Widows Pension List
Morris Co. Up


Pension List of Widows
of Revolutionary Soldiers

On July 4, 1836, the Congress approved an Act that granted the first pensions to Widows of Revolutionary Soldiers. On file in the Bureau of Pensions at Washington is an index to the pensions granted to widows under this Act, and under the later Acts of 1838, 1843, 1848 and 1853.

In some instances the widow had married a second time but received a pension on account of the service of her first husband.

The word "dec'd" denotes that the applicant had died prior to the issuance of the Certificate by the Government.

Information contained in brackets [ ] was added by the compiler (Chester Neville Jones) from data contained in the files of the Genealogical Society of New Jersey. Information in braces { } I have added from the book Men from Morris County who Served in the American Revolution by Barbara Hoskins or other sources as noted. In some instances you will find minor discrepancies between the information. I make no claims, or opinions, as to which one is correct, but present the information here for you to make that determination through your own research.

Because of the size of the list, I have attempted to extract only those who were from Morris County. Needless to say there is no doubt that I may have missed a record.

BLWt. = Bounty Land Warrant                
D.A.R. = Daughters of the American Revolution, and the lineage number
S.A.R. = Sons of the American Revolution, and the lineage number.

ALLEN, Samuel, Private, Hannah, Sept. 8 1837
    [b. Nov 21 1751, at Jefferson Village, d. Oct 15 1828, Morris Co.,
     m. Hannah Beach, b. Oct 29 1761, d. Mar 25 1851, at Springfield]
    {b. 11-27-1751 Madison, d. 12-15-1828
     m. 1st, _____ Smith from Shongum
     m. 2nd, Hannah Beach, July 4 1779,
     he was a blacksmith in Randolph Twp., d. Springfield
     D.A.R. 22937; 110419;  Pension Hannah W5606}

ALLEN, Samuel, Private, Nancy, Oct 7 1841
    [m. Nancy Anderson]
    {b. 1750  d. 10-26-1832; lived in Bernards Twp. Somerset Co.;
     m. Nancy Anderson, Mar 17 1780; 11 children
     Pension Nancy W443}

BAIRD, John, Private, Mary, Apr 28 1841
    [b. May 26 1760, d. Apr 26 1808; bur. Basking Ridge;
     m. Mary Bockhoven, b. Apr 1765, d. Feb 14 1853]
    {b. 5-16-1760 Morris Co. possibly Long Hill, d. 4-26-1808;
     m. Mary ______; d. Basking Ridge, NJ
     Pension: W27877; D.A.R. 112878; 261742}

BALDWIN, Jesse, Ensg. & Lieut. Q.M., Harriet, Feb 21 1843
    {Served as ensign, 1st NJ Reg. 1776, 2nd Lieut. 1777, resigned Apr 1 1779;
     lived on the Morris-Essex border, m. Harriet ____;
     Pension: BLWt. 121-200}

BALDWIN, John P., Private, Mary, Dec 14 1846
    [b. Dec 5 1762, Newark, d. Apr 19 1844, Newark; m. Mary Crane]
    {b. 12-5-1762, d. 4-19-1844; m. Mary Crane, lived in Hanover Twp.;
     d. Newark, age 81}

BIGELOW, Timothy, Private, Hannah, Dec 30 1847
    [b. Nov 21 1763, Hanover, d. Apr 8 1847, Lyons Farms;
     m. Hannah Meeker, b. 1766, d. May 23 1852]
    {b. 1763, Dover; d. 4-28-1847, Newark; m. Hannah Ogden Meeker
     D.A.R. 119076; Pension W3758}

BONNELL, Gilbert, Private, Joanna, May 7 1839
    [b. Nov 4 1759; d. May 2 1834, New Providence;
     m. Joanna Woodruff, b. 1758/9; d. Dec 16 1846]
    {b. 1758; d. 5-2-1834; lived in Chatham, NJ; m. Joanna _____
     Pension W777}
    (From GMNJ Vol 2, No. 4, Apr 1927; Rev. Soldiers of New Providence;
     Bonnell, Gilbert (Caleb Gilbert Bonnell)
     Private Morris Co. Militia & Continental Line, pensioned 1827
     Son of Nathaniel & Elizabeth (Allen) Bonnell
     b. Nov 1758; d. May 2 1834; buried Presbyterian Cem., New Providence
     m. at Springfield, Feb 4 1787, his cousin, Joanna, b. Mar 10 1757, d. Dec 17 1846
     daughter of Elijah Woodruff;
     Children of Gilbert & Joanna:
     Caleb W., b. June 3 1788, m. 1823 _____
     Elijah, b. Oct 3 1789; d. Dec 18 1821; m. 1815 _____
     Lewis, b. Jan 15 1792, d. Apr 22 1792
     Mary, b. July 10 1793; m. Sept 24 1814, Samuel G. Sisco)
see also: http://www.altlaw.com/EdBall/bonnel.htm

CAMPFIELD, John, Private, Apphea, Jan 11 1854
    {b. 7-9-1755; d. 9-25-1845; lived in Hanover Twp.; died in Chatham;
     m. 1st Mary Dixon, d. 1833; 2nd Affa Cory, d. 3-31-1857
     D.A.R. 47326, 40063}

CASTERLINE, Jacob, Private, Eunice, May 24, 1836
    [b. Morristown, d. April 16 1834, aged 76 yrs.;
     m. Eunice Squire, d. Sep 17 1846, aged 76 yrs]
    {d. 4-16-1834, age 87 or 93; born in Rockaway; married Eunice Squires;
     buried 1st Presbyterian Church yard, Morristown; Pension Eunice W6644}

CHIDESTER, Phineas, Private, Rebecca Pitney, Oct 12 1839
    [b. July 13 1757, d. Apr 22 1815, bur. Succasunna;
     m. Rebecca, dau of Japhet Byram, b. June 6 1760, d. Aug 30 1844.
     she married 2nd Mahlon Pitney]
    {b. 7-13-1759; d. 4-22-1814; lived in Mendham Twp.; m. Rebekah Bryam 1778
     moved to Mendham where he ran a tavern; later to Succasunna
     buried in Succasunna Presbyterian Church yard
     D.A.R. 206254; Pension Rebecca Pitney, former widow W1472}

COBB, Thomas, Sergt., Clara, Feb 9 1854
    [b. Jan 16 1760, at Rockaway, d. July 17 1845, at Jersey City;
     m. Sosinia de Tabesia, b. 1786, d. Jan 17 1845. (If this record refers to the same
     Thomas Cobb, he must have married Clara shortly before his death)
    {b. 1-16-1760; d. 1-17-1845; enlisted at age 16 as a private; born in Parsippany;
     m. Clarissa ____; died in Jersey City; buried in Parsippany;
     Pension W8614; BLWt 10306-160-55}

COOK, William, Private, Eleanor, Jan 31 1856
    {b. 1758; d. 11-5-1841; served when 16 years old; born & died in Hanover;
     m. 1st Elizabeth Bedford; 2nd Eleanor T. Johnson
     Pension Eleanor W27814; D.A.R. 162877; BLWt. 12846-160-55}

CURRY, John, Private, Rhoda, May 26, 1842
    {age 88 in 1835; lived in Washington Twp. where he was a farmer;
     m. Rhoda who d.p. 1848}

DAY, Moses, Private, Joanna, May 16 1839
    [m. Joanna Bonnel]
    {b. 7-28-1762; d. 9-11-1822; born in Chatham Twp.;
     m. 1st Hannah Darling; 2nd Joanna _____;
     buried in Hillside Cemetery, Madison; Pension Joanna W782}

DAY, Nehemiah, Pvt. & Serg., Phebe, May 26 1842
    [b. 1734]
    {b. 8-10-1748; d. 4-1-1837; born in Chatham;
     m. Phoebe Loree, dau. of Job; died in Mendham. Brother of Artemus Day;
     Pension W846; D.A.R.112771, 129989}

DORLAND, Peter, Fifer, Margaret, Jan 23 1840
    {Wife Margaret received a pension in 1840: W131, lived in Chester Twp.}

DOTEY, Daniel, Teamster, Elizabeth, July 24 1850
    [d. Nov 3 1823, in 62nd yr. bur. Basking Ridge; she d. Dec 21 1843, in 79th yr]
    {born in Basking Ridge; m. Elizabeth Budd; d. in Somerville, NJ
     was son of Joseph; D.A.R. 107529, 156128; Pension: Elizabeth W243}

EMMEL, George, Pvt. & Ast. Comr., Martha, Mary 16 1839
    [b. 1746; d. Jan 22 1826; she b. Nov 12 1760; d. Feb 23 1845]
    {b. in Germany; d. 1-22-1826, age 77; captured by British, imprisoned in
     Bridwell Prison, managed to escape; lived in Morris Twp, where he was a
     barber & hairdresser; buried in 1st Presbyterian Church yard;
     m. Martha Winans; Pension 4539, W786}

FAIRCHILD, Abraham, Pvt. Corp., Segt., Adgt., Phebe, Aug 2 1845
    [d. July 4 1843, in 90th yr.; bur. Whippany
     m. Phebe Russell, d. Nov 24, 1846, in 88th yr.]
    {born in Morristown; m. Phebe Russell; d. in Whippany;
     operated saw & grist mill. Pension Phebe W787; S.A.R. 201, 78, 21976, 6039}

FARRAND, Phineas, Lieut., Jemima, Sept 23 1840
    [b. May 6 1752; d. Oct 6 1822; bur. Parsippany;
     m. Jemima Kitchell, b. Mar 7 1753, d. Apr 7 1841]
    {b. 11-7-1746; d. 10-6-1822; he was a freeholder in Pequannock in 1776;
     m. Jemima Kitchell, dau. of Joseph of Hanover, NJ. He was a smith for
     Faesch's Ironworks; is buried in Parsippany;
     Pension: Jemima W851}

GREEN, Joseph, Private, Anna, July 15 1844
    [b. 1757; d. Hanover, Dec 3 1842; m. Anna Frazier]
    {b. 1-21-1757; d. 12-3-1843; born & died in Hanover; m. Ann Frazier
     D.A.R. 109811}

GUARD, Daniel, Private, Hannah, dec'd, Dec 29 1856
    [d. June 18 1824]
    {GARD, Daniel, b. 12-6-1755; d. 1-18-1824; was on pension roll of 1818 at
     stipend of $90 a year. Lived in Roxbury Twp where he was a forgeman;
     m. Hannah Merick in Parsippany, 1780; d. in Morris Co.
     Pension W420; BLWt. 8340-100; D.A.R. 136902, 131474}

HALL, Josiah, Captain, Abigail, dec'd, Mar 15 1843
    [d. 1810; m. Abigail Johnson]
    {b. 1743; d. 8-11-1810; Son of Tobias, lived in Denville
     m. Abigail Johnson 1764; buried in Rockaway
     Pension Abigail W855; D.A.R.216539}

HAMILTON, William, Private, Abigail, July 3 1839
    {b. 1756; d. 1824/26; lived in Hanover Twp; was a carpenter;
     m. 1st Elizabeth Rogers 1775; 2nd Betty Hathaway 1778
     3rd Abigail Ludlow 1791; Pension Abigail W94}

HAND, Aaron, Private, Phebe, dec'd, Dec 8 1845
    [b. Newark, Feb 23 1764; d. July 27 1842; bur. Springfield;
     m. Phebe Smith, b. Nov 21 1766; d. Feb 5 1845]
    {b. 2-23-1764; d. 7-27-1842; probably lived in Bottle Hill;
     m. Phebe Smith; Pension Phebe W651}

HORTON, Daniel, Private, Martha, July 30 1838
    [b. Chester, 1751; d. Nov 27 1835; m. Martha Terry, b. 1757; d. Feb 9 1842]
    {b. 8-23-1752; d. 1835, age 84; lived in Chester, had a farm in Hortontown on
     North Road. Wife was Martha. He was a county judge in 1822 & 1827,
     deacon of Congregational Church, overseer of poor, Justice of Peace, & trader}

HOWELL, John, Lieu. & Capt., Eleanor, Mar 22 1845
    {b. 9-23-1756; d. 9-18-1830; born in Morristown; lived in Chatham Twp.;
     m. Eleanor Seely; moved to Nicholas Co. KY; died in Hartford KY
     Pension Eleanor W666; BLWt. 998-300; D.A.R. 99862, 92804, 117881}

JOHNES, Timothy, Surgeon, Abigail, Sep 20 1842
    [b. Sep 27 1748; d. Oct 13 1818; m. Abigail Joline Blanchard]
    {b. 9-27-1748; d. 10-13-1818; son of Dr. Timothy Johnes; lived in Morristown;
     m. 1st Sarah ____; 2nd Abigail Julina Blanchard; Pension Abigail W468}

LAMBERT, James, Private, Hannah, May 19 1843
    [b. July 14 1755; d. Apr 2 1842; bur. Westfield;
     m. Hannah Littel, b. Nov 15 1758; d. Mar 31 1850]
    {Pension Hannah W859?}

LEE, William, Private, Abigail, Oct 10 1843
    [b. 1763; d. Dec 7 1839; m. Abigail Byram]
    {b. 1-24-1763; d. 12-5-1839; Son of Thomas & Diah Perrine, brother of  Paul &
     Philip, he lived at Littleton; m. Abigail Byram. Pension Abigail W20465}

LEWIS, Edward, Asst. Com. of Is., Nancy, Feb 4 1837
    [Edward Lewis Jr., b. May 10 1750; d. Basking Ridge, May 27 1817;
     m. Mary Crowell, b. Nov 1 1757; d. Mar 29 1838]
    {Lewis, Edward, Sr. b. 8-8-1722; d. 6-22-1792
     Served as an Assistant Commissary of Issues at Morristown, NJ. He was born
     in Wales; married Sarah Morris, May 30 1745; d. Basking Ridge. D.A.R. 63319
     Lewis, Edward, Jr. b. 5-10-1750; d. 5-27-1817
     Served as a lieutenant in Morris Co. militia. Lived in Basking Ridge;
     m. Mahitable Horton; died in Succasunna. D.A.R. 112301}

LEWIS, John, Private, Phebe, May 22 1837
    {age 76 in 1820; lived in Morris Twp with wife and daughters Sarah Kinney &
     Phebe Wood when he reapplied for a pension in 1820. Pension Phoebe W8040}

LINDSLY, Ephraim, Private, Martha, Sep 23 1840
    {baptized 1753; d. 3-26-1824, age 71; lived in New Vernon;
     m. Martha Goble, July 3 1777}

LUSE, Nathan, Captain, Damaris, Oct 2 1837
    [b. Chester, 1747; d. 1813; m. Damaria Brown, b. 1749; d. 1839]
    {b. 6-23-1747; d. 10-13-1813; Son of David, born in Chester; county judge 1743-68
     m. Demaris Brown of Roxbury; died in Morristown.
     Pension Demaris W8070; D.A.R. 76481, 127538}

MEEKER, Caleb, Musician, Susan, May 25 1841
    [b. Springfield, 1760; d. 1817; m. Susan Skinner]
    {b. abt. 1759; d. 4-1817; served 2 yrs under his father, Capt Joseph Meeker;
     after war moved from Springfield to Succasunna;
     m. Susan Skinner. Pension W7443}

MESSLER, Peter, Private, Martha, Sep 12 1853
    {age 79 in 1840; lived in Morris Twp.
     Pension Martha W180; BLWt. 26286-160-55}

MILLER, Eleazer, Pvt. & Wag. Con., Hannah, Mar 20 1949
    [b. May 20 1759]
    {b. 5-20-1759; d. 11-3-1793; born & died in Morristown;
     bur. 1st Presb. Church yard; m. Hannah Mills Apr 18 1780;
     {Pension Hannah W2319; D.A.R. 122864}

MOREHOUSE, Simeon, Private, Rebecca, Mar 6 1838
    [b. May 3 1755; d. May 4 1836; res. New Providence;
     m. Rebecca Meeker, b. 1753; d. Feb 16 1839]
    {b. 5-3-1751; d. 5-4-1836; lived in Morris Twp.
     m. Rebecca Meeker who resided at New Providence}
    (From GMNJ Vol 2, No. 4, Apr 1927; Rev. Soldiers of New Providence;
     Private, Essex Co. Militia, also Continental Line, pensioned 1833
     b. May 3 1755; d. May 4 1836; bur. Pres. Church yard, New Providence
     m. Rebekah, b. 1753; d. Dec 16 1839; dau. of James Meeker;
     Children of Simeon & Rebecca:
     James, D. Oct 12 1784, age 6 yrs
     Betsey, b. Jan 170; m. Joseph, son of Obadiah Ludlow
     Hannah, d. Oct 13 1784, age 3 yrs
     David, b. Apr 1 1783; m. Sally, dau. of Asher Walker
     Samuel, d. young
     Amos, b. Apr 15 1786; m. May 9 1811, Phebe, b. May 13 1790, dau of John Noe
     Hannah, (2nd), d. age 17 yrs
     Nancy, m. May 13 1810, Moses, son of Stephen Lum
     Fanny, m. Sep 18 1815, Amos, son of Stephen Lum
     Polly, m. Mar 12 1820, John Marsh Parsons, son of David.)

MORRIS, Jonathan F., Surg. Mate, Lieut. of Artly, Margaret S., Feb 28 1839
    [b. 1760; d. Hanover, 1810; m. Margaret Smith Ewen, b. 1758; d. Feb 12 1844]
    {b. 3-21-1760; d. 4-13-1810 Somerset Co.; bur. Bound Brook;
     son of Joseph of Whippany; m. Margaret Smith Ewing (Euen / Even) Mar 1 1784;
     Pension Margaret W135; D.A.R. 135298}

O'HARA, George, Artf. & Pvt., Elizabeth, Oct 4 1837
    [d. Morristown, Oct 26 1806, aged 53 yrs. She d. July 21 1839, aged 79 yrs]
    {d. 10-26-1806, age 53; bur. Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown;
     lived in Morristown where he was proprietor of a
     tavern on site of the Old Continental stores; m. Elizabeth _____
     Pension W5442}

PARROTT, William, Private, Catharine, June 8 1839
    [b. Essex Co., Sep 2 1760; d. Morris Co., Mar 27 1836; m. Catharine Williams]
    {William, Jr.; b. 9-2-1760; d. 3-27-1836; born in Morris Co., probably Hanover
     d. in New Providence; m. Catharine Williams July 15 1779;
     Pension Catharine W2463; D.A.R. 53843, 53358; S.A.R. 115, 21965}
    (From GMNJ Vol 2, No. 4, Apr 1927; Rev. Soldiers of New Providence;    
     Private, Morris Co. Militia; Pensioned, 1833; b. Sep 2 1760; d. Mar 27 1836
     bur. Methodist Cemetery, New Providence; Son of William Parrott;
     m. July 15 1779 Catherine, d. Mar 15 1850, aged 87.01.24; dau of John Williams;
     Children of William & Catharine:
     Abraham, m. Mary, dau of Abraham Frazee
     Betsey, b. Oct 7 1788; d. Apr 25 1878;
        m. Jan 1 1816 Mahlon Smalley, d. Sep 25 1869, son of David
     Abigail, 1 m. Samuel C. Parson, son of Jonathan; 2 m. Israel Stevens, son of John
     Squire, b. Apr 27 1790; m. Dec 3 1816, Martha, dau of David Townley
     Polly, m. Apr 5 1817, William Williamson)

POST, John P., Private, Catharine, dec'd, June 10 1845
    [She d. Sep 7 1844]
    {b. 1759; d. 1843; lived in Hanover Twp; m. Catherine Koch;
     Pension Catherine W121}

PRICE, Rice, Private, Phebe Allen, Mar 29 1843
    [b. 1753; d. Westfield, Sep 30 1820;
     m. Phebe Clark. She m. 2nd _____ Allen, and d. May 31 1851]
    {age 65 in 1820; lived in Morris Township where he applied for a pension with
     wife Phebe & grandchild Susanna. Pension Phebe Allen, former widow W5605}

PROVOST, David, Pvt. & Sergt., Barbara, Oct 10 1843
    {b. 4-10-1750; d. 7-9-1841; m. Barbara Specker; was a school teacher in
     Pompton Plains c. 1807; was on pension roll of 1840 from Pequannock;
     Pension S1086}

ROBERTS, Aaron, Private, Elizabeth, Feb 4 1841
    [b. Newark, Aug 19 1755; d. Morris Co., May 12 1815;
     m. Elizabeth Hedden, b. 1758; d. 1845]
    {b. 8-19-1755; d. 5-12-1815; born in Newark; lived in Randolph Twp;
     wife Elizabeth Hedden resided in Mendham after his death;
     Pension Elizabeth W2349; D.A.R.78670, 10612, 154188}

ROGERS, James, Fifer, Massey, Apr 2 1848
    [She d. Aug 24 1857]
    {b. 2-1-1764; d. 9-12-1845; lived in Morris Twp.; was a carpenter & carriage maker;
     m. Massey Johnson, Apr 12 1786.
     Children: Martha, Edward, Jabez, Harriet & Elizabeth
     Pension S40356}

RUNYON, Richard, Private, Jemima, Dec 3 1846
    [b. 1758; d. Morris Co., Aug 16 1845]
    {b. 11-30-1758; d. 8-16-1845; m. Jemima Hoagland; living in Chester in 1840;
     buried in Patrey Burying Ground, Chester;
     Pension Jemima W11197}

SANDERS, Timothy, Private, Mary, May 25 1841
    [b. 1748; d. May 15 1827. She d. Mar 8 1852]
    {b. 1748; d. 5-15-1827; born in Bernards Twp, lived in Chester Twp;
     a shoe maker by trade; m. Mary Rose of Mendham Oct 10 1782;
     Pension Mary W3873}

SEELEY, Samuel, Lieut., Patience, Aug 1 1839
    [b. Morristown, June 10 1750; d. Dingmans Ferry, Sep 28 1819;
     m. Patience Morrell, b. June 13 1763]
    {b.c. 6-10-1756; d. 9-28-1819; born in Morristown; lived in Chatham;
     died near Dingman's Ferry; m. Patience Morrell;
     Pension Patience W16402; D.A.R. 67751]

STOUT, Daniel, Private, Anna, May 27, 1851
    [b. Nov 14 1758; d. May 5 1843; res. Dover; m. Anna Rogers (or Chadwick)]
    {b. 11-14-1758; d. 4-2-1843; m. Anna Chadwick; Pension Anna W203}

SUTTON, Joseph, Ser. and Corp., Martha, Aug 18 1841
    [b. July 9, 1747; d. Mendham, Nov 8 1822; m. Martha Pierson]
    {b. 7-9-1747; d. 11-8-1822; lived & died in Mendham;
     m. Mrs. Martha Pierson; Pension Martha W872; D.A.R. 97250, 178885,
     156706, 157240; S.A.R. 606}

THOMPSON, Benjamin, Serg., Milicent, Aug 10 1837
    [b. Sep 13 175-; d. Oct 14 1830; m. Milicent Burnet]
    {b. 9-13-1757; d. 10-3/4-1830; born in Elizabeth; moved to Madison 1770-2;
     m. Melicent Burnet; died & is buried in Hillide Cemetery, Madison;
     Pension Melicent W6269; D.A.R. 50673, 153835, 163447, 164469;
     S.A.R. 6186, 40149, 40423}

TUTTLE, Timothy, Serg., Ens., Lieut, & Capt., Mary Jan 18 1837
    [b. Hanover, Sept 18 1748; d. June 16 1816 ; m. Mary Ward, d. June 5 1851, 90 yrs]
    {b. 9-18-1746; d. 6-6-1816; born & died in Whippany;
     m. Mary Ward, dau. of Timothy Cooper Ward;
     buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Parsippany; Pension Mary W6326}

WICKS, John, Drag., Hannah Jane, July 26 1845
    {baptized 10-19-1755; son of Daniel & Jane Wick; lived in Hanover Twp.
     Pension Hannah Jane W4103}

WILCOX, "Deacon" Aaron, Corp., Patience, Jan 13 1845
    [She d. Aug 3 1843]
    {Wilcox, Daniel (Wilcocks) age 78 in 1840; lived in Chatham;
     Pension S3562; Patience Wilcox, widow, was pensioned as a former widow of
     Aaron Deacon}

WILLIS, William, Private, Phebe Kitchell, Sept 25 1841
    [She d. Oct 1 1854]
    {b. 3-27-1754; d. 1793; born in Morris Co., probably Hanover;
     m. Phebe Wilson; Pension Phebe Kitchel, former widow W949}

WOOD, Benjamin, Private, Lydia, Feb 7 1839
    {b. 1-9-1763; d. 1-1-1780; son of Christopher Wood & Phebe Freeman;
     lived in Morristown; Pension Lydia W6567}

WORTMAN, John, Teamster, Charity, May 7 1839
    {b. 9-25-1759; d. 5-19-1831; lived probably in Roxbury Twp;
     m. Charity Messler of Mendham, Oct 2 1785; Pension Charity W100}


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