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Henry Woodward of Hill

WOODWARD FAMILY

 

Henry Woodward (1795-1873) and Joanna Allen (1791-1833)

Yeoman of Hill

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 Sarah Woodward (1833-1880) and Thomas Smith (1830c-1884)

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 Ellen Smith and Henry Terrett

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William Edward Terrett and Grace Margaret Eley

 


 

 

 HENRY WOODWARD, Great III Grandfather of Richard Barton

 Husband of Joanna Allen

Father of Sarah Smith

Also Father of Henry, Samuel, Hannah Eatwell and Thomas

Also Husband of Catherine Careless

Also Father of Anne Phillips, Eliza, Mary Haviland and Elizabeth Flowers

Henry Woodward was born in about 1795 in Bristol.

On 15th June 1822 he married Joanna Allen at Hill and the witnesses were John and Hester Newth.

On 24th September 1833, his wife, Joanna, died, aged forty-two years leaving him a widower with their baby, Sarah, and other older children. Henry and Joanna had at least five children between 1823 and 1833 all of whom were baptised at Hill. From 1823 until 1833 Henry was described as a labourer.

On 4th July 1836 Henry Woodward married Catherine Careless at Hill. She was born in about 1806 at Cromhall. He was described as a Widower of Hill and she was a Spinster of Thornbury. The witnesses were John Wade, Hannah Careless and G.C. Jenner.

Henry and Catherine Woodward had four daughters, the eldest was baptised at Hill in 1837 and the others were born between 1840 and 1845 according to the census returns. In 1837 Henry was described as a Yeoman, and from 1839 to 1845 as a Farmer of Hill.

He is recorded in all of the census returns from 1841 until 1861. In the first one of 1841 he was described as a thirty-five-year-old Farmer of Hill. His wife Catherine was the same age and with them were Sarah, aged eleven, Ann aged four and Eliza aged two years. All were born in Gloucestershire.

In the 1851 census he was described as farming 4 acres. He was forty-six-years-old, a yeoman, supposedly born in Bristol. His wife Catherine was forty-five-years-old and born in Cromhall. Their three children were born in Hill. Eliza was aged eleven years; Mary aged nine years and Elizabeth aged six years.

In the 1861 census return for Hill Henry was described as fifty-six-years-old and born in Bristol, Gloucestershire. His wife Catherine was fifty-five-years-old and born at Cromhall. His daughter Eliza was twenty-years-old and born in Hill. With them was their twelve-year-old grandson, Henry Eatwell who was born in Hogh Pen, Wiltshire.

In the 1871 Henry Woodward was a Farmer of Hill village with six closes (between the Vicarage and a farm). He was employing a man. He was described as a seventy-eight-year-old farmer who had been blind for two years, and his place of birth was given as Bristol in Somerset. Catherine was aged sixty-six-years and born in Cromhall. With them was their grand-daughter, Eliza Phillips, who was aged twelve years and born in Rockhampton. Also resident were John Screen, a fourteen-year-old servant who was born in Rockhampton and James Collins a boarder and labourer, aged twenty years and born in Alveston.

Henry died on 11th April 1873 at Hill. He was described on the death certificate as a seventy-eight-year-old Farmer. The cause of death was given as ‘Decay of Nature’ Certified. Henry Codrington, Registrar, registered the death on 14th April and the informant was Ann Baker of Hill who was present at the death. At the time of the 1871 census an Ann Baker was the wife of the neighbouring Farmer.

Henry Woodward was buried at Hill on 16th April 1878, aged seventy-eight-years.

In 1881 his widow, Catherine Woodward, was living at Churchend, Slimbridge, with her daughter Mary. Catherine was described as a seventy-six-year-old Widow, born in Cromhall. James Haviland was a forty-five-year-old shepherd born in Slimbridge and Mary was a thirty-nine-year-old woman born at Hill.

Catharine (sic) Woodward died on 25th March 1890, aged eighty-five-years, at Slimbridge. She was described on her death certificate as the ‘Wife of Henry Woodward, Farm Labourer’. The cause of death was given as ‘Old Age’. George Leonard, Registrar, registered the death on 28th March 1890 and the informant was her daughter, Mary Haviland of Slimbridge, who was present at the death.

Catherine was buried at Slimbridge where there is a gravestone (B39).

‘In Loving Memory of Catherine Woodward who died March 25th 1890 aged eighty-five-years. “I know that my Redeemer liveth”

 Letter from Judith and Andrew Sayers 22nd July 2004:

 Re plan of Hill churchyard at GRO: ‘A grave between Thomas Allen the Mariner and his parents is marked S. Woodward, and is smaller, so could be a child, (Samuel?), and another next to it is V. Allen, possibly Virtue, wife of Joseph, son of Thomas and Sarah. H. Woodward is a little way along from Joanna. The plan was made in the early 1900s we think, and is in a book giving a little history of the church, written by the vicar at the time. No dates re the names.’

Email from Judith Sayers 7th August 2012:

One theory is that Thomas and Sarah were farming the farm opposite the church at Hill, and when daughter Joanna married Henry Woodward he took over the running of the farm and the tenancy when they died. On the tithe map Henry is farming a lot of land in that area. But it does  not explain the links to Oldbury, where the son Thomas was a mariner, and owned property there.


 JOANNA WOODWARD, Great III Grandmother of Richard Barton

 Daughter of Thomas Allen and Sarah (nee Shipway)

Wife of Henry Woodward

Mother of Sarah Smith

Also Mother of Samuel, Hannah and Thomas

Also Mother of James Allen

Joanna Allen was baptised on 1st May 1791 at the village church in Hill. She was the youngest daughter of Thomas and Sarah Allen. In 1818, whilst working as a servant she had a natural son, James Allen, and he was baptised at Hill on 10th May 1818.

On 15th June 1822 she married Henry Woodward at Hill. Both were of Hill and the witnesses were John and Hester Neeth.

Henry and Joanna had five children four, of whom were baptised at Hill between 1825 and 1833.

Joanna died on 24th September 1833, aged forty-two-years. She was buried at Hill on 27th September and a monument was raised up in her memory.


The natural son of Joanna Woodward was a Great III Uncle and half brother of Sarah Smith, Great II Grandmother:

 

JAMES ALLEN, Great III Uncle of Richard Barton

 

James Allen was baptised on 10th May 1818 at Hill. His mother was described as a single woman of Hill.

James Allen married Mary Sharp at Thornbury on 16th December 1847. He was described as a Bachelor of full age, a Sailor of Oldbury. His bride was a Spinster of full age, of Oldbury, the daughter of Joseph Sharp, Labourer. The witnesses were Frederick White and Rachel Allen.

A Mary Sharp was born on 24th June 1798, daughter of Joseph and Isabella Allen and was baptised on 8th July 1798 at Oldbury. Her mother Isabella was buried at Oldbury on 30th November 1808 aged forty-three-years.

In the 1851 census return there is a James Allen at Oldbury-on-Severn listed as a cider house keeper. He was described as aged thirty-one-years and born in Hill. His wife, Mary, was aged fifty years and born in Oldbury. Living with them was a mariner, eighteen-year-old Mark Sharp who was born in Oldbury.

In the 1861 census return James Allen was in Oldbury and described as a forty-year-old jobber, engaged in fishing and in discharging a coal sloop. He was born at Hill. His sixty-year-old wife was born in Thornbury.

He may have been the James Allen of Oldbury who was buried on 4th July 1865 at Oldbury-on-Severn at the age of forty-eight-years.


The five children of Henry and Joanna Woodward were Great Aunts and Uncles:

HENRY WOODWARD, Great III Uncle of Richard Barton

 

Henry Woodward was baptised on 8th June 1823 at Hill. In the 1841 census he was probably working as an agricultural labourer at Dairy House Farm with his brother Samuel. He was described as twenty-years-old and his brother fifteen. Another Henry Woodward was labouring at another farm in Hill at the same time. He was aged fifteen years.

He married his cousin Hannah Allen in Bristol during the second quarter of 1848, possibly at the same time as his sister Hannah, and had three children, Caroline who was born at Rockhampton in about 1850, Samuel who was born in about 1852 and Sarah in about 1854.

In the 1851 census return a Henry Woodward was an agricultural labourer living on Rockhampton Green. He was described as aged twenty-seven years and born in Thornbury. His wife Hannah, was aged thirty-one years and born in Thornbury. Their eldest child, Caroline, was aged one year and born in Rockhampton.

In the 1861 census Henry was described as an agricultural labourer of Ground House, Hill. He was them aged thirty-seven-years and born at Hill. His wife Hannah was aged forty-one-years and born in Thornbury. With them were their children Caroline aged eleven born in Rockhampton; Samuel aged nine and born in Rockhampton and Joanah aged seven and born in Rockhampton.

In the 1871 census return for Stone Henry was described as a forty-nine-year-old agricultural labourer born in Hill. His wife Hannah was fifty-two-years-old and born in Thornbury. A visitor was Sarah Shipton who was twenty-eight and born in   Berkeley.

In 1881 Henry was at Hill. He was described as a fifty-eight-year-old agricultural labourer born at Hill and Hannah was sixty-one-years-old and born in Thornbury.

In 1891 Henry and Hannah were staying with their daughter, Caroline, and her family at Stone. Henry was a sixty-one-year-old father-in-law born in Hill and Hannah, his wife, was aged seventy-one-years and born at Shepherdine.

In 1901 Henry was a seventy-seven-year-old widower living at Miss Wetmore’s first cottage at Stone, situated next to the Tudor Villa. He was living off parochial relief and again his place of birth was given as Hill. His daughter Caroline was living next door.

Hannah Woodward, the wife of Henry Woodward, was buried on 25th March 1899 at Stone, aged seventy-nine-years. They were then living at Falfield Road, Stone.

A Henry Woodward died in 1906, aged eighty-two-years, during 1906 within the Thornbury Registration District.


 

SAMUEL WOODWARD, Great III Uncle of Richard Barton

 

Samuel Woodward was baptised on 30th January 1825 at Hill. In the 1841 census return he was working as an agricultural labourer at Dairy House Farm, Hill, probably with his brother Henry. Samuel was aged fifteen and his brother aged twenty.

Letter from Judith and Andrew Sayers 22nd July 2004:

 

Re plan of Hill churchyard at GRO: ‘A grave between Thomas Allen the Mariner and his parents is marked S. Woodward, and is smaller, so could be a child, (Samuel?), and another next to it is V. Allen, possibly Virtue, wife of Joseph, son of Thomas and Sarah. H. Woodward is a little way along from Joanna. The plan was made in the early 1900s we think, and is in a book giving a little history of the church, written by the vicar at the time. No dates re the names.’


HANNAH EATWELL, Great III Aunt of Richard Barton

 

Hannah Woodward was baptised on 10th December 1826 at Hill. She married Edward Eatwell in Bristol during the second quarter of 1848 possibly at the same time as her brother Henry. In the 1851 census return for Cherhill in Wiltshire we find her and her family. Edward Eatwell was a twenty-seven-year-old Agricultural Labourer born in Compton Bassett, Wiltshire. Hannah was twenty-four-years-old and born at Hill. Their son Henry was aged two years and born in Cherhill. Hannah and Edward do not seem to appear in later census returns.


THOMAS WOODWARD, Great III Uncle of Richard Barton

 

Thomas Woodward was baptised on 4th May 1828 at Hill. In the 1841 census there was a twelve-year-old Thomas Woodward working as an agricultural labourer for Mr. Wetmore at Hill.

On 31st March 1850 Thomas Woodward married Eliza Woodward at Stone. Thomas was described as a Labourer of Stone, the son of Henry Woodward, a Labourer. Eliza was described as a spinster of Stone, the daughter of Isaac Woodward, a Labourer. The witnesses were David and Hannah Powell.

The 1851 census return lists a Thomas Woodward at Lower Stone. He was described as an agricultural labourer, aged twenty-three-years and born in Hill. His wife, Eliza, was aged twenty-two and born in Cam. His daughter, Sarah, was born in Stinchcombe and she was aged seven months on the night of the census. They may have had seven children. Sarah was born in Stinchcombe in about 1851 whilst Ann was born at Berkeley in 1853, as were Enoch in 1854, Samuel in 1856, Thomas in 1858 and Elizabeth in 1859.

From 1852 until 1856 Thomas and Eliza were described in the baptismal register for Stone as living at Lower Stone with their family and from 1858 to 1863 as simply Stone.

In the 1861 census they were living at Stone. Thomas was described as a thirty-two-year-old agricultural labourer born in Hill. His thirty-two-year-old wife, Eliza, was born at Cam. Their children were Sarah, aged ten, born in Stinchcombe; Ann aged eight, born in Berkeley, a scholar; Enoch aged seven, born in Berkeley; Samuel aged five and born in Berkeley; Thomas aged three and born in Berkeley and Elizabeth aged two years and born in Berkeley.

In 1871 Thomas was still at Stone. He was described as forty-years-old Labourer and born in Hill. Eliza was aged thirty-eight, a labourer’s wife, born in Dursley. Their children included Elizabeth a twelve-year-old scholar born in Berkeley and Emma an eight-year-old scholar, born in Berkeley. I could not find Thomas and Eliza in 1881.

A Thomas Woodward was buried at Stone on 25th June 1879, aged forty-nine-years. He was described as of Bevington, Berkeley.


 

The children of Henry Woodward and his Second Wife, Catherine Careless, were Great III Aunts and half brothers and sisters of Sarah Smith, Great II Grandmother:

 

ANNE PHILLIPS, Great III Aunt of Richard Barton

 

Anne Woodward was baptised on 30th April 1837 at Hill. In 1841 she was at home and aged four. In 1851 she was a servant of Farmer Hewitt of Hill and was then aged 13 years.

On 2nd May 1855 she married John Phillips at Hill. He was described as a twenty-four-year-old Labourer of Hill, son of John Phillips, a Labourer, and she was the eighteen-year-old daughter of Henry Woodward, a Farmer, and also of Hill. The witnesses were Robert and Frances Millard. In 1851 twenty-one-year-old John was employed by the Day Family as a farm labourer at Day House Farm, Hill.

From 1856 until 1858 they were living at Hill and in 1861 the Hill baptism register described John Phillips as a Labourer of Morton, Thornbury.

In 1861 she was the wife of John Phillips and living at Morton Lane, Thornbury. He was described as a thirty-year-old Agricultural Labourer born in Rockhampton. Ann, his wife, was aged twenty years and born in Hill. Their children were listed in the census return as Maryann aged five years and born in Rockhampton; Eliza aged three years and born in Rockhampton and John aged three months and born in Thornbury.

In 1871 John and Ann were living at Woodside, Woolaston. He was described as a forty-year-old Labourer born in Rockhampton and Ann as aged thirty-five-years and born at Hill. With them was their son John who was aged ten years and born at Morton.

In 1881 John and Ann were still at Woodside, Woolaston. He was a fifty-two-year-old General Labourer born at Thornbury and his wife was aged forty-three-years and born at Hill. Their children included John, a twenty-year-old farmer of ten acres born in Thornbury and Eliza  a twenty-three-year-old dressmaker born at Rockhampton.

In 1891 John, a sixty-four-year-old native of Thornbury, was farming Glebe Farm, Alvington. Living with him were his fifty-four-year-old wife Ann born at Hill; Eliza a thirty-three-year-old dressmaker born at Hill and John a thirty-year-old farmer’s son born at Morton. With them were their four grandchildren Frederick aged ten, Charlotte aged nine, Annie aged eight and Mary Jenkins aged seven. All four were born in Gunnislake, Cornwall. Louisa Allsop, a visitor, aged thirteen was staying too.

In 1901 John Phillips was a seventy-two-year-old farmer of Rodmore Farm, St Briavels who was born at Hill. His wife Ann was aged sixty-four-years and with them were Eliza aged forty-two-years and John , a farmer’s son, aged forty-years. All of them were born at Hill. With them were four grandchildren, namely Frederick Jenkins aged twenty-years; Charlotte aged nineteen-years; Annie aged eighteen-years and Mary aged seventeen-years. All were born in Gumminlake (sp?) in Cornwall.

 


ELIZA WOODWARD, Great III Aunt of Richard Barton

 

Eliza Woodward was baptised on 1st September 1839 at Hill. In 1841 she was at home and described as two-years-old. . In the 1851 census Eliza was at home, aged eleven years, and born at Hill; Mary aged nine years and Elizabeth aged six years.

She was at home aged twenty years at the time of the 1861 census.

An Eliza Woodward, aged twenty-five-years, was buried at Hill on 4th September 1864. She was living at the Lunatic Asylum, Gloucester.


MARY HAVILAND, Great III Aunt of Richard Barton

 

Mary Woodward was baptised on 10th October 1841 at Hill. In the 1851 census Mary was at home, aged nine years, and born at Hill. In 1861 she was a nineteen-year-old House Servant employed by Enoch Woodward, a Retired Butcher of Stone. Mary’s place of birth was given as Hill.

During the second quarter of 1866 she married James Haviland within the Dursley Registration District. In 1851 James Haviland was a sixteen-year-old son of James Haviland, an Inn Keeper of Churchend, Slimbridge. James’ brother Alfred was then only thirteen-years-old.

In 1871 James and Mary were living at the Patch Inn, Shepherd’s Patch, Slimbridge, with Alfred Haviland, James’s younger brother. Alfred was described as a thirty-three-year-old Inn Keeper, born at Slimbridge. James was a thirty-five-year-old Agricultural Labourer, born in Slimbridge. Mary was aged twenty-nine-years and again shown as born in Slimbridge.

In 1881 James and Mary were living at Churchend, Slimbridge, in the house to the west of the Forge. James was described as a forty-five-year-old Shepherd, born in Slimbridge and Mary was a thirty-nine-year-old woman born at Hill. Living with them was Mary’s mother, Catherine Woodward, a seventy-six-year-old Widow, born at Cromhall.

Her mother, Catharine (sic) Woodward, died on 25th March 1890, aged eighty-five-years, at Slimbridge. She was described on her death certificate as the ‘Wife of Henry Woodward, Farm Labourer’. The cause of death was given as ‘Old Age’. George Leonard, Registrar, registered the death on 28th March 1890 and the informant was her daughter, Mary Haviland of Slimbridge, who was present at the death.

In 1891 James and Mary Haviland were living in the lane by the Patch Hotel at Slimbridge. James was described as a fifty-five-year-old Shepherd born at Slimbridge. Mary was aged forty-nine-years and born at Hill.

In 1901 James and Mary were still at the Patch. James was described as aged sixty-year-old Farmer and Mary aged fifty-five-years was born at Hill.

James may have died in the first quarter of 1910 aged seventy-five-years in the Stroud Registration District.


ELIZABETH FLOWERS, Great III Aunt of Richard Barton

 

Elizabeth Woodward was baptised on 4th May 1846 at Hill. In the 1851 census Elizabeth was at home, aged six years, and born at Hill.

On 30th November 1876 Elizabeth married John Flowers at Hill. He was described as a twenty-year-old Labourer of Hill, son of John Flowers, a Shepherd. She was described as a thirty-one-year-old Dressmaker of Hill, daughter of Henry Woodward, Farmer. The witnesses were George Hughes and Sarah Harris.

In 1881 we find the couple living at 1 New John Street, Bedminster. John Flowers was described as a twenty-three-year-old Police Constable, born at Filton. Elizabeth was aged thirty years and born at Hill. Their son, John H. Flowers, was aged three months and born in Bedminster.

In 1891 the family had moved to 12 Clark Street, Bedminster. John was described as a thirty-one-year-old Police Constable, born at Filton. Elizabeth was aged thirty-six-years and born in Hill. John H. Flowers was a nine-year-old scholar, born in Bedminster.

In 1901 John and Elizabeth Flowers were living at 16 Church Road, Bedminster. John was a forty-three-year-old Police Sergeant; Elizabeth was a fifty-year-old woman born at Hill and John H. Flowers, their son, was aged twenty-years, born at Bedminster and working at Mickmingal (Sp?) Engineers as a Fitter.

 

 


SARAH SMITH, Great II Grandmother of Richard Barton

Daughter of Henry Woodward and Joanna (nee Allen)

Wife of Thomas Smith II

Mother of Ellen Jones

 Also Mother of Enoch, Charles, Alfred, Sarah Ann Harris, Augustus, Thyrza Newman, Edward, George, Joshua and Harry

 Sarah Woodward was baptised on 2nd June 1833 at Hill. She was the daughter of Henry Woodward and his wife Joanna Allen. Her mother died, aged forty-two years, when Sarah was only a few months old. Her father remarried and had further family.

In the 1841 census she was at home and described as eleven-years-old.

In the 1851 Census she is described as a General Servant, aged twenty years and born in Hill, living at the home of George Wetmore, a farmer of 340 acres with three labourers, at Hill. Also we find working on the farm on the night of the census Thomas Smith, a nineteen-year-old Farm Servant, and very likely her future husband. Another servant employed by the Wetmores was Ann Smith who was also born in Hill. Was she a sister or cousin of Thomas Smith?

Sarah Woodward married Thomas Smith at Bedminster Parish Church on 29th December 1851. At the time Sarah was only twenty-three-years-old and other details on the marriage certificate confirm that her father was Henry Woodward, a labourer. Sarah was unable to sign her name. Thomas Smith was described as twenty-two-years-old, a bachelor, and labourer living with his bride at Little Paradise. His father was given on the certificate as Thomas Smith, a Carpenter. Neither the bride nor the bridegroom was able to sign their names and the witnesses were recorded as Thomas and Lucy Smith. It is highly likely that this couple were his father and stepmother. They were living at 39 Milk Street, St Paul’s, Bristol, at the time of the 1851 census.

From these marriage details we can establish that Thomas Smith, Junior, was born in about 1829. Later census returns would indicate that the date could be as late as 1831.

Thomas and Sarah Smith had at least eleven children between 1852 and 1873 but little is known of what happened to some of them. Their son, George, who married his sister’s stepdaughter, was a merchant seaman. Joshua or Josiah fought in the Boer War whilst his older brothers, Enoch and Charles, were both labourers.

Their second son Charles Smith was baptised on 23rd July 1854 at Hill. His parents were described as Thomas and Sarah Smith of The Gully, Ham, Berkeley, and his father’s occupation was given as labourer.

 The 1861 Census records that Thomas and Sarah were living at Earthcott, near Alveston. He is described as a thirty-one-year-old, born in Thornbury, and working as an agricultural labourer. His wife was aged thirty years and born in Hill. Four of their children were born before the night of the census and from the return we can glean that the two eldest sons, Enoch, aged nine years and Charles, aged seven, were born at Hill whilst Alfred, aged four, and Sarah Ann, aged one year, were born at Alveston.

Kelly’s Directory for 1870 lists Thomas Smith as a beer retailer of Cromhall.

From the 1871 Census return we discover the family living at Weir Bridge, Cromhall. Thomas Smith, aged thirty-nine-years, was described as a Beer Shop Keeper and Dealer, and born in Thornbury. His wife Sarah was aged forty years and born in Hill. In this census the eldest son, Enoch, aged nineteen, was born in Henbury rather than Hill (1861 census). Charles was aged fourteen and born in Hill; Alfred aged thirteen was born in Alveston; Sarah aged eleven and born in Alveston; Ellen aged ten years and born in Alveston; Augustus was born in Alveston and aged five years; Thurza was aged four years and born in Alveston; Edwin was aged three years and born in Alveston. The youngest child, George Smith, in this census return was aged one year and born at Cromhall.

The register entry for the baptism of George Smith at Cromhall in March 1871 gives his father’s occupation as a beer-house-keeper. In those that followed in 1872 and 1873 he was described as a publican. . The birth certificate for Joshua who was born on 4th November 1871 records his father as a beer house keeper of Cromhall.

Sometime between 1874 and 1880 the family moved to Tower Hill, Tytherington. Here there was an established family of Smiths who had farmed there for generations. It is possible that they may have been distant cousins and the name Thurza occurs in their lineage. Sarah died at Tytherington and was buried there on 22nd December 1880 aged fifty-years.

Her death certificate reveals that Sarah Smith died on 16th December 1880 at Tytherington. She was fifty-years-old and the wife of Thomas Smith, a pig dealer. The cause of her death was Phthisis for one year – a cavity of the left lung and consolidation of the right and this was certified by Edward Roberson M.R.C.S.. Thomas Harney, Registrar registered the death on 18th December and the informant was her husband, Thomas Smith of Tytherington, who was in attendance at the time of the death and made his mark.


See The Allen Family of Hill

See Thomas Smith of Earthcott, Cromhall and Tytherington


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