st/8th Battalion of the Worcesters arrived in France on 29th March 1915 and found itself alongside the 1st/7th Battalion occupying trenches or billets around Ploegsteert Wood throughout May and June. No heavy fighting occurred but enemy shellfire and patrols brought a number of casualties with 7 men and 2 officers killed and 38 men wounded. Harold Stone was hit by shellfire whilst with the H.Q. signal section and later died of his wounds. His bronze memorial plaque is held at the Worcestershire’s Regimental Museum. He was the 1st to die in the Great War of those who attended the Royal Grammar School.

Source: In Dedication to a Future World by Mark Rogers, 1999.

Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial and Worcester Royal Grammar School memorial.

TOMBS

Frederick Arthur

Driver, 2nd Reserve Park, Army Service Corps. Service No T4/059862. Died aged 26 on 25th October 1917. Son of Robert and Rachel Tombs, 18 McIntyre Rd, St. John's, Worcester. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Grave XXII. A. 6. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

WALDRON

W

Possibly Rifleman William Waldron, 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade. Service No S/28572. Died aged 28 on 5th March 1917. Son of William and Ellen Waldron, 65 Church Rd, Astwood Rd, Worcester. Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 16 B and 16 C.

WATKINS

E

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

WENT

William Henry

[Given as H.W. Went on CWGC] Private 12th (Service) (Bristol) Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Service No 38056. Died of wounds, aged 19, on 5th October 1917 in France & Flanders. Born St Clement’s, Worcester, enlisted Worcester. Son of Henry G. & Emily E. Went, 15 Church Walk, St. Clement’s, Worcester. Godewaersvelde British Cemetery, Grave I. L. 30. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

WHEATLEY

A

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

WILLIAMS

Joseph

Private, Worcester Yeomanry (The Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars). Service No 3027, Killed in action 23rd April 1916 in Egypt. Born St Clement’s, Worcester, enlisted and resident Worcester. Jerusalem Memorial, Panel 3 and 5. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

WILLIAMS

R

No further information currently available. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial

“GREATER LOVE
HATH NO MAN THAN THIS,
THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE
FOR HIS FRIENDS”
S. JOHN XV-13
TO•THE•GLORY•GOD•AND•IN
GRATEFUL•AND•LOVING•MEMORY
OF•THE•MEN•OF•THIS•PARISH
WHO•MADE•THE•SACRIFICE•OF
THEIR•LIVES•IN•THE•WAR•YEARS
1939 - 1945
BAKER Francis W.
Probably Pilot Officer (Pilot) Francis William Baker, 460 (R.A.A.F.) Squadron Royal Air Force. Service No 54076. Died 4th May 1944. Dommartin-Lettree Churchyard Coll. grave 2-3. Also on the Royal Grammar School, Worcester, memorial.
BOUGH Robert H.
Captain, Royal Armoured Corps. Service No 249404. Died aged 24 on 31st August 1946. Son of Ernest Robert and Marion Bough, of Worcester. Hanover War Cemetery 14. G. 13.
BUNTING Edward Nigel
Squadron Leader (Pilot), 488 (R.N.Z.A.F.) Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Service No 60523. Died aged 27 on 30th July 1944. Awarded DFC and Bar. Son of Edward Lancelot and Janet Elizabeth Bunting, of Worcester. B.A. (Oxon). St. Remy Churchyard Joint grave.
CARTER Denys John
Captain, Royal Artillery 112 (The West Somerset Yeomanry) Field Regiment. Service No 190667. Died aged 29 on 13th August 1944. Son of Frank and Hilda Clara Carter, husband of Asta Birgitte Carter of Worcester. Banneville-La- Campagne War Cemetery XVI. B. 16. Also on the Royal Grammar School, Worcester, memorial.
COX Albert William
Lance Corporal 5/7th Battalion Gordon Highlanders. Service No 5252060. Died aged 22 on 21st November 1944. Son of Alfred and Nora Cox, of St. John's, Worcester. Venray War Cemetery VIII. A. 13.
DAVIES David Maxwell
Warrant Officer, 230 Squadron. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Service No 1578994. Died aged 22 on 15th October 1945. Son of Sidney and Ethel Kate Davies, of Worcester. Singapore Memorial Column 448.
DOODEY Frederick William
Sergeant, 114 Squadron Royal Air Force. Service No 562505. Died aged 26 on 11th November 1939. Son of Frederick William and Sophia Doodey, of St Johns, Worcester. Runnymede Memorial Panel 1. Also on the Royal Grammar School, Worcester, memorial.
DORRICOTT Henry Arthur
Private, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 5258208. Died aged 33 on 23rd September 1944. Son of Henry and Mary Ann Dorricott, of Worcester; husband of Beatrice Dorricott, of St. John's, Worcester. Jonkerbos War Cemetery 23. A. 5.
DOVEY Stanley Edwin
Private, 1st Battalion Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment). Service No 14629839. Died aged 19 on 12th February 1944. Son of Reginald Percy Charles and Beatrice Catherine Dovey, of Worcester. Anzio War Cemetery I, X, 12.
FENNELL John Eric George
Pilot Officer, Royal Air Force. Service No 42492. Died aged 21 on 27th March 1940. Son of John F. and Elsie L. Fennell, of Worcester. Runnymede Memorial Panel 8. Also on the Royal Grammar School, Worcester, memorial.
HAYES Gordon Anthony
Corporal, 6 Tank Brigade Workshops Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Service No 7601982. Died aged 24 on 24th June 1944. Grandson of Charles and Amelia Kate Hayes, of Tolladine, Worcester. Lenham Cemetery Coll. grave 37-46.
HAYNES Harold George
Lance Corporal, 22 Fortress Coy Royal Engineers. Service No 823461. Died aged 26 between 1st October 1942 and 2nd October 1942. Son of Albert Francis Haynes and of May Kate Haynes, of Worcester, England. Sai Wan Memorial Column 7. Also on St Georgeís, Barbourne, Worcester, memorial.
HEMMING Henry
Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. Service No 7516392. Died aged 25 on 28th October 1939. Son of Henry and Isabel Lucy Hemming, of St Johnís, Worcester. Worcester (St Johnís) Cemetery Grave 5901.
JACKMAN P. George W.
No further information currently
JENNINGS Ernest
Private 4036482, 4th Battalion Kingís Shropshire Light Infantry. Died 5 September 1944. Aged 26. Son of Edward and Annie Rosetta Jennings, of Worcester, husband of Irene Helen Jennings, of St Johnís, Worcester. Buried in SCHOONSELHOF CEMETERY, Antwerpen, Belgium. Plot II. Row D. Grave 21. Also on St John in Bedwardine, Worcester, memorial.
MARGETTS Edward William
Sergeant (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner), 15 Squadron Royal Air Force. Service No 591580. Died aged 20 on 27th August 1942. Son of Edward George and Ethel May Margetts, of St. John'S, Worcester. Amersfoort (Oud Leusden) General Cemetery Plot 13. Row 4. Grave 54.
NASH Kenneth Richard
Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy ďH.M.S. Hood. Service No P/KX 95436. Died aged 21 on 24th May 1941. Son of Richard William and Gladys Elizabeth Nash, of St. John's, Worcester. Portsmouth Naval Memorial Panel 55, Column 2.
HILES-RICKETTS William G.
No further information currently
ROUSE Samuel Kitchener
Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Service No 1868318. Died 6th August 1940. Chanak Consular Cemetery Row A. Grave 1.
SMITH William Frederick
Gunner, 34 Lt. A.A. Regiment Royal Artillery. Service No 1828556. Died 10th January 1942. Son of William Albert and Ada Sophia Smith, of Worcester. Worcester (St Johnís) Cemetery Grave 3728.
TEAGUE Harold James (Jimmy)
Flight Sergeant (Pilot) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Service No 1280780. Died aged 21 on 14th February 1943. Son of James Henry and Beatrice Elizabeth Teague, of St. John's, Worcester. Worcester (St Johnís) Cemetery Grave 5002.
TONKS Ernest Richard
Corporal, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 5256681. Died aged 30 on 31st July 1944. Son of Herbert William and Kate Tonks; husband of Muriel Mary Tonks, of Worcester. Hottot-Les-Bagues War Cemetery XII. F. 4.
TWINBERROW Leslie William
Sapper, 702 Artisan Works Coy. Royal Engineers. Service No 1900547. Died aged 26 on 24th November 1942. Son of William Fredrick and Emily Ann Twinberrow, of Worcester; husband of Hellen Agnes Twinberrow, of St. John'S, Worcester. Bone War Cemetery, Annaba VI. F. 17. Also on St Stephenís, Worcester, memorial.
WILLIS Oswald Gilbert Lancelot
Marine, Royal Marines, H.M.S. Neptune. Service No PLY/X 3785. Died aged 20 on 19th December 1941. Son of Gilbert William and Ethel Monica Willis, of St. John'S, Worcester. Plymouth Naval Memorial Panel 60, Column 1.

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