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    Notes 2010 
    • HOW TO SETUP A FAMILY WEBSITE similiar to www.Vopalensky.biz

      Basic information about setting up a website - Hosting Service, TNG genealogy internet software, FTP, and HTML software.

      Years ago, in 2005, I saw a family website that I liked. I emailed the webmaster of that site, and found out that they used TNG internet software for their website.

      I did not know anything about a server, html, ftp, etc. I purchased TNG, and Simply Hosting installed TNG on the server. I then accessed my site on the internet and figured out how to add myself as a user, name a tree, and then upload a gedcom. Later I figured out how to customize my home page, footer pages, etc. Through the TNG mailing list, forum and wiki; help and ideas are readily available.

      This website is constucted using TNG (The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding) internet software from:

      http://lythgoes.net/genealogy/software.php

      As of February 2017, the cost of this software is $32.99.

      My hosting service is "Simply Hosting" from:

      http://www.simplyhosting.net/hosting/tnghosting.php

      As of February 2017, Simply Hosting will install TNG software on their server for free.

      They have various plans, depending upon how much "space" is required for photos, etc.

      As of February 2017, the basic plan starts at $4.99 a month (or $49.80 if paid yearly). In addition, the domain name cost is about $12.95 a year.

      So, it is about $95 to "start" a TNG website, and about $60 plus dollars a year to maintain it.

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      This is a link from the TNG site, demonstrating how the administration of the site works:

      http://lythgoes.net/genealogy/demoframes10-admin.html

      Per instructions on site, enter demo as both the username and password and then
      Press: Login button

      Select users: The first thing with a new site is to add yourself as the administrator of the site. Do not assign yourself to any tree.

      Select trees: Add new tree.

      Select setup: Then select General settings. This is where all the main settings are selected, including restrictions for showing names for living.

      Select setup: Then select template settings. This is where one can select from 14 different pre-built templates.

      Select import/export: This is how a gedcom is uploaded to the site. (Either from your computer or from the website itself.) (I also, tab to Secondary Processes" and select "Track Lines".)

      The website will now be up and functioning.

      Additional customizations can always be done to the website.

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      Also, needed to access the website server is an FTP program. I use FileZilla available for free at:

      http://filezilla-project.org/

      This is needed to be able to put large amounts of photos files online quickly. Or to upgrade the TNG files on the server. Or if the gedcom becomes too large to upload directly from the home computer.

      I also use CSE HTML Validator software to "customize" some of my TNG files:

      http://www.htmlvalidator.com/

      I used their free version for many years, but then upgraded to a paid version, because I was doing a lot of file customizations.

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      I used to use FTM (Family Tree Maker) computer software. I discontinued using FTM because, when I view "places" in TNG (from an older FTM gedcom), many things besides actual places are listed. This is because FTM uses a "field" for descriptions and it writes those fields into the gedcom as places. In the newer versions of FTM, another description note was added for events, which helps with the listing of places.

      I currently use FH (Family Historian) computer software. I use FH, to have more choices in how to organize my data (can have notes for each event, instead of just one general note per individual); for its ease in standardizing my place names; and because I can link photo/document files (including file descriptions) to FH on my home computer and these links/descriptions carry over to the website.

      Note, starting with FH v6: gedcom is now saved as UNICODE. Need to save gedcom as "save as" either ANSI or UFT for import into TNG.

      Key Features for Newcomers of FH (Family Historian):
      http://www.fhug.org.uk/wiki/doku.php?id=how_to:key_features_for_newcomers

      Backing up FH customized settings:
      The data folder is C:\ProgramData\Calico Pie\Family Historian\
      Family Historian stores its customisations and settings in sub-folders within a system data folder that was created when FH was installed.
      The sub-folders hold such items as Custom & Standard Diagram Types (FHD), Fact Sets (FHF), Queries (FHQ), Reports (FHR), Text Schemes (FHT), etc.


      Helpful pointers for different desktop genealogy software and how they interact with TNG are available under the heading "Desktop gotchas" on the TNG wiki website at:

      http://www.tng.lythgoes.net/wiki/index.php?title=Desktop_gotchas&setlang=fr

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      Current customizations to this website:

      UTF-8 from ISO-8859-1:

      I changed the TNG Site and database to UTF-8 charset character, database collation utf8_general_ci using these instructions (note custom_text files must be saved in format UTF-8 with no BOM):
      http://tng.lythgoes.net/wiki/index.php/Changing_to_UTF-8

      Mod:

      Added Mod: report_options_v10.1.0.0.cfg - Changed File: reports, 3 admin files, and 4 language files

      File:

      Changed File: showreport - disabled downloading cvs files from Reports

      Changed File: favicon - photo icon that shows in web address bar

      Changed File: cust_text - customized some standard text

      Changed Template 4 Files: index, topmenu (heading, photos and menu bar - rearranged menu items, added spacing, and 2 translators and visitor map); mytngstyle (colors), tngtabs2 (colors), tngmobile (color); Note; information entered into template 4 website form stored in File: templateconfig

      (Note: when updating TNG; I must manually update these files with my customizations: showreport. favicon; and from template 4: index, topmenu, tngtabs2, and tngmobile.)

      Additional work done with TNG online:

      Reports - added standard and custom reports (including descriptions);

      Places - automatically geocoded places, and then manually fine tuned some places;

      Cemeteries - manually added cemeteries and linked individual headstones to cemetery,

      Timeline Events - manually added events and descriptions.

      Other administration selections:

      Custom Event Types - select what events display or do not display on website by selecting which events to ignore or accept on gedcom import (when selected, then need to re-import gedcom to implement changes) (Note, I privatize some events for individual or couple)

      Individuals can be tagged as living or private - so they will not display at all to normal website visitors; and the option exists that selected registered site users could be given permission to view living and/or private individuals

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      Other websites I maintain:

      www.Bigalke.biz - my father's German/Polish lines; plus other researchers family lines from Portage County, Wisconsin

      www.Chapman-Grant.com - my husband's colonial lines
    Notes 2011 
    • DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILY WEBSITES

      Free Online Family Tree Website Genealogy Service:

      Geni.com

      TribalPages.com

      FamilySearch.org/family-trees

      Subscription Charge Family Tree Website Genealogy Service:

      Ancestry.com

      Blogs:

    Notes 2012 
    • Note: VOPALENSKY, Anton and Marie Vytiska
      1893 April 10 arrival
      Marie's mother is a Vasicek.

      DUSEJOV, CZECH REPULIC TO USA - 14 FAMILIES
      By date of arrival in USA

      RYCHECKY, Jan and Marie (Burian)

      1862 June 26,
      family arrived from Dusejov #31, Czech Republic to
      Grant county, Wisconsin and later Kansas. Jan is a brother of the immigrant Terezie Rychecky Vasicek.
      "Paulusova" page 69.
      (Common ancestor - Matej Rychecky of Opatov and Dusejov.)

      SVEJDA, Jan and Terezie (Vacha)

      1862 June 26,
      family arrived from Dusejov #23, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. Jan is a brother of the immigrant Katerina Svejda Vasicek. Terezie's mother is Terezie Vopalensky.
      "Paulusova" page 31, 32, 59.
      (Susan Chapman relatives.)
      (Common ancestor - Jan Svejda of Dusejov.)
      (Common ancestor - Jakob Vopalensky of Dusejov.)

      VASICEK, Wenzel and Katerina (Svejda)

      1862 June 26,
      family arrived from Dusejov #23, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. Katerina is a sister of the immigrant Jan Svejda.
      "Paulusova" page 44, 59.
      (Common ancestor - Vasicek of Simanov.)
      (Common ancestor - Jan Svejda of Dusejov.)

      RIHA, Vaclac and Terezie (Bernesch)

      1867 August 8,
      family arrived from Dusejov #25, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
      "Paulusova" page 62.

      VASICEK, Vaclac and Terezie (Rychecky)
      1867 August 8,
      family arrived from Dusejov #24, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county and Grant county, Wisconsin and later to Kansas and Oklahoma. Terezie is a sister of the immigrant Jan Rychecky.
      "Paulusova" page.
      (Jinny Hopp ancestors.)
      (Common ancestor - Simon Vasicek to Opatov #14 in 1656.)
      (Common ancestor - Matej Rychecky of Opatov and Dusejov.)

      SVEJDA, Josef and Antonie (Jilek)

      1882 September 7,
      family arrived from Dusejov #23, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. Joseph is a nephew of the immigrants Jan Svejda and Katerina Svejda Vasicek. Joseph is a sister of the immigrant Anna Svejda Vilda.
      "Paulusova" page 59.
      (Common ancestor - Jan Svejda of Dusejov.)

      GLASER, Mathias and Theresia (Vasicek)

      1884 May 17,
      family arrived from Dusejov #17, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. Theresia is a relative of the immigrant Wenzel Vasicek.
      "Paulusova" page 48.
      (Mae Sazama relatives.)
      (Common ancestor - Vasicek of Simanov.)

      VACHA, Jan

      1890 June 16,
      arrived from Dusejov, Czech Republic to
      ."Paulusova" page .

      VOPALENSKY, Jan and Josefa (Duba)

      1891 June 10,
      family arrived from Dusejov #6, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
      1895 June 1,
      family second crossing arrived from Dusejov #6, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
      "Paulusova" page 28, 63.
      (Susan Chapman ancestors.)
      (Common ancestor - Josef Vopalensky 1764-1846 of Dusejov.)

      HODAC, Frank and Marie (Necada)

      1892 May 2,
      family arrived from Dusejov #41, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
      "Paulusova" page 10, 87.

      RIHA, Josef

      1892 May 2,
      family arrived from Dusejov #41, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
      "Paulusova" page 10, 87.

      RIHA, Frantiska (Cizek)

      1892 August 27,
      arrived from Dusejov #1, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
      "Paulusova" page 16, 45.

      VILDA, Jan and Anna (Svejda))

      1892 May 2,
      family arrived from Dusejov, Czech Republic to
      Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. Anna is a niece of the immigrants Jan Svejda and Katerina Svejda Vasicek. Anna is a sister of the immigrant Josef Svejda.
      "Paulusova" page.
      (Common ancestor - Jan Svejda of Dusejov.)

      DOLEJSI, Josef and Anna (Zeman)

      1895 about,
      family arrived from Dusejov #25, Czech Republic to Relatives to Canada (Kanady).
      "Paulusova" page 8, 62, 73.

      VACHA, Josef

      1907 October 14,
      arrived from Dusejov #37, Czech Republic to
      . Looking for Vincent Vacha arrival.
      "Paulusova" page 82.
    Notes 2020 
    • TREES

      MAIN
      Piemeisel A
      Piemeisel MP
      PiemeiselVogel B
      Piemeisl W
      Steinbach W
      Ueberfluss J
      Vasicek J
      Vasicek JM
      Vasicek JVJ
      Vasicek V
      Vasicek VAC
      Vasicek W
      Vasicek S
      Vopal J
      Vopal-Ohio B
      Vopalensky A
      Vopalensky F
      Vopalensky J
      Vopalensky T

      BRANCHES
      Acker A
      Adams L
      Bacon
      Benes A
      Benes AC
      Benes X
      Beranek V
      Berg P
      Bilski S
      Bolda J
      Bzdawka A
      Bzdawka X
      Cherek A
      Cizek J
      Corbes
      Couch
      Differding J
      Dolejsi M
      Duba
      Dusbabek J
      Fischer J
      Fitz F
      Forman T
      Goetz K
      Grabowski F
      Havlik W
      Hess K
      Hess KSevera
      Hess KSterba
      Hodac F
      Homolka F
      Homolka J
      Huebner X
      Huggard
      Hultgen X
      Kaluzny P
      Klement J
      Kozlowski J
      Krivanek J
      Lomica J
      Lyman J
      Mahal J
      Mahal JA
      Mahal P
      Mantel J
      Matousek X
      Neumeier M
      Okon F
      Pavlekovich J
      Pinkerton X
      Pipal M
      Riedinger J
      Riha J
      Riha V
      Rychecky M
      Rychecky V
      Sazama J
      Schenk J
      Scherkenbach C
      Scherkenbach MN
      Schift X
      Schnieder M
      Shavlik J
      Sipek F
      Slavicek F
      Sobczak A
      Sommer X
      Svejda J
      Talish T
      Vacha
      Verhalen J
      Vesely B
      Vilda J
      Weiler P
      Wettengel M
      Woodraska M
      Ziarek T
      Zwolanek

      UNKNOWN
      Bzdawka
      Dolejsi
      Fischer
      Kolman
      Nowak
      Piala
      Piemeisel
      Piemeisl
      Ueberfluss
      Vasicek
      Vopal
      Woodraska

    Notes 2030 
    • Website Home Page
      updated 24 Sep 2016
      www.Vopalensky.biz

      Emigration from Bohemian-Moravian Highlands of Czech Republic to America
      Especially from villages near Dusejov and Opatov

      img/map_villages.jpg
      Emigration from Bohemian-Moravian Highlands of Czech Republic to America

      Welcome

      Research of emigration from Czech Republic to USA, especially from the villages of Dusejov, Opatov and surrounding villages.

      Surnames

      Surnames researched include: Vopalensky, Vopal, Piemeisel, Piemeisl, Duba, Forman, Vasick/Wasicek/Washicheck, etc.; and related families.

      Researchers

      Susan Chapman, whose immigrant ancestor is Joseph Vopalensky of Dusejov, is the webmaster of this website. This website contains the combined genealogy research shared by several other researchers including Jaroslava Paulusova, Doreen and Arlo Duba, Nancy Anderson, Jinny Hopp, Rich Maresh, and more. We have shared our research that related family members can learn more about their family histories. Additional genealogy information is always appreciated!

      Dedication

      This website is dedicated to Miloslav Cizek,
      Michal Vopalensky
      and Jaroslava Paulusova.

      Thank you Miloslav Cizek for the treasured gift in 1998, the Dusejov book. Thank you Michal Vopalensky for contacting Katy J. Vopal and Susan Chapman, after seeing Katy J. Vopal's family website in 2001. Thank you to Jaroslava Paulusova for writing the Dusejov book, the Opatov book, the Borsov book, and thank you for your generosity, friendship, and making many people's dreams come true. You have all helped us to understand our ancestral roots, culture and heritage; and meet our Czech relatives. Thank you for bridging the gap between our hearts and our ancestors homeland.

      Contributions

      Any and all contributions to this website are welcome and will be greatly appreciated. This is the story about our families, our legacy. Thank you to all the relatives that have contributed photographs, documents, and stories.

      Registered Users - Privileges

      For privacy, information on living individuals can only be viewed by registered users.

      Some registered users are now able to add media to this website, but cannot edit or delete media.

      Disclaimer

      Please note that not all data in the family file has been verified and some requires additional research. This website is updated as additional data becomes available.

      Updates

      This website opened in May 2007.
      Home page revised on September 24, 2016.
      Family tree updated on September 17, 2016.
      TNG v11.0.2 web software updated on September 17, 2016.
      Installed new google map key, converted TNG to UTF-8 site format, AND updated database to UTF-8 charset character: database collation utf8_general_ci


      Behind The Scenes...

      Emigration from Czech Republic to America at www.Vopalensky.biz/genealogy maintained by Susan Chapman. Copyright 2007-2016.

      Desktop genealogy software used is Family Historian v6.0.4 Copyright 2007, published by Calico Pie Limited.


      Quote

      Hold on to what is good, even it it's a handful of earth.
      Hold on to what you believe, even it it's a tree that stands by itself.
      Hold on to what you must do, even it's a long way from here.
      Hold on to your life, even it it's easier to let go.
      Hold on to my hand, even it I've gone away from you.
      -----Pueblo Indian Prayer-----


      REPORTS

      http://www.vopalensky.biz/genealogy/reports.php
      img/Report2.jpg

      See "Reports" for various interactive reports, including:

      CZECH organizations and research centers around Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      About the Webmaster, Susan Chapman; and other RESEARCHERS

      All known VOPALENSKY or VOPAL immigrants by date of ship arrival

      All known PIEMEISEL or PIEMEISL immigrants by date of ship arrival

      All known immigrants from DUSEJOV by date of ship arrival

      All known immigrants from OPATOV by date of ship arrival

      All known immigrants from NOVY RYCHNOV by date of ship arrival

      All IMMIGRANTS by date of ship arrival

      All EMIGRANTS by date of ship departure from Hamburg

      All Birth - Marriage - Death records found in the CZECH ARCHIVES


      PLACES

      http://www.vopalensky.biz/genealogy/places.php
      img/Globe3.jpg

      All Churches and Cemeteries in "Places", start with CHURCH or CEMETERY. Press the little "magnifying glass" next to the name of the place - to see a list of all baptisms, marriages and funerals at the Church; or list of burials at the cemetery.

      img/information.jpg
      ADDING OR CORRECTING INFORMATION

      For individuals in the tree - Either select the "Suggest tab" at the top of most pages, and enter information into appropriate boxes and then submit.OR, press the "book icon" symbol, located next to the event, and enter information and then submit.To add new individual not in the tree - Please use the contact us form, to send the new information to the webmaster.The webmaster will look at each entry and manually update the master file with the information.

      PHOTOS

      Thank you to the many relatives for sharing your photographs and stories. In the early 1990's, Caroline Fischer Goetz, Clara Vopalensky Ueberfluss, Margaret Vopalensky, Chester Vopal and my mom, Lorraine Vopalensky Bigalke; allowed me to make color photocopies of many of their old family photographs. I had also met with James Vopal, Elmer Vopal, Hildegarde Vopal, Sally Vopal and Katy J. Vopal; and I had phone conversations with George Vopal and Gladys Vopal; to discuss and share family history. To my cousins: I am still learning about how to scan photos correctly. The photos displayed on this website are sized and formatted for web viewing. I had scanned many photographs as jpg files, and am now rescanning photographs as tiff files for archival storage. If you would like any photographs, please email me and I can send you a good quality jpg or tiff file. I would appreciate any photographs that you would like to contribute for the website and the family archive of photographs.

      Thank you to Paul Vopal for taking digital photos at the Milwaukee cemeteries of the Vopalensky / Vopal family tombstones.

      BOOKS

      "Dusejov Rody A Popisna Cisla"
      by Jaroslava Paulusova
      ; a Czech book about the family history of each house in Dusejov, written in 1995 and revised edition written in 2013.

      "Opatov - Obec, Domy, Obyvatele"
      by Jaroslava Paulusova
      ; a Czech book about the family history of each house in Opatov, written in 2010.


      "Borsov - v Minulosti I Soucasnosti"
      by Jaroslava Paulusova
      ; a Czech book about the family history of each house in Borsov, written in 2015.

      "The Czech Community Of Milwaukee 1848-1998, Dejiny Cechu V Milwaukee"
      by Anton Daniel Acker
      ; a book about the history of Czech in Milwaukee, written by a Dusejov immigrant descendant.

      "The Dubas of Opatov, Bohemia; Grant Co., Wisconsin; Brule Co., South Dakota"
      by Arlo D and Doreen E Duba
      ; a book about the Duba family, written by an Opatov immigrant descendant.

      "The Forman Family; Descendants of Jan Evangelista Forman and Terezie Dubova"
      by Doreen E Duba
      ; a book about the Forman family, who came from Opatov, Bohemia; to Trego County, Kansas; Grant County, Wisconsin; Brule County, South Dakota; Dixon County, Nebraska.



      ------------------------ A FAMILY WEBSITE similar to this website

      http://www.vopalensky.biz/genealogy/------------------
      img/web.jpg

      Basic information about setting up a website - Hosting Service, TNG genealogy internet software, FTP, and HTML software



      img/Photo_flags_USA_CzechRepublic_small.jpg
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      Emigration from Czech Republic to
      America

      (Previously on page:)
      The Jan Vopalensky family of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; is featured in the photo on the left side of this page. Jan Vopalensky, father, with sons: Joseph Vopalensky, Frank Vopal, James Vopal and John Vopal.



      My grandmother, Mary Piemeisel Fischer Vopalensky, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; is featured in the photo in the upper right hand corner of this page.
    Notes 2040 
    • To Do List
      Milwaukee Protestant Church
      Upgrade TNG software on website
      and add customizations
      Link Cemeteries
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      Books to source:
      Duba - Duba, Doreen
      Forman - Duba, Doreen
      Schoenberger - McGregor, Marlene Maresh
      Duba, Jakub - Mills, Ann Bryan
      Zwolanek -
      Opatov - Paulusova, Jaroslava
      Dusejov - Paulusova, Jaroslava
      Borsov - Paulusova, Jaroslava

      Files to source:
      Kokes
      Vopalensky

      Simanov:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc9wiAjqBro
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      Research To Check:
      Wisconsin Death Index 1820-1907
      Jos Waschichek 18 Jun 1888 Milw
      Amalia Wasiczek 22 May 18881 Milw
      Emily Wocasek 19 Sep 1881 Milw
      Washeshek 18 May 1889 Milw
      Twins of Matt Washicheck 29 Oct 1891 Milw
      Viola Washicheck 1 Mar 1898 Milw
      Charles Washechek 19 Jul 1904 Milw
      Henry Washecek 12 Oct 1905 Milw
      Char Washechek 5 Aug 1905 Milw
      Wenzel Washecheck 8 Feb 1907 Milw
      Franz Vasicek 6 Jul 1875 Milw
      Paul Vasicek 7 Nov 1893 Milw
      Jacob Vasicek 12 Aug 1901 Kewaunee
      Petronela Vashichek 28 Dec 1904 Kewaunee

      1880 Census
      Frank and Emelie Wocasek, father Wensel

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      marriages

      image 30 and back to do
      image 32 house Koca Frantisek and Rose 13 Nov 1865
      image 33 house 13 Koca
      image 34 house 63 Vaclav Berja
      image 35 house 13 Koca
      image 41 house 13 Koca
      image 45 house 13 Koca - 2 entries
      image 49 house 13 Koca
      image 50 house 26 Vesecky
      image 53 house 10 Vesecky

      baptisms
      image 57 Frantisek Koca born 30 Mar 1840 house 13
      image 58 Pocinsky house 10
      image 64 ?Kralik house 8
      image 64 Porinsky house 10
      image 72 Koca house 13
      image 75 Porinsky house 10
      image 76 15 May 1844 Jan Kralik house 8
      image 78 Koca house 13
      image 79 house 63 and house 10
      image 85 house 13 Koca
      image 90 house 63 and house 10
      image 96 house 13 Kral
      image 98 Bouril house 63
      image 101 Vesecky house 26
      image 102 (Kral is in house 13) Koca house 13
      image 105 and 106 and 107 Frantisek 28 Dec 1850
      image 107 Vesecky house 26
      image 109 Bouril house 63
      image 112 Koca house 13
      image 117 Klara house 10
      image 119 Koca house 13
      image 127 Antonin 3 Jul 1856 died
      image 136 Koca house 13
      image 148 Antonin born 29 Nov 1861, son of Josef, son of Vojtech and Anna, daughter of Pavla Becha
      image 164 Koca house 13
      image 167 Koca house 13
      image 178 Vesecky house 26
      image 184 Anna Novotny born 1 jan 1871; daughter of Marie (later legitimized father Josef Novotny)
    Custom ID RESEARCH 
    Person ID I324  Czech
    Last Modified 27 Sep 2016 

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