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Family of Elizabeth ASHURST (51) & Solomon S. REDMON

83. Joseph H. REDMON. Born on July 1, 1855 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Joseph H. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on March 3, 1944; he was 88.
Paris Kentuckian Citizen, Tuesday, March 7, 1944: Joseph Redmon Dies At Home Of Son ---- Joseph Redmon, 88 years old, Bourbon county landowner and retired farmer, died Friday morning at the home of his son, Joe Penn Redmon, on the Ruddles Mills-Millersburg pike. He had been in failing health for about a year and had been seriously ill for the past three weeks.
Mr. Redmon was born July 1, 1855 in Bourbon county, the son of the late Sol and Elizabeth Ashurst Redmon. He was born and spent his entire life at the old Redmon home place on the Redmon pike until about two months ago when he went to live with his son, following the death of his daughter, Mrs. Bessie Robinson, who had resided with him. He was educated in Bourbon county schools and at the Yerkes private school. His wife, who before her marriage was Miss Lottie Penn, died a number of years ago.
In addition to his son, he is survived by two granddaughters, Mrs. Bruce Sharp, Sharpsburg, and Miss Margaret Redmon, Bourbon county, and a niece, Mrs. David Trapp, Cincinnati. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Hinton-Turner funeral home, with Rev. Rhodes Thompson, pastor of the Paris Christian church, officiating. Burial was in the Paris cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence Ashurst, Ed Traylor, Jason Redmon, Charles Layson, Garrett Jefferson, Horace Purdy and Dave Clark.
Joseph H. married Lottie J. PENN.
They had the following children:

i. Bessie. Born in September 1876. Bessie died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on December 31, 1944; she was 68.

Bessie married ROBINSON.

105 ii. Joe Penn (1876-1969)

Family of Mary Rebecca ASHURST (52) & Washington REDMON

84. Fannie REDMON. Born in 1854 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Fannie died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on November 6, 1911; she was 57.
Cynthiana News, January 30, 1873: In Paris yesterday at the Bourbon House, Robert Lair of this county to Miss Redmon of Bourbon County, daughter of Wash Redmon.
Fannie is listed with her father Washington in 1860, age 6, and in 1870, age 13; is not with him in 1880; and is with him again in 1900 as Fannie Stone, 37, with a birth date reported as Oct 1862.
Winchester Sun, Wednesday, November 8, 1911:
Paris, Ky.--Mrs. W. W. Shropshire left Lair Station on the L&N Railroad. Late Monday night she shot herself. She was born Miss Fannie Redman, daughter of the late Wash Redman, a prominent county farmer.
She was married three times: (1) Mr. Lair; (2) Mr. Newt Stone, brother of Mr. Kinzea Stone of Georgetown; and (3) Mr. William W. Shropshire to whom she had been married for five or six years survives. She had been in ill-health for some time. [copied from Early Kentucky Newspapers, Vol. 4]
On January 29, 1873 when Fannie was 19, she first married Robert William LAIR, son of John LAIR (1825->1882) & Emily REDMON (1820-1854), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1851. Robert William died in Harrison County, Kentucky in 1879; he was 28.
They had the following children:

106 i. John Muir (1876-1937)

107 ii. Redmon (1874-)
before 1900 when Fannie was 46, she second married Newt STONE.
about 1905 when Fannie was 51, she third married William W. SHROPSHIRE.
85. Sarah Beth “Sallie” REDMON. Born in 1866. Sarah Beth “Sallie” died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on November 29, 1947; she was 81.
On September 4, 1888 when Sarah Beth “Sallie” was 22, she married Castleman Nathaniel REDMON, son of Charles REDMON (1816-1883) & Elizabeth TRIMBLE (1835-). Born on August 13, 1861 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Castleman Nathaniel died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on February 14, 1942; he was 80.
1910 Bourbon Co census lists Castle Redmon, 48, with household of Maud, 64, sister; Anecks, 52, sister; John, 50, brother; Mary, 42, sister; and Henry, 40, brother--cannot yet identify Maud, Anecks and Henry.
Industrious, farsighted and capable, Castleman Nathaniel Redmon is classified with the leading agriculturists of Bourbon county, where he is widely and favorably known, belonging to a family that has been represented in this section of the state for more than a century and a quarter. He was born August 13, 1861, in the house in which he now lives, and his parents were Charles and Elizabeth (Trimble) Redmon.
Castleman N. Redmon was a pupil in the country schools of Bourbon county and afterward attended Colonel Edgar's Military Institute in Paris, Kentucky. He worked on the homestead, becoming familiar with the best methods of tilling the soil, and after his father's death took over the place, which he has since operated. He follows diversified farming and is constantly improving the property, which reflects h is progressive spirit and careful supervision. Mr. Redmon was married September 4, 1888, to Miss Sallie Redmon, a daughter of Washington and Rebecca (Ashurst) Redmon, of Bourbon county, and they have become the parents of two children. [Bodley, Vol. 4, p. 269]
Paris Kentuckian Citizen, Tuesday, February 17, 1942:

Funeral services for Castleman Nathan Redmon, 81, Bourbon county farmer who died Saturday at his home on the Redmon pike, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Hinton Turner funeral home with the Rev. Rhodes Thompson officiating. Burial followed at the Paris cemetery.

He was the son of the late Charles and Elizabeth Trimble Redmon. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sally B. Redmon; one son, Jason A. Redmon of Bourbon county; one daughter, Mrs. Clyde Calvert of Lexington, and five grandchildren. Pallbearers were Joe Penn Redmon, C. H. Redmon, H. H. Bames, Roy Galloway, Clarence Ashurst, Freeman Ashurst, C. S. Calvert Jr. and R. J. Calvert.
Notes for SARAH BELL"SALLIE" REDMON: Lexington Herald, Sunday, November 30, 1947: Paris, Ky., Nov. 29 (Special) ---- Mrs. Sallie B. Redmon, 81, died at 5:15 o'clock this afternoon at her home on the Redmon pike in this county after a two-week illness. She had been in failing health for three years. Mrs. Redmon, daughter of the late Washington and Rebecca Ashurst and widow of Cassell N. Redmon, was a member of the Paris Christian church and its societies.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Clyde Calvert, Lexington; a son, Jason Redmon, Bourbon county; two grandsons, J. S. Redmon, Jr., Cleveland, Ohio, and R. J. Redmon, Dayton, Ohio; and three granddaughters, Mrs. John Morgan, Martinsville, Va., and Catherine and Virginia Calvert, Lexington. Funeral services will be held at the Hinton-Turner funeral home here at 2 p.m. Monday, conducted by the Rev. Rhodes Thompson, pastor of the Paris Christian church, and interment will be in the Paris cemetery, The body is at the funeral home.
Sallie is buried in her father's plot in Paris Cemetery beside her husband Castleman and son Jason.
They had the following children:

108 i. Jason A. (1889-1978)

109 ii. Rebecca Catherine (1897-1983)

Family of Ann Mariah CLAY (54) & William Henry PIERCE

86. Mary Elizabeth PIERCE. Born on August 1, 1859 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
On July 18, 1876 when Mary Elizabeth was 16, she married Pierson Wilson COLLIER Jr., son of Pierson Wilson COLLIER Sr. & Amanda Fitzallen HUFFMAN, in Denton, Denton County, Texas. Born on January 11, 1843 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. John Michael.

ii. Matty Clay. Born on January 31, 1880. Matty Clay died in Denton, Denton County, Texas in November 1968; she was 88.

On December 12, 1907 when Matty Clay was 27, she married Lucas MOREMAN.

iii. Jennie Willis.

iv. Amanda Clinton. Born on August 5, 1891. Amanda Clinton died on November 11, 1892; she was 1.

v. Amanda Frances. Born on July 3, 1898 in Gainsville, Texas.

On December 26, 1926 when Amanda Frances was 28, she married William James WILSON, in Dallas, Texas.

87. Julia Lea PIERCE. Born on March 5, 1863 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
On November 2, 1884 when Julia Lea was 21, she married Cowan BISHOP, son of Joseph BISHOP & Elizabeth HADRICK, in Denton, Denton County, Texas. Born on December 9, 1855 in Lee County, Virginia. Cowan died on September 11, 1934; he was 78.
They had the following children:

i. Bessie Mae. Born on October 20, 1885.

On January 12, 1908 when Bessie Mae was 22, she married HERRING, in Krum, Texas.

ii. Walter Scott. Born on June 24, 1887. Walter Scott died in Krum, Texas in May 1957; he was 69.

iii. Pierson Willis. Born on July 26, 1889.

iv. Lena Pearl. Born on August 29, 1891. Lena Pearl died in Denton, Denton County, Texas in June 1968; she was 76.

On August 7, 1910 when Lena Pearl was 18, she married TRITT, in Ponder, Texas.

v. Katie. Born on May 10, 1894.

On July 18, 1915 when Katie was 21, she married SMITH, in Krum, Texas.

vi. Joseph. Born on January 8, 1898. Joseph died in Krum, Texas in May 1977; he was 79.

vii. Annie. Born on March 1, 1900.

On December 12, 1923 when Annie was 23, she married RICKRISH.

viii. Clay. Born on March 1, 1906. Resided in Ft. Worth, Texas.
88. Annie Laura PIERCE. Born on April 19, 1865 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Annie Laura died on February 23, 1904; she was 38.
Annie Laura married David Washington MULKEY. Born on August 29, 1862 in Georgia. David Washington died in 1928; he was 65. Resided in Denton, Denton County, Texas.
They had the following children:

i. Anna Elizabeth. Resided in Denton, Denton County, Texas.

Anna Elizabeth married George GODI, son of Henry GODI & Lithele Elizabeth WILSON.

ii. Beulah. Resided in Gilpin, Texas.

Beulah married Ed DURHAM.

iii. Charles Clay. Charles Clay died on September 13, 1911.

iv. Frank Pierce. Frank Pierce died on June 2, 1934.

v. Mary Eveline. Resided in Denton, Denton County, Texas.

Mary Eveline married Enoch Thomas TRICE.

vi. Lila. Resided in Clarendon, Texas.

Lila married Tom ROBERTS.

vii. Julia Lee.

89. Franklin Bedford PIERCE. Born on July 20, 1867 in Springfield, Illinois. Franklin Bedford died on October 27, 1942; he was 75. Buried in Denton, Denton County, Texas.
On February 17, 1889 when Franklin Bedford was 21, he married Lilla SULLIVAN, daughter of Charles Clem SULLIVAN & Margaret GREEN, in Denton, Denton County, Texas. Born on February 24, 1872 in Denton, Denton County, Texas.
They had the following children:

i. Clem Sullivan.

ii. Ella.

iii. Franklin Benjamin. Born on October 22, 1900.

On August 20, 1922 when Franklin Benjamin was 21, he married Hilda Marie KAY, daughter of Walter Lee KAY & Annie Pearl HAMMOND, in Denton, Denton County, Texas.
90. John PIERCE. Born on February 8, 1877 in Denton, Denton County, Texas. John died in Denton County, Texas on April 1, 1933; he was 56.
On January 11, 1903 when John was 25, he married Josie Alexine McMATH, in Denton, Denton County, Texas. Born on April 18, 1881.
They had the following children:

i. William Seals. Born on December 3, 1903. Resided in Ft. Worth, Texas.

ii. Colleen Rochelle. Born on August 6, 1906 in Denton County, Texas.

Colleen Rochelle married T. D. DABNEY.

iii. Wilford Ernest. Born on January 26, 1908 in Denton County, Texas.

iv. Ruth Randolph. Born on October 26, 1912. Ruth Randolph died in Ft. Worth, Texas in October 1975; she was 62. Resided in Kilgore, Texas.

Ruth Randolph married James T. MARRS.

Family of Mattie EDWARDS (65) & Walter CLARK

91. Walter Ray CLARK.
Walter Ray married Fannie Louise RION, daughter of Joseph M. RION & Queenie Victoria HOUSTON (1855-).
They had one child:

i. Rene Houston.

Family of Ariabelle F. TALBOTT (68) & Warren A. BACON

92. Sallie BACON. Born on November 2, 1853 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Sallie died in 1878; she was 24.
On April 18, 1873 when Sallie was 19, she married William P. HUME, son of David J. HUME (1824-1904) & Martha Ann TALBOTT (1828-1894), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on January 4, 1850 in Centerville Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William P. died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on October 12, 1922; he was 72. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
W. P. HUME, [38] farmer ; P. O. Paris; born in Centerville Precinct, Jan. 4, 1831; son of David J. Hume and Mary Talbott; he was brought up on a farm and raised to farming pursuits; April 18, 1873, he married Sallie Bacon, born near Paris, Nov. 2, 1853, daughter of W. A. Bacon and Belle Talbott; wife died 1878, leaving two children: David P. and Sallie L.; March 17, 1880, he married Sue Gass, born in this precinct, daughter of Morris Gass and Marry Goodman; 1873, he located on his farm, consisting of 243 acres, which he farms; raising good stock; is a member of the A. F. A. M.
They had the following children:

110 i. Sallie (1873-1943)

111 ii. David P. (1874-1943)

Family of Annie Eliza TALBOTT (69) & James Thomas HAGAN

93. Leslie Vernon HAGAN Sr. Born on November 30, 1867. Leslie Vernon died on April 7, 1956; he was 88. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
On November 30, 1910 when Leslie Vernon was 43, he married Ellen Frances REYNOLDS. Born about 1876.
They had one child:

i. Leslie Vernon. Born on December 30, 1918. Leslie Vernon died on July 29, 1953; he was 34. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

Leslie Vernon married Mary Elizabeth THATCHER. Born on January 7, 1917 in Alexandria, Campbell County, Kentucky.
94. William Kelly HAGAN.
William Kelly married Etta BEAN.
They had one child:

112 i. Flourney Garth (1896-)

Family of Elizabeth SCHOOLER (71) & John Kennie HOUSTON

95. Stephen Charles HOUSTON. Born on September 18, 1855. Stephen Charles died in 1912; he was 56.
On December 17, 1889 when Stephen Charles was 34, he married Mary Angelina COLLINS, daughter of Mary A. COLLINS (1843-). Born on November 12, 1868. Mary Angelina died in 1946; she was 77.
They had the following children:

113 i. Sarah Elizabeth (1890-)

ii. Etta Odella. Born on October 7, 1890.

iii. Albert Lee. Born on March 13, 1893.

On July 1, 1926 when Albert Lee was 33, he married Lottie Clay HUFFMAN, daughter of Willard HUFFMAN (1863-1934) & Carrie Bell PRYOR (1871-), in Lexington, Kentucky. Born on February 20, 1905 in Scott County, Kentucky. Lottie Clay died in Lexington, Kentucky on March 23, 1988; she was 83. Resided in Lexington, Kentucky in 1944.

iv. Carrie Elnora. Born on January 21, 1898.

v. Goebel B. Born on June 9, 1900.

vi. Ruby Jane. Born on November 26, 1902.

Family of General John T. CROXTON (72) & Caroline A. ROGERS

96. Annie Barres Deguerra CROXTON.
Annie Barres Deguerra married Lucian LOGAN. Born in Danville, Kentucky.
They had one child:

i. Caroline Croxton.

Family of Susan C. CROXTON (73) & Richard Williams HUTCHCRAFT

97. James Perry HUTCHCRAFT. Born on May 9, 1859 in Iowa. James Perry died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on January 14, 1918; he was 58. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
On October 17, 1889 when James Perry was 30, he married Anna Butler VARNON, daughter of Benjamin E. VARNON, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on May 7, 1864. Anna Butler died on October 5, 1937; she was 73. Buried in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. Richard Davis. Born on July 11, 1892 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Richard Davis died in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky on September 26, 1986; he was 94. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

On February 2, 1929 when Richard Davis was 36, he married Newby Virginia FARRELL, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on September 2, 1900 in Orangeburg, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. Newby Virginia died in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky on September 26, 1963; she was 63. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

114 ii. Winn Varnon (1895-1975)

115 iii. Mary Allin (1897-1989)
98. Richard Davis HUTCHCRAFT. Born in May 1859 in Kentucky. Richard Davis died before 1908; he was 48.
before 1890 when Richard Davis was 30, he married Margaret.
They had the following children:

116 i. Virginia C. (1890-)

ii. Richard.

Seventh Generation


Family of Nannie Rachel BUTLER (75) & William Peck FISHER

99. Willie Margaret FISHER. Born on July 8, 1905 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Willie Margaret married George FLYNN.
They had the following children:

i. Lillie Margaret.

ii. George William.

iii. Biddy Ann.

100. Nannie Belle FISHER. Born on June 1, 1902 in Ruddles Mills, Ky. Nannie Belle died on August 3, 1994; she was 92.
On June 25, 1918 when Nannie Belle was 16, she married Alfred Charles Stevenson DETERMAN, son of Alois DETERMAN (1861-1915) & Sophia Rose BAPPERT (1864-1922), in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born on May 5, 1897 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Alfred Charles Stevenson died in Batavia, Ohio on January 21, 1975; he was 77. Buried on January 24, 1975 in Batavia, Ohio.
Notes on Alfred Determan: [34]

POP was born Cincinnati, Ohio 5/5/1897. POP was the son of ALOIS DETERMAN and SOPHIA ROSE BAPPERT . POP died 1/21/1975 Batavia, Ohio, at 77 years of age. He died of a Myvcardial Infarction caused by Bronchogenis Carcinoma.(stroke and lung cancer)

His body was interred 1/24/1975 Batavia, Ohio, Batavia Cemetery.
NANCY was listed as a member of a church Paris, Ky., 11/8/1914. First Presbyterian of Paris
She resided Paris, Ky. 1917, 135 Pine Crest Ave. NANCY's occupation: grocery and restaurant owner Cincinnati, Ohio. She owned grocery stores and restaurants with her husband.
They had the following children:

117 i. Anna Rachel (1936-)

118 ii. Alfred William (1922-)

119 iii. Rose Marie Catherine (1925-)

iv. Richard Peck. Born on March 18, 1924. Richard Peck died on March 21, 1924 in Paris, Ky.

Family of Cynthia Rebecca JONES (79) & James Wilson WRIGHT

101. Martha Wilson WRIGHT. Born on February 4, 1874 in Near Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha Wilson died in Lexington, Kentucky on August 5, 1903; she was 29. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
On October 20, 1896 when Martha Wilson was 22, she married Malcolm Temple BOSWELL, in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1867 in Leesburg, Harrison County, Kentucky. Malcolm Temple died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on November 8, 1905; he was 38. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

120 i. Clara Mae (1898-)

121 ii. Virginia Wilsie (1902-)
102. James Wilson WRIGHT Jr. Born on November 19, 1875 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James Wilson died on January 3, 1947; he was 71.
On November 29, 1915 when James Wilson was 40, he married Myrtle MORRIS. Born in 1898 in Fleming County, Kentucky.
They had one child:

i. Ruby Frances. Born on August 18, 1916 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Family of Susan C. JONES (81) & George M. REDMON

103. John J. REDMON. Born on April 23, 1861 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. John J. died in Lexington, Kentucky on November 13, 1941; he was 80.
Lexington Leader, November 13, 1941:

John J. Redmon, 80, of 182 East High street, died at 10:20 o'clock this morning at the Good Samaritan hospital following an illness of several months. Mr. Redmon was born April 23, 1861, in Nicholas county, a son of the late George and Susan Jones Redmon. He was educated at North Middletown and was a graduate of the Kentucky Classical Business College. A pron-dnent farmer of North Middletown, he took an active interest in the civic and political life of that community. For many years he was magistrate of the North Middletown precinct and served one term as deputy tax commissioner. He was a member of the committee that erected the North Middletown Christian church, which he served many years as a deacon. For 10 years he was a resident of Paris, and was land inspector for the Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank. He retired in 1933 and moved to Lexington to make his home with his son, William Redmon. He was a member of the Central Christian church, a 50-year member of Washington Lodge No. 79, R. and A.M., at North Middletown and a member of the Knights Templar at Paris. He was the father of the late Dr. L.C. Redmon.

He is survived by two sons, William Redmon, Lexington, and Hiram S. Redmon, Paris; six grandchildren, William Collis Redmon, Cincinnati; L.C. Redmon, Lexington; Dr. John J. Redmon, Memphis, Tenn.; Dr. Bryan Collins Redmon, Stanford, Conn.; Hiram Elwood Redmon, Ashland, and Mrs. Holton H. Pribble, Rantoul, Ill.; two nieces, Mrs. T.T. Barnett, Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyo., and Mrs. T.H. Minary, Louisville; two great-grandchildren, and a great-grandniece. The body was removed to Keff Brothers funeral home.
John J. married Lou Bell COLLINS, daughter of William COLLINS. Born in 1864. Lou Bell died in North Middletown Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky on July 12, 1922; she was 58.
Paris Kentuckian Citizen, Wednesday, July 19, 1922:

Beloved Woman Claimed By Death. Mrs. John J. Redmon Dies After Long Illness. Was Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Collins. Funeral And Burial Monday.--Mrs. Lou Collins Redmon, aged 58 years, died at the family home near North Middletown, Sunday afternoon at one o'clock, following a long illness covering a period of several years. For some time it had been know that her condition was serious and every means known to medical science was used in the hope of restoring her to health, but to no avail. With a full knowledge of her condition, she awaited patiently the final summons which came Sunday afternoon, and with the same Christian fortitude which had governed her life of usefulness and service, she passed into the presence of the Master with the assurance that her life work had not been in vain. A kind friend and neighbor, at all times giving of her time, her talent and her means, she will continue to live in the lives of those who came under her gentle influence. But most of all will she be missed in the home, where as wife and mother, she exerted her greatest influence, making for her family and friends a home life which was wholesome at all times. The grace of hospitality was indeed hers and her legion of friends counted it a privilege to be in her home. Mrs. Redmon was the wife of former Tax Commissioner John J. Redmon, of near North Middletown, who survives with three children: Dr. Lee Collins Redmon, of Lexington, Mr. Hiram S. Redmon, Superintendent of the Bourbon County Roads, of this city, and Mr. William Redmon, of North Middletown. She was also a sister of Mrs. William S. Jones, of North Middletown, and of the late Mr. John T. Collins, of Paris, and North Middletown.

The funeral was held at the family residence, near North Middletown, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, by Rev. F.M. Tinder, pastor of the North Middletown Christian church of which she was a devoted member, assisted by Rev. W.E. Ellis of the Paris church and the body was interred in the family lot in the North Middletown cemetery. The following friends served as pall bearers: John W. Jones, Robert G. Jones, William Collins, Theodore Barnett, W.S. Meng, S.S. Dickson, E.K. Thomas, Jr., and Thomas Helm Minary.
They had the following children:

122 i. Lee Collins (1885-1933)

123 ii. Hiram S. (1888-1971)

124 iii. William (1892-1983)

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