Convict Noah Mortimer

M, #77968, b. 11 May 1761, d. 3 June 1846
FatherConvict John Mortimer b. 25 Feb 1733, d. 21 Nov 1812
MotherJane Endle b. 24 Feb 1736
     Convict Noah Mortimer was also known as Nathaniel Mortimer. He was born on 11 May 1761 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He was the son of Convict John Mortimer and Jane Endle. Convict Noah Mortimer was He was tried at Exeter, Devon on 20 March 1786 for stealing mutton with a value of 10 shillings. He was sentenced to transportation for 7 years and left England on the Charlotte aged about 26 at that time (May 1787). He had no occupation recorded. on 20 March 1786 at Exeter, Devonshire, England. Hewas transported in February 1787 on the convict transport ship 'Charlotte' from England to Australia. He arrived 26 January 1788 on the convict transport ship 'Charlotte' in Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australia. Particulars of the Voyage: Portsmouth to Tenerife 13 May - 3 June 1787, Tenerife to Rio de Janeiro 10 June 1787 - 5 August 1787, Rio de Janeiro to Cape Town 4 September - 13 October 1787, Cape Town to Botany Bay 13 November 1787 to 20 Jan 1788. He lived on 27 January 1788 at New South Wales, Australia. He departed New South Wales, Australia 15 February 1788 . Noah was part of the advance party of 23 people who sailed from Port Jackson on the 'Supply' on 15th February 1788 and arrived at Norfolk Island in March 1788 to settle that island; these were the first settlers on Norfolk Island. He arrived 29 February 1788 on the convict transport ship 'Supply'. Noah and his father, John, are selected as the First Settlers (Lt. King plus 22 others) to settle Norfolk Island, arriving on HMS Supply. He married Convict Frances Williams in 1796 at Norfolk Island. Convict Noah Mortimer lived on 30 December 1796 at New South Wales, Australia. He lived on 30 December 1796 at Norfolk Island; Noah is given a Land Grant of 10 acres. On 12 August 1801 Noah and John were given a grant of 30 acres on Norfolk Island. He married Convict Mary Cottle on 3 November 1801 at Norfolk Island. Convict Noah Mortimer was living with Mary Cottle, a convict per the 'Lady Juliana' in a Defacto relationship in 1805 at Norfolk Island. He in 1808 was granted 183 acres in New Town, Van Diemen's Land. This was awarded to him by Governor Macquarie in compensation for giving up his land grant on Norfolk Island. He lived there with Mary Cottle and James. He arrived Van Diemen's Land, Australia 1 March 1808 with his wife, his son James and his father John.They arrived on the Lady Nelson. This was after Norfolk Island has been ordered to close. He lived in 1811 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He in 1813 was granted 170 acres near Lake Tiberas, Big Lagoon, Monmouth, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. By 1823 Noah had 800 acres and he and his son James became known for stealing sheep in the region. of Lake Tiberias, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He married Ann Geary in 1824 at Big Lagoon, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. Convict Noah Mortimer lived circa 1833 at Glenorchy, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. After Ann Geary was killed by aborigines, Noah left the land and moved to Glenorchy. He lived with a relative Susannah Mortimer and her husband James O'Brien. He died on 3 June 1846 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia, at age 85. He was buried circa 5 June 1846 at St. Matthews Cemetery, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was buried as Nathanial Mortimer. He shares a grave with James O'Brien.

Family 1

Ann Geary d. 9 Oct 1828
Marriage*He married Ann Geary in 1824 at Big Lagoon, Van Diemen's Land, Australia
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Family 2

Convict Frances Williams b. 9 Mar 1757, d. c 1801
Marriage*Convict Noah Mortimer married Convict Frances Williams in 1796 at Norfolk Island

Family 3

Convict Mary Cottle b. 1753, d. 1816
Marriage*Convict Noah Mortimer married Convict Mary Cottle on 3 November 1801 at Norfolk Island
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John Cropper

M, #77969, b. 1760, d. 6 November 1826
     John Cropper was born in 1760 at Mold, Flintshire, Wales. He married Convict Frances Williams in 1792. John Cropper died on 6 November 1826 at Sandy Bay, Van Diemen's Land, Australia.

Family

Convict Frances Williams b. 9 Mar 1757, d. c 1801
Last Edited12 Aug 2014

Convict John Mortimer

M, #77970, b. 25 February 1733, d. 21 November 1812
     Convict John Mortimer was baptized on 25 February 1733 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He was born on 25 February 1733 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He married Jane Endle on 6 December 1759 at Ashburton, Devon, England. Convict John Mortimer was John and his son Noah and son in law Edward Westlake are convicted of two charges. 1. stealing a wether sheep and 2. stealing 40 pounds of mutton with a value of 10 Shillings. He was sentenced to 7 years transportation on the second charge. on 20 March 1785 at Exeter, Devonshire, England. Hewas transported in February 1787 on the convict transport ship 'Charlotte' from England to Australia. He arrived at on the convict transport ship 'Charlotte' on 26 January 1788 in Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australia. Particulars of the Voyage: Portsmouth to Tenerife 13 May - 3 June 1787, Tenerife to Rio de Janeiro 10 June 1787 - 5 August 1787, Rio de Janeiro to Cape Town 4 September - 13 October 1787, Cape Town to Botany Bay 13 November 1787 to 20 Jan 1788. He arrived 29 February 1788 on the convict transport ship 'Supply' on Norfolk Island. John, and his son Noah, are selected as the First Settlers (Lt. King plus 22 others) to settle Norfolk Island, arriving on HMS Supply. He was was given 100 lashes for stealing wheat and neglecting his work. on 15 January 1793 at Norfolk Island. On 12 August 1801 John and Noah were given a grant of 30 acres on Norfolk Island. 1811 after Norfolk Island was abandoned,
John and Noah arrive in Hobart on the ship 'Lady Nelson'. He was buried in November 1812 at St. David's Cathedral, 125 Macquarie Street, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He died on 21 November 1812 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia, at age 79.

Family

Jane Endle b. 24 Feb 1736
Marriage*He married Jane Endle on 6 December 1759 at Ashburton, Devon, England
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Jane Endle

F, #77971, b. 24 February 1736
     Her married name was Mortimer. Jane Endle was born on 24 February 1736 at Ashburton, Devon, England. She married Convict John Mortimer on 6 December 1759 at Ashburton, Devon, England.

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Convict John Mortimer b. 25 Feb 1733, d. 21 Nov 1812
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Last Edited13 Aug 2014

Elizabeth Mortimer

F, #77972, b. 12 May 1757, d. 21 October 1820
FatherConvict John Mortimer b. 25 Feb 1733, d. 21 Nov 1812
MotherJane Endle b. 24 Feb 1736
     Her married name was Westlake. Elizabeth Mortimer was born on 12 May 1757 at Throwleigh, Devon, England. She was baptized on 12 May 1757 at Hampstead, Devonshire, England. She was the daughter of Convict John Mortimer and Jane Endle. Elizabeth Mortimer married Convict Edward Westlake, son of Edward Westlake and Mary Reddaway, on 30 December 1779 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. Elizabeth Mortimer died on 21 October 1820 at Dunsford, Devonshire, England, at age 63.

Family

Convict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
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Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Convict Mary Cottle

F, #77975, b. 1753, d. 1816
     Her married name was Mortimer. Convict Mary Cottle was also known as Convict. She was born in 1753 at Somerset, England. She was circa 1789 at Somerset, Gloucestershire, England,convicted of stealing a hankerchief. She was sentenced to transportation. She arrived 3 June 1790 on the convict transport ship 'Lady Julianna' in Sydney After leaving Plymouth 309 days earlier - one of the longest trips. After departure every man on board took a partner from among the female convicts. She married Convict Noah Mortimer, son of Convict John Mortimer and Jane Endle, on 3 November 1801 at Norfolk Island. Convict Mary Cottle died in 1816 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She was buried in 1816 at St. David's Park, Macquarie Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Family

Convict Noah Mortimer b. 11 May 1761, d. 3 Jun 1846
Marriage*She married Convict Noah Mortimer, son of Convict John Mortimer and Jane Endle, on 3 November 1801 at Norfolk Island
Last Edited13 Aug 2014

Ann Geary

F, #77976, d. 9 October 1828
     Her married name was Mortimer. Ann Geary married Convict Noah Mortimer, son of Convict John Mortimer and Jane Endle, in 1824 at Big Lagoon, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. Ann Geary died on 9 October 1828 at Big Lagoon, Tasmania, Australia.

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Convict Noah Mortimer b. 11 May 1761, d. 3 Jun 1846
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Last Edited13 Aug 2014

Thomas Mortimore

M, #77977, b. 1782
FatherConvict Noah Mortimer b. 11 May 1761, d. 3 Jun 1846
MotherAnn Geary d. 9 Oct 1828
     Thomas Mortimore was born in 1782 at England. He was the son of Convict Noah Mortimer and Ann Geary.
Last Edited13 Aug 2014

James Mortimore

M, #77978, b. 1784, d. 1866
FatherConvict Noah Mortimer b. 11 May 1761, d. 3 Jun 1846
MotherAnn Geary d. 9 Oct 1828
     James Mortimore was born in 1784 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He was the son of Convict Noah Mortimer and Ann Geary. James Mortimore died in 1866 at Exeter, Devonshire, England.
Last Edited13 Aug 2014

Thomas Westlake

M, #77979, b. 1652, d. 1685
     Thomas Westlake lived at St Marychurch, Torquay, Devonshire, England. He was born in 1652 at Kingsteighton, Devon, England. He died in 1685 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. He was buried in 1865 at Crediton, Devonshire, England.

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Edward Westlake

M, #77981, b. December 1702
FatherThomas Westlake b. 1652, d. 1685
     Edward Westlake was born in December 1702. He was the son of Thomas Westlake. Edward Westlake married Mary Reddaway on 3 February 1744 at Belstone, Devon, England.

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Mary Reddaway b. 1 Feb 1718
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Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Mary Reddaway

F, #77982, b. 1 February 1718
     Her married name was Westlake. Mary Reddaway was born on 1 February 1718 at Hatherleigh, Devonshire, England. She married Edward Westlake, son of Thomas Westlake, on 3 February 1744 at Belstone, Devon, England.

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Edward Westlake b. Dec 1702
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Last Edited14 Aug 2014

John Westlake

M, #77986, b. 1780, d. 1850
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherElizabeth Mortimer b. 12 May 1757, d. 21 Oct 1820
     John Westlake was born in 1780 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Elizabeth Mortimer. John Westlake married Elizabeth Darby in 1794 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. John Westlake lived in 1841 at St Maurice, Plympton, Devon, England. He died in 1850 at Crediton, Devonshire, England.

Family

Elizabeth Darby b. 1771, d. Jan 1842
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Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Elizabeth Darby

F, #77987, b. 1771, d. January 1842
     Her married name was Westlake. Elizabeth Darby was born in 1771 at Devon, England, Michael Flynn in his book 'The Second Fleet' has an entry forElizabeth Wood the daughter of Elizabeth Ann Wood :.

'Elizabeth Wood was the daughter of Elizabeth (q.v.), the wife of JohnWood, who was sentenced to seven years transportation at the September1789 Old Bailey Sessions and had sailed for the colony on the'Neptune'.
Elizabeth senior was discharged from from Newgate Prison and embarkedon the 'Neptune' transport on 11 September 1789. The first tracedrecord of her child Elizabeth appears when she was embarked with hermother on the 'Surprize' transport at Sydney Cove in August 1790. Theywere among 194 mostly female convicts and a few children sent toNorfolk Island on the ship, arriving a week later. It is possible thatElizabeth had been born since her mother had landed from the 'Neptune'five weeks before, but it seems more likely that she had been born onthe voyage or in England. When her mother and an accomplice had beenarrested in the shop they were accused of robbing they were carrying asmall child, which may well have been this Elizabeth. She appears tohave sailed for Hobart, VDL with her mother and family in 1808.'.

'Elizabeth Wood.
Elizabeth Wood was tried at the Old Bailey on September 9, 1789,convicted and sentenced to transportation for seven years.
She was charged with stealing a pair of silk stockings and a pair ofcotton stockings. Charged with her was Sarah Conjuit, who, thoughaccording to the report she was found guilty and similarly sentenced,does not appear to have been transported to NSW.
Elizabeth Wood was described as the wife of John Wood.
Sarah Conjuit had a child in her arms and it appears from the reportthat the child belonged to Elizabeth Wood, and was probably the youngElizabeth Wood who arrived in NSW with her mother.
The theft took place in the premises of Isaac Garner, who said inevidence that he lived at Shoreditch Turnpike. A directory of the timeshows Isaac Garner, Hosier of 78 Shoreditch. Elizabeth Wood said shehad gone to buy her husband some stockings, and had asked for amottled pair of stockings with clocks. Mrs Garner said she been askedfor ribbed cotton stockings, and when she had shown some they saidthey did not like the rib.
Sarah Conjuit said that the child picked up some silk stockings, andshe gave them back, but Mrs Garner had accused them of stealing them.A Constable was sent for, found som pawnbroker's duplicates for pawnedstockings upon them and they were charged.
A woman giving evidence of Sarah Conjuit's character said she hadknown her from a baby. 'Her parents are very honest, industrious goodpeople, and her poor mother lies almost dead in the yard now. She hasbeen a girl on the town, unfortunate, but nothing else.
Elizabeth Wood was tried by Mr Justice Wilson and a Middlesex jury.'.
She married John Westlake, son of Convict Edward Westlake and Elizabeth Mortimer, in 1794 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. Elizabeth Darby lived in 1841 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. She died in January 1842 at Crediton, Devonshire, England.

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John Westlake b. 1780, d. 1850
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Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Edward Westlake

M, #77988, b. 29 February 1784, d. 1788
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherElizabeth Mortimer b. 12 May 1757, d. 21 Oct 1820
     Edward Westlake was born on 29 February 1784 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Elizabeth Mortimer. Edward Westlake died in 1788 at Beer, Devon, England.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Thomas Westlake

M, #77989, b. 11 December 1785, d. 30 November 1863
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherElizabeth Mortimer b. 12 May 1757, d. 21 Oct 1820
     Thomas Westlake was born on 11 December 1785 at Chagford, Devonshire, England. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Elizabeth Mortimer. Thomas Westlake died on 30 November 1863 at Seaton, Devon, England, at age 77.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Samuel Westlake

M, #77990, b. 10 March 1792, d. 1871
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherConvict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
     Samuel Westlake arrived an unknown date New South Wales, Australia. He was born on 10 March 1792 at Norfolk Island. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams. Samuel Westlake lived on 22 June 1818. He died in 1871.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Stephanie Ann Westlake

F, #77993, b. 1796, d. 5 October 1882
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherConvict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
     Stephanie Ann Westlake was born in 1796 at Norfolk Island. She was the daughter of Convict Edward Westlake and Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams. Stephanie Ann Westlake died on 5 October 1882 at Tasmania, Australia.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Richard Westlake

M, #77995, b. 1800, d. 1881
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherConvict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
     Richard Westlake arrived an unknown date New South Wales, Australia. He lived at Australia. He was born in 1800 at Norfolk Island. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams. Richard Westlake died in 1881 at New South Wales, Australia.
Last Edited15 Aug 2014

George Westlake

M, #77996, b. 22 May 1802, d. 24 October 1814
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherConvict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
     George Westlake was born on 22 May 1802 at Norfolk Island. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams. George Westlake died on 24 October 1814 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia, at age 12.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Charles Westlake

M, #77997, b. 1804, d. 1 June 1877
FatherConvict Edward Westlake b. 28 Dec 1752, d. 8 Nov 1828
MotherConvict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
     Charles Westlake was born in 1804 at Norfolk Island. He was the son of Convict Edward Westlake and Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams. Charles Westlake lived on 31 May 1877 at Brickfields Pauper Establishment, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; Had been an inmate. He died on 1 June 1877 at Tasmania, Australia. He was buried circa 3 June 1877 at Cornelian Bay Cemetery, Tasmania, Australia, in the Paupers Section.
Last Edited17 May 2015

Sarah Westlake

F, #77998, b. 10 April 1796, d. 22 December 1879
FatherJohn Westlake b. 1780, d. 1850
MotherElizabeth Darby b. 1771, d. Jan 1842
     Sarah Westlake was born on 10 April 1796 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. She was the daughter of John Westlake and Elizabeth Darby. Sarah Westlake died on 22 December 1879 at Crediton, Devonshire, England, at age 83.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Thomas Westlake

M, #77999, b. 1798, d. December 1869
FatherJohn Westlake b. 1780, d. 1850
MotherElizabeth Darby b. 1771, d. Jan 1842
     Thomas Westlake was born in 1798 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. He was the son of John Westlake and Elizabeth Darby. Thomas Westlake lived in 1861 at Stoke Cannon, Devon, England. He died in December 1869 at Stoke Canon, Devon, England.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Elizabeth Westlake

F, #78000, b. 1803
FatherJohn Westlake b. 1780, d. 1850
MotherElizabeth Darby b. 1771, d. Jan 1842
     Elizabeth Westlake was born in 1803 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. She was the daughter of John Westlake and Elizabeth Darby.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Ann Westlake

M, #78001, b. 1805
FatherJohn Westlake b. 1780, d. 1850
MotherElizabeth Darby b. 1771, d. Jan 1842
     Ann Westlake was born in 1805 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. He was the son of John Westlake and Elizabeth Darby.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

William Westlake

M, #78002, b. 1808
FatherJohn Westlake b. 1780, d. 1850
MotherElizabeth Darby b. 1771, d. Jan 1842
     William Westlake was born in 1808 at Crediton, Devonshire, England. He was the son of John Westlake and Elizabeth Darby.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

John Wood

M, #78004, b. 16 May 1749
     John Wood was born on 16 May 1749 at St Botolph Aldgate, London, England. He married Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams on 13 August 1769 at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, London, England.

Family

Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
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Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Elizabeth Ann Wood

F, #78005, b. 13 October 1787, d. 18 August 1824
FatherJohn Wood b. 16 May 1749
MotherConvict Elizabeth Ann Adams b. 14 Mar 1753, d. 19 Nov 1808
     Elizabeth Ann Wood was born on 13 October 1787 at St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, England. She was the daughter of John Wood and Convict Elizabeth Ann Adams. Elizabeth Ann Wood died on 18 August 1824 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia, at age 36.
Last Edited14 Aug 2014

Elizabeth Marshall

F, #78007, b. 1755, d. 26 September 1793
     Elizabeth Marshall lived at England. Her married name was Akers. She was born in 1755 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England. She was baptized on 30 May 1755 at Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England. She married John Akers, son of Samuel Akers and Ann Bladon, on 21 October 1776 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England. Elizabeth Marshall died on 26 September 1793 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England.

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John Akers b. 26 Dec 1751
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Last Edited15 Aug 2014

Sarah Akers

F, #78008, b. 1 April 1782, d. 16 August 1851
FatherJohn Akers b. 26 Dec 1751
MotherElizabeth Marshall b. 1755, d. 26 Sep 1793
     Her married name was Whitby. Sarah Akers was born on 1 April 1782 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England. She was christened on 1 April 1782 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England. She was the daughter of John Akers and Elizabeth Marshall. Sarah Akers married Edward Whitby on 24 May 1804 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England. Sarah Akers lived in 1851 at Sutton Bonington, Leicestershire, England. She died on 16 August 1851 at Sutton Bonington, Nottingham, England, at age 69. She was buried on 19 August 1851 at St. Anne, Sutton Bonington, Nottingham, England.

Family

Edward Whitby b. 3 Nov 1782, d. 7 Jan 1866
Marriage*She married Edward Whitby on 24 May 1804 at Kegworth, Leicestershire, England. 
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Last Edited15 Aug 2014