JOHN GRATTON'S DESCENDANTS
and
Ledger Books - New Haven 1825



The Descendants Tree, and Ledger Books from 1825,  was generously contributed by Brandon Bellinger, whose ggg-grandfather was John Gratton, from the town of New Haven, Oswego Co., NY.   Brandon is interested in finding out more information on John Gratton and his family. 
Please email at:   bbellinger@email.msn.com


Descendants of John Gratton



Generation No. 1
1.  JOHN1 GRATTON was born 16 Apr 1785 in MA?, and died 6 Jan 1862 in New Haven, Oswego, NY.  He married (1) POLLY.  He married (2) CHLOE.

More About JOHN GRATTON:
Occupation: Farmer/carriage maker/carpenter
Residence: New Haven

Children of JOHN GRATTON and CHLOE are:
2. i. LOUISA PEARL2 GRATTON, b. 24 Aug 1822; d. 8 Jun 1901.
 ii. MARY GRATTON, b. Apr 1829, NY; d. 4 Sep 1850, NY.

More About MARY GRATTON:
Comment 1: Blind

Generation No. 2

2.  LOUISA PEARL2 GRATTON (JOHN1) was born 24 Aug 1822, and died 8 Jun 1901.  She married DANIEL BERTRAM VAN BUREN 26 Mar 1846, son of MARTIN VAN BUREN and METHETABEL.

Notes for LOUISA PEARL GRATTON:
Sat, 8 Jun 1901 

Obituary

  Louisa P. Van Buren, widow of the late Daniel B. Van Buren, and one of the oldest residents of the town of New Haven, died on Saturday last at the age of 769 years. The Deceased had lived in the towns of Scriba and New Haven nearly all her long life. She was married about 56 years ago and her husband died in 1891. Mrs. Van Buren's madien name was Gratton and she came from the same family as the famous orator of that name. Her grandfather having been born in North Ireland. Mrs. Van Buren was a member of the baptist Church and later of the Congregational Church. She was very highly esteemed by many friends in the towns of Scriba and New Haven and also in this city where she lived for several years.

  She is survivied by two sons, John Van Buren and Ernest Van Buren of this city. The Pall bearers who bore her husbands remains to the grave in 1891 are all living and will be the pall bearers at the funeral which occurs in New Haven tomorrow.

More About LOUISA PEARL GRATTON:
Baptism: Jun 1901, Buried New Haven Cemetery

More About DANIEL BERTRAM VAN BUREN:
Baptism: May 1891, Buried New Haven Cemetery

Children of LOUISA GRATTON and DANIEL VAN BUREN are:
3. i. JOHN GRATTON3 VAN BUREN, b. 21 Feb 1847, New Haven, Oswego, NY; d. 1912, NY.
 ii. MARTIN CORNEILUS VAN BUREN, b. 24 Oct 1848, New Haven, Oswego, NY; d. 6 Oct 1867, NY.
 iii. FREDERICK BERTRAM VAN BUREN, b. 12 Nov 1855, New Haven, Oswego, NY; d. 30 Jan 1866, New Haven, Oswego, NY.
4. iv. ERNEST EDWIN VAN BUREN, b. 23 Mar 1860, New Haven, Oswego, NY; d. 28 Dec 1921, Oswego, Oswego, NY.
 v. BETSEY DRAKE, b. 1843.

Generation No. 3

3.  JOHN GRATTON3 VAN BUREN (LOUISA PEARL2 GRATTON, JOHN1) was born 21 Feb 1847 in New Haven, Oswego, NY, and died 1912 in NY.  He married ELLA N. DONNELY 30 Oct 1883.

Child of JOHN VAN BUREN and ELLA DONNELY is:
 i. JOHN D.4 VAN BUREN, b. 1890, Oswego, Oswego, NY; m. MAE WORDEN, 30 Nov 1911, Oswego, Oswego, NY.

More About JOHN D. VAN BUREN:
Occupation: Stenographer

More About MAE WORDEN:
Occupation: House-keeping

4.  ERNEST EDWIN3 VAN BUREN (LOUISA PEARL2 GRATTON, JOHN1) was born 23 Mar 1860 in New Haven, Oswego, NY, and died 28 Dec 1921 in Oswego, Oswego, NY.  He married OLIVE HARRIET WHEELER 1 Mar 1892 in Oswego, Oswego, NY, daughter of ALBERT WHEELER and JULIA CLARK.

Notes for ERNEST EDWIN VAN BUREN:
Thurs 29 Dec 1921

Obituary 

  Earnest E. Van Buren, a well known resident of the town of New Haven, died this morning at Oswego Hospital following a lingering illness.  Deceased was a lifelong resident of New Haven and a member of the M. E. church.  He was the son of the late Mr. Mrs. Daniel B. Van Buren, former prominent residents of New Haven.  He was a farmer by occupation.

  Surviving besides his wife are four sons, Edward, Daniel, Harold, and William Van Buren, and two daughters, Mrs. Ray Bellinger, of this city and Miss Louise Van Buren, of New Haven.
  Arrangments for the funeral are as yet incomplete.

Ernest Edwin Van Buren

   New Haven. Jan 3, Ernest Edwin Van Buren died in the Oswego Hospital December 28, 1921, after several weeks' illness.  His remains were moved to his home at New Haven where funeral services were conducted Sunday, January 1, at 2 p.m., by the Rev H. B. Hawkins, minister of the First Congregational church of New Haven.  Interment was made a the New Haven Cemetery.

   The death of Mr. Van Buren removes from the town of New Haven one of the last direct descendants of a old and honored family, who, in the generations past, stood for the best of citizenship, integerity, and wealth; he was the son of Daniel B. and Louisa Grattan, the former a resident of New Haven, and large property owner, for fifty years, and who died May 10 1891, at the age of seventy.

   Ernest E. Van Buren was born March 23, 1860; he was united in marriage March 1, 1892, to Olive H. Wheeler of Oswego; he served as under-sheriff with his brother John, at one time sheriff of Oswego county.  At the experation of his term he entered into the drug business associated with Chris Vowinkel.  At the time of his marriage he became one of the organizers of The Silver Metal Works of Oswego, which after two years was destoryed by fire.  Soon after he took up residence on the family homestead farm, which he aquired by legacy and purchase, and where he maintained his rsidence up to the time of his death, and following the occupation of a farmer.

   He is survived by his widow and the following children. Edward Albert, Harold Wheeler, Ruth Olive Bellinger, Daniel Ernest, Willis Cornelius, and Louisa May, all of who reside in the New Haven, except Mrs. Bellinger, whose home is in the city of Oswego.

   Mr. Van Buren was a man of natural and keen business sense, and posessed certain superior attributes inherited from his ancestors.  He was a good neighbor and upright citizen, whose presence will be missed and his los mourned by those who knew him intimately.
   The widow and family will remain on the home farm.

More About ERNEST EDWIN VAN BUREN:
Baptism: 1 Jan 1922, Buried New Haven Cemetery
Occupation: Farmer

Notes for OLIVE HARRIET WHEELER:
Thurs 16 Dec 1954

Obituary 

  Van Buren-Died in New Haven, Dec 16, 1954, Ollie Van Buren, daughter of the late Albert and Julia Wheeler and widow of Ernest Van Buren.
  Friends are invited to attend the funeral Sunday, Dec 19, at 1:30 P.M. at the residence of her son, Edward Van Buren, New Haven. Interment in New Haven Cemetery. 

More About OLIVE HARRIET WHEELER:
Baptism: 19 Dec 1954, Buried New Haven Cemetery
 
 


John Gratton's Ledger Books - 1825 

This information was taken from John Gratton's ledger (my gr gr gr grandfather). He lived in New Haven and it covers the year 1825.  He has additional entries up through 1845. Names and words were spelled as written, or is some cases due to the hand writing, as they appeared to me.  If words could not be determined, then periods were put in their place.  Brandon Bellinger
Updated Feb 13, 2000:  Brandon has compared the names with the 1830 census which are in (  ) for both years 1825 - 1826. 
 

June 2d
Chancey B. Doolittle
 
 
 
 

Chancey B. Doolittle
 

Amos Gratton
 

June 3d 
Amos Gratton

June 4th
Chancey B. Doolittle

Amos Gratton
Samuel G. Babbit

Chancey B. Doolittle 
John Deveneux 
Chancey B. Doolittle 

Roswel Farman 
Amos Gratton 

June 17th
A. Kinney

Amos Gratton 
 
 

Ira Smith
George W. Allen 
Chancey B. Doolittle 
 

July 2d 
Daniel Jones

July 4th 
W Cogill

July 5th
Daniel Hitchcock
 
 
 
 
 
 

July 9th
Orris Hart

July 12
Lyman Hatch
 
 
 

July 13th
Bewet
Chancey B. Doolittle 
Crouch
 

July 29th
Esra May

Cogin

Daniel Bromley
 
 

August 8th
Ira Smith
 
 

Esra May

W Scranton

August 10th
Warren Allen
 
 

August 20
Chancey B. Doolittle 
 

Deacon Barnes
(Barnum B. Barnes?)

Draton Bromley
 

August 21
Moses Davis

George W. Allen

September 2nd
Esra May

September 6th
Chancey B. Doolittle 
 

Stephen Bentley

September 19th
Esra Tyler
 
 

Amos Gratton
Wm Taylor
 

September 28th
Jefsy Holaday
(Jessie Halladay)
Symon (Simon)Gibson
 
 

Chancey B. Doolittle 
 
 
 

October 4th
James Cogill
Cyrus Severance
Palmer Hewit
Amos Gratton
 

October 11th
Lyman Hatch
Henry Stacey
Stacey

October 21st
Daniel Jones
 

November 1st
Bewet

November 7th
Chancey B. Doolittle 

November 10th
Draton Bromley
 
 

Samuel Paumer
 

Chancey B. Doolittle 
Samuel Allen
Harvey Simmons

Horace Wells (Welles)
William Coe
 
 

December 2nd
Chancey B. Doolittle 

Hezekiah Nichols
Harvey Simmons
Horace Wells (Welles)
Chancey B. Doolittle 
 
 
 

December 30th
Esra May

Daniel Jones
 
 
 

 


to 1 dish kittle ...... 
to 1 bake kittle
to 1 tea kittle
to 1 .....
to 1 ......
to 1 small kittle
by pt rum 
by blank book 
by ........ to Catherine Stewart
commenced boarding himself and apprentice
by 8 bushels of potatoes at 0.25 pr bu 
 

by 3# 13 oz butter at 0.10 pr # 
 

by 2 qts whiskey 
by 1/4 # ginger 
by 3# 13 oz  maple sugar
by hemlock logg which made 271 ft 
of boards
by one .... ...... 
to one horse waggon to Constantia 
by 3/4 auger 
by 12 1/2 # shingle nails 
to 13# 10 oz tallow 
to 3# 6 oz of tallow to Robinson 
 

to one horse waggon to Scriba 
to one horse waggon to Oswego or to Hanibal
by butter 10# 
by sugar 10# 
by 3 bu wheat
by 1 bu corn 
by drawng load of plank from the falls 
to 13# 15 oz of tallow 
to reaming wagon wheel at 25 cents pr felloe 
to springing in two spokes 
 

to reaming three waggon wheels 

to one horse wagon to Oswego 
by tea 
 

to pulling in one felloe 
to springing in one spoke
to one brace
to one bolster and stakes 
to one spoke 
to reaming fore wheel 
to two stakes
 

to repairing wagon 
 

to reaming one hind wheel two horse waggon 
to one spoke
to reaming fore wheel
to two spokes
 

to spoking & reaming hind wheel to his waggon 
to whip and work on dragg 
by 47 staves 
by 18 double butts
 

to spoking for wheel 
to two felloes
by one horse waggon to Mexico 
by one horse waggon to Oswego
to one horse waggon to Mexico, four corners 
and to mill
by barrel 
 

to puting in two axletree 
letting in the irons
one notch and bolster & stakes
one sand board and reach
to putting in spokes 
to 4 felloes
to putting in waggon felloe
 

to set of one horse waggon boxes 
to work on one horse waggon
by a half round file 
 

to work on one horse waggon 
greasing and making springs for seat
and mending plow
to spoking one horse waggon 
wheel 4 spokes
to felloes
to one horse waggon to Fabius 
damage done the harness
 

to putting in two spokes 
to one felloe
to 9# 2 oz tallow 
 

to spoking and reaming the hind wheel on one 
horse waggon

to a two horse waggon 
to a set of waggon boxes
to making waggon tung and .....
to one horse waggon axletree 
 

to reaming waggon wheel 
to axletree
to waggon tung
March 30th 1829 this day paid
by 10# butter
to cant axletree 
to letting in irons
 

to a two horse waggon wood 
by 3 bushels of wheat at 7/ pr bushel 
to reaming a set on one horse waggon wheels 
2/ pr felloe
to spoking one wheel .. pr spoke
by 15 ft of 1 1/2 in ash plank 
to mending one horse waggon ..... and 
springing in spokes
to mending waggon chair
to putting in reach
 

to one horse waggon to Oswego 
to putting in axletree to Lyons waggon 
to bolster to waggon 
to bedsted 
by timber for bedsted 
 

by cash 
to repairing waggon gearing 
by 15 1/2 bushel potatoes at 2. pr bush 
 

to waggon tung and braces 
to two brooms 
 

to one barrel salt 
to one bushel salt

by waggon wheel
 

to saddle to be paid in wheat and copper
working  in the following manner
two pails and eight bushels of good wheat to 
by the first of January next
to putting in two felloes 
to one spoke
to reaming wheel
to three days work on stove 
to one horse waggon to Scriba 
to set of cart wheels 
to set of cart boxes
by 1/4 beef 103 lb at ..... 50 cents pr ...
to 1 qt rum
to 1/4 lb tea
to 2 1/2 ft ......... wood
 

to a hind waggon wheel
to piece of planking
1 1/2 days work in the mill
by two bushels of wheat
by two bushels of corn
to making two whipeltree
to fitting on sley shoes
to double whipeltree
to mending pump
 

by horse to Sandy Creek twenty miles
by 1 3/4 bushels corn
by two bushels of wheat  6. pr bu
....... 4 quarts
by 294 spokes at $1 pr hundred
by 280 spokes at $1 pr hundred
by 320 spokes at $1 pr hundred 


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John Gratton's Ledger Books - 1826 


Jan 11th
Samuel G. Babbit
Esra May
 

Jan 17th
Samuel G. Babbit
 

Feb 13th
Thomas Bracey
Robert Jeritt (Jerret)
Charles Nichols

Feb 20th
Daniel Jones

Feb 25th
Ari Roe (Rowe)

Chancey B. Doolittle
Horace Wells (Welles)
 
 

March 14th
Chancey B. Doolittle
 
 
 

March 17th
Harvey Simmons
Daniel Hitchcock

March 20th
Jefsie  Holaday
(Jessie Halladay)

Samuel Allen
Daniel Hatch
Chancey B. Doolittle
Reuben Doolittle
 
 

John Deverow (Devereux)

April
Harvey Simmons

Jacob Myers

April 14th
Chancey B. Doolittle
 

Orris Hart

Lovel Bullock
 
 

April 15th
Wm (William)Taylor

Daniel Hitchcock
 
 
 

April 22nd
John Parson Esq
 
 
 
 
 

Doolittle & Barton
May 3rd
Ezra May

Doolittle & Barton

May 21st
George W. Allen
Sam (Samuel) Bradner
 

May 27th
Doolittle & Barton
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sam G. Babbit

Harvey Simmons
Lovel Bullock
 

June 19th
Vanalstine
 

June 22nd
Wm (William) Taylor

June 29th
Wm (William) Burt
 
 

July 7th
Jonathan Wing
 
 

July 10th
Lyman Phillips
 

Beasley Snow

Palmer Hewitt

July 15th
John Peck

Josiah Hewitt

July 19th
Doolittle & Barton
 
 

Palmer Hewitt

Wm (William) Williams
 
 
 
 
 

July 21st
Moses Davis

J W Worden
Wm (William) Taylor
 

July 25th
Reuben Austin
 

L Simmons
Wm (William) Taylor
 

August 4th
Ira Smith

Bently

Doolittle & Barton
H (Hezekiah) Nichols

August 21st
Samuel Babbit

John Peck

Henry Stacey
 
 

Haslock
 
 

August 24th
Levi Rowe
Doolittle & Barton
 
 

Samuel Roe
 

Horace Wells (Welles)

Sept-
Ira Smith

Rufsel (Russel) Smith

Sept 11th
Palmer Hewitt

Barton Doolittle

Sep-19th
Hezekiah Nichols
 

Sept 23rd
Reuben Doolittle

Doolittle & Barton
 

Sept 24th
Wm (William) Fellows
of Mexico

Haslock

Warren Allen
 

Sept 27th
Wm (William) Taylor

October 2nd
Horace Wells (Welles)
 

Doolittle & Barton

Sam Harmon 
the stone cutter
Joseph Boynton
(Joseph Byington)
 

Ira Smith

Nov 8th
Freeman Phillips

Roswell Farman

Filander Halley
(Philander Holley)
Horace Wells (Welles)
 
 

Dec 6th
Amos Wells

Samuel Harman
 

Lovell Bullock

Moses Davis
Roswell Farman
 
 

Dec 25th
Doolittle & Barton
 

Charles Nichols
Horace Wells (Welles)


to a sley wood
to use a grindstone to grind
new ax
 

by 3 1/2 bushels corn
by 2 bushels wheat
 

to 20 ft of soft maple
to making sley box
to work on flax wheel
 

by one hog weight #48
 

to making a cutter
by basswood boards
to mending bobsled
to making ox sled
to a set of cart wheels
to 3 bushels of corn
 

to work on one horse 
waggon making box and 
bolster
to two horse waggon wood
 

by 2 bushels corn
by 7 bushels of corn
 

by 25 wagon tungs
by 75 ft ash boards
by 160 ft maple
to a set of cart whels
to spoking hind wheel
to making cart tung
to cart axletree
to wedging cart boxes and
arging out the hub and 
letting in iron
to a dish kittle
 

to pin timber for sled
to putting in one belt
to mending waggon
 

to work  on one horse waggon
making box and bolster
to two horse waggon wood
to a waggon tung and one 
brace circle piece and bolster
by 3 yds ..... cloth at 10 pr 
yd
by 8 lbs sugar at $.10 pr lb
 

to making one horse waggon
..... fo Doolittle
to putting in one horse 
waggon axletree
to springing in one s...
to work on box
 

to reaming two wheels
to two new wheels
to gearing for horse waggon
to a set of boxes
to getting out old boxes and
putting in new ones

to making dragg

to waggon axletree
to one stake and setting box
to making t.... bedsted
 

to 9 1/2 lbs fish
to mending Marvin one horse
waggon
 

to making bedsted for Esq
Heath
to work on waggon rack
to two bedsteds
to board for head board
to putting on axletree
to bolster and stakes
to two reaches
to putting on waggon tung
to work on waggon wheel
by 1/2 cord wood
by keeping cow 12 days
by seven bushels of wheat
to a two horse waggon wood
 

to work on waggon wheel
by one bushel buck wheat
 

to a .... press
 

by 120 ft of oak boards
by timber
by 90 spokes
 

to a bolster for a one horse
waggon
Paid
 

by order on Eagles stove
to a set of horse waggon 
wheels
to putting in two fellows &
wedging boxes
to 1/2 days work haying
 

to a hind waggon wheel
to setting boxes
to work on waggon
 

to 1/2 days work harvesting
to reaming the hind wheel
to one horse waggon
to .....on two days haying
to reaming one horse waggon
wheel
to reaming the two hind wheels
to a one horse waggon
to 2 fore wheels new
to the gearing
to one spoke
springs to hang the body on
 

to putting in a long houn to a
waggon
to repairing waggon         Paid
to 1/2 day work haying
to part of a day mowing
 

to axletree and setting the
irons
to bolster and stake
to 1/2 a days work reaping
by 14 1/2 lbs of mutton
3 cents pr lb
 

to spring seats for two horse
waggon
to one horse axletree for his
brother
to mending shovel and plow
to work on mill 3/4 day
 

to axletree
by sheep 
to spoking and reaming one
horse waggon wheel
to putting in axletree
to bolster & stakes
to crotch & reach
to setting two boxes
to bolster & stakes
to sand board
to mending block hinge
 

to repairing one horse waggon
to 1 spoke & 1 fellow
to a reach
to mending chain
to axletree
to mending Cogill one horse
waggon
by cash
to putting in plow beam
 

to putting in one fellow 
to sawing out ream
to work on one horse waggon
 

to mending one horse waggon
box and making spring
to making plow handle
 

to 4 1/2 days work on mill
by 1 bushel of wheat
 

to dragg
by 1 pound 13 oz butter 
verbal order from Reuben
Doolittle to mending cart tung
 

to a set of one horse waggon
wheels and a hub for a waggon
wheel
by pies
by 1 bushel of wheat
to timber for wheels
to 2 1/2 days work
 

to making dragg
 

by 17 1/2 lbs of ..... for ........
by two bushel corn
by sheep
to putting in axletree
to Jackson sawing staves

to ............ waggon wheel
by 11 bushels of winter apples
by 8 bushels of common apples
by one barrel of cider
by one barrel of cider
by two bushels of apples
 

to putting in .... ..
to .. Marvin waggon
to a set of cart wheels with 14
spokes in a wheel
to a set of cart wheels

to cart body
by 1 sheep
by 1 bushel corn
 

to work on one horse waggon
by bak skantling plank
to mending sley
to work on straw cutter
to making sley box and stakes
by 95 lbs of beef
to making cart body
to waggon box
by one bushel corn
by 12 1/2 bushels of cow corn
by 1 bushels of cow corn
 

to putting in sled tung and rack
for sled
to sled tung
to putting in cuttter thilt
to work on sled


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1
 
 
 

2
 
 
 

3
 
 

2
1
10
1
1
 
 

1
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2
 

2

3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1
 

3
6
5
1
 

17
1
 

1
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1

3

1
 
 

3
 

5
25
 
 
 
 
 

1
 

1
5
1
8
 
 
 
 
 

3

14
 
 
 
 

4

3
 
 
 

1
1
 
 

3
6
6

2
18
 
 

2
 
 
 
 
 

2
 
 
 
 
 

4

1
 
 
 

1
1

2
 
 

3
 

1
 

3
 
 

2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1
 
 
 
 
 
 

1
 
 
 
 
 
 

14
 

2
2
 

1
 
 

1
3
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

11
11
 
 
 
 
 

30
2

1
1
2
5
2

3
 
 
 

1
 

 


50
 
 
 

53
50
 

38
00 
25
 

00 
 

50
50
50
25
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50
 
 
 

25
25
 
 

50
 
 

84
40
00 
75
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50
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31
44
 
 

25
25

13

75
80
 
 

63
 
 

75
 

50
50
50
25

25
50
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75
00 
 
 
 

70
 
 

50
63
00 
13
50
75
50
63
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35

25
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50
50
 

50
 

50
20
35
05
 

50
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63
 
 

50
19
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50
50

13

50
50
75
13
00 
88
 

63
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18
 
 
 

25
 

44
 
 

25

50
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50
81

50
 
 

63
 

50
 

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31

75
25
50
 
 

38
50
 
 

75
50
 
 
 
 
 

50
21

75
 
 
 

38
8
75
50
50
 

00 
 

52
00 
50
50
38

38
 
 
 

38
 
 

63

50
50
 
 
 
 
 

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75
85
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13
50
13
25
 
 

13
75
63
38
 

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