Genealogy News Episode 90

Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia

I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life.

Today is Friday September 23, 2016 and this is Episode 90.

23andMe Introduces Ancestry Service

23andMe now has a $99 ancestry service with ancestry-only reports. It’s available only in the U.S.

23andMe is a personal genomics and biotechnology company focusing on research about diseases and how to cure them using genetics. Many people submit their DNA to get reports about their health and participate in research.

The new ancestry services will not include the health related reports. If you test with the $99 ancestry service, you have the option later to upgrade for the health features for $125 to obtain over 60 health reports about yourself.

The ancestry service includes Ancestry Composition analysis that shows your lineage to 31 populations worldwide and DNA Relatives where you can share and compare your DNA to other 23andMe customers.

You also get a Neanderthal report that tells how much Neanderthal DNA you have. 23andMe is the only DNA company that can tell you this type of information.

23andMe is launching a national television ad to announce the new service.

23andMe Introduces Ancestry Standalone Product For $99

Rockstar Genealogists Results

The votes are in the and the Rockstar Genealogists for 2016 have been announced. The top winners in the International category (which includes the USA and genetic genealogists) are Judy Russell, CeCe Moore, and Blaine Bettinger.

Judy Russell is known for her blog The Legal Genealogist and is a well-known speaker about legal matters that pertain to genealogy and DNA.

CeCe Moore has a blog called Your Genetic Genealogist. She doesn’t blog as much as she used to because she is very busy with the PBS show Finding Your Roots as a genetic genealogy consultant and also consults on other TV shows. She teaches about genetic genealogy and she is currently involved with the 2016 International Genetic Genealogy Conference.

Blaine Bettinger is a genetic genealogist by night and he is an intellectual property attorney by day. Blaine gives lectures and classes about genetic genealogy and he has two books that have been recently published on the subject. He has a blog called The Genetic Genealogist.

The top winners in Canada are Gail Dever, Lorine McGinnis Schulze, and Christine Woodcock.

Gail Dever’s blog is called Genealogy à la carte where she writes about news and events that pertain to genealogy. She is also very active on Facebook.

Lorine McGinnis Schulze has a website called Olive Tree Genealogy where you can find free records, how-to guides, and her blog.

Christine Woodcock is well-known as a Scottish genealogy expert. She conducts tours for genealogists doing research in Scotland.

The top winners for England, Scotland, and Wales are Kirtsy Gray, Chris Paton, and Debbie Kennett. All three are prolific bloggers.

Kirsty Grey is a professional genealogist. Her company is called Family Wise and they specialize in research for private individuals, solicitors, academics and companies worldwide.

Chris Paton is a professional genealogist and runs the Scotland’s Greatest Story research service. He has written many books about Scottish and Irish research.

Debbie Kennett is a genetic genealogist and lectures on the subject. She and Blaine Bettinger co-wrote the recently published book – Genetic Genealogy in Practice.

The top winners for Australia and New Zealand are Jill Ball, Shauna Hicks, and Helen Smith.

Jill Ball is an amateur genealogist who enjoys traveling to genealogy conferences and writing her blog which is called Geniaus.

Shauna Hicks has part time research and consultancy business called Shauna Hicks History Enterprises and her blog is called Diary of an Australian Genealogist. She has written a number of family history guides and speaks at genealogy cruises, conferences and seminars.

Helen Smith is a speaker, writer, and does client research. She is very involved with the Unlock the Past Genealogy and History cruises. She is the author of the books Death Certificates and Archaic Medical Terms and Google the Genealogist’s Friend.

And the last category to mention is Ireland. The top winners are Maurice Gleeson, John Grenham, and Claire Santry.

Maurice Gleeson is known as a genetic genealogist. He organizes lectures for Genetic Genealogy Ireland in Dublin and Who Do You Think You Are? Live in the UK.

John Grenham is a well-known writer about Irish Genealogy. He has many records at his website in the Irish Ancestors research database that is free to use.

Claire Santry writes the go-to blog about Irish genealogy news.

You will find all the results listed in blog posts at the Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections blog. I’ll have links in the show notes for all of them.

2016 Superstar Genealogists

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: Silver and Bronze Awards

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: Australia/New Zealand

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: Canada

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: England, Scotland and Wales

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: Ireland

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: International and USA

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: Genetic Genealogy

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: Other Nationalities

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: EU

Rockstar Genealogists 2016: British Commonwealth

Interview with Nathan Dylan Goodwin author of The Spyglass File

There is a new genealogical crime mystery book out. It’s called The Spyglass File and it’s written by Nathan Dylan Goodwin. It’s the fifth book in a series about Martian Farrier, a forensic genealogist.

I had the opportunity to talk with Mr. Goodwin about his books. Here is the interview.


More new records at FamilySearch

The following have new indexed records and images
Denmark Census 1911
Germany Schleswig-Holstein Kreis Schleswig Civil Registration 1874-1983
Maine Civil War Enlistment Papers 1862-1865
Minnesota Obituaries 1865-2006
North Carolina Discharge and Statement of Service Records 1940-1948
Texas Laredo Index of Arrivals 1903-1929
United States Freedmen’s Bureau Land and Property Records 1865-1872
Utah LDS Mission Calls and Recommendations 1877-1918
Wyoming Star Valley Independent Obituaries 1901-2015

Next these collections have indexed records added to an existing collection
Argentina Córdoba Catholic Church Records 1557-1974
Arkansas Oakland and Fraternal Historic Cemetery Records 1867-2013
Australia Tasmania Miscellaneous Records 1829-2001
California San Diego Chinese Passenger and Crew Lists 1905-1923
Czech Republic Church Books 1552-1963
Hungary Civil Registration 1895-1980
Iowa State Census 1925
Maine Crew Lists Arriving at Robbinston 1947-1954
Massachusetts Boston Passenger Lists 1820-1891
Ohio Crawford County Obituaries 1860-2004
Sweden Jönköping Church Records 1581-1935; index 1633-1860
Texas San Antonio Alien Arrivals May 1944-March 1952
United States World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918
Virgin Islands US Church Records 1765-2010
West Virginia Naturalization Records 1814-1991

The next collections have had indexed records and images added to an existing collection
BillionGraves Index
Hawaii Obituaries Index ca. 1980-present
Sweden Gävleborg Church Records 1616-1908; index 1671-1860

These collections have added images to an existing collection
Korea Civil Service Examinations and Records of Officials and Employees 1392-1910
Korea Collection of Genealogies 1200-2014

Collections Update: Week of September 12

Collections Update: Week of September 19

Indexing Marriage Records

FamilySearch has a new indexing project called the U.S. Marriage Project. This is a joint initiative between Findmypast and FamilySearch. The project is working to save the marriage records from every state in the United States. The goal is to create a high-quality, searchable database of nearly every marriage record in the United States since the 1800s.

Marriage records are listed by state and indexers can choose a state that they feel connected to.

Join the Cause! Index Every Marriage Record in the United States

Attach Records from MyHeritage to FamilySearch Family Tree

There is a new button found on the MyHeritage website. The text on the button says it all – Attach source to FamilySearch. With one click of this button you can store the source that you found on MyHeritage to an ancestor in the FamilySearch Family Tree.

To use this new feature, you first bring up the ancestor in FamilySearch Family Tree and then click the link for MyHeritage found in the Source Records section. After you found some good information you then can click the link to attach the source to FamilySearch and then when you look at the source information you will see the link to MyHeritage.

Family History Easy Button: Create New Sources in Family Tree from MyHeritage

FamilySearch Partners with Geneanet

FamilySearch has partnered with Geneanet to provide free access to Geneanet at family history centers and for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Geneanet is a French website that has lots of records related to French ancestry and online family trees. It also has lots of information for European records and worldwide family trees.

Members of the church will be receiving an email invitation to the site in the coming weeks.

Huge French Website Geneanet now a FamilySearch Partner

MyHeritage Adds Records for Finland

MyHeritage has added 33 million Finland church records. The records cover nearly 300 years and were maintained by the Lutheran Church in Finland.

These records are part of SuperSearch. MyHeritage has indexed the church records and pre-confirmation books under an agreement with the National Archives Service of Finland. The scanned original documents can be viewed.

If you have your family tree at MyHeritage, the MyHeritage Record Matching feature will find records in this new collection.

These records are sometimes called the Church Census and are also called household examination records. Starting in 1686 the church was required to keep records. However, some parishes had been keeping records. Some records date back to 1657.

Church books contain information about the family and if they understood their Christian faith and participated in the sacrament of Holy Communion. Family member names are listed along with the relationship to head of the household, birth date, birthplace, and other information regarding catechism, communion, baptism, vaccination, and occupation. Marriage and death information may be listed and it might mention where a family moved to.

New: 33 Million Finland Church Records Added

MyHeritage 50% Done Digitizing Every Cemetery in Israel

MyHeritage has announced that they are 50% done with their goal to digitize every cemetery in Israel. This would make Israel the first country in the world have all of its gravestones online and searchable.

They are doing this in conjunction with BillionGraves. All of these images of the gravestones along with their transcriptions will be free to search.

MyHeritage has hired five full-time employees and 60 part-time students to work on the project. There are also over 250 volunteers helping with this effort.

So far they have completed photographing the four largest cemeteries and many smaller cemeteries in Israel. There have been approximately 1.3 million photos taken and they have indexed more than half of them.

The goal is to have this project completed by the end of 2017. They are on schedule to complete this goal.

We’re Halfway to Digitizing Every Cemetery in Israel

New Records at Findmypast

Over 3.5 million historic London records have been added at Findmypast. New record collections include London Post Office Directories 1842, 1851 and 1861 (browse only), Westminster, Poor Law and Parish Administration, and City of London, Gunmakers’ Company Freedoms and Admissions, 1656-1936.

Records were added to these collections

Thames & Medway Baptisms
Thames & Medway Burials
Westminster burials
London, Docklands and East End Baptisms, 1558-1933
Greater London Burial Index
Lincolnshire Baptisms
Lincolnshire Marriages
Lincolnshire Burials
Lincolnshire Parish Register (browse only)

You can browse the Cheshire Vital Records by place, record type, or event.

A small collection called the Shipwrecked Passenger Book: Sailing Westbound from Europe for the Americas 1817-1875 has been added to Findmypast.

They have added over 5,000 records to the Britain, School and University Register Books collection.

The Quintin Collections – United States Family Histories contains books that trace the descendants of the early, colonial immigrants to the United States.

Another collection, United States, State & Local Histories, also is a collection of books about the history of states found in the eastern part of the United States.

Lots of new records have been added for Ireland. None of these records have been digitized or indexed before. These are released in partnership with the National Archives of Ireland and they will be completely free to search forever. You will need to register for a free account at Findmypast to search the records. Or you can also find these records at the National Archives of Ireland’s website.

The free collections are
Ireland, Original Will Registers 1858-1920
Ireland, Catholic Qualification & Convert Rolls 1701-1845
Ireland Merchant Navy Crew Lists 1863-1921
Ireland Valuation Office Books

Over 1.6 million new articles have been added to the British newspapers collection.

Findmypast Friday – September 9th 2016

Findmypast Friday: September 16 2016

Findmypast Friday: September 23rd 2016

Twile Lets Users Merge Mulitple Gedcom Files

Twile is an online timeline for your family from the present to the earliest images you have for your ancestors. It creates interactive timelines with photos, text, and video. You can invite others to collaborate so they can comment on what you have posted and add stories and milestones of their own to the timeline.

Twile has announced that there is a new feature that allows users to merge multiple Gedcom files into one family tree. This means that family members that are independently researching can now bring all of their findings together on Twile. As family members work on their trees they can re-upload the Gedcom file so it is up to date.

Twile will use the data in the Gedcom files to add events to the timeline, such as births, marriages and deaths.

This new feature was a request of Twile customers.

Twile Allows Users to Merge Multiple GEDCOM Files

Maine Historical Society to Digitize Images

The Maine Historical Society has been awarded a $149,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to digitize 1,000 images from the Society’s early Maine photograph collection. This includes daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and tintypes dating from 1845 through the Civil War, as well as 25,000 glass plate negatives from the Portland Press Herald for the years 1917-1940.

The digitized images will be made available free through the Maine Memory Network which can be found at

Digitizing Maine’s earliest images

DigitalNC Adds the Newspaper Kings Mountain Herald

Another newspaper has been added to the DigitalNC collections. That’s the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center website.

The Kings Mountain Herald newspaper has been added for the years 1937 to 1954. This was the local newspaper for Kings Mountain, North Carolina. It covered the national news, local news and events, and local editorials.

Kings Mountain Herald, the “Reliable Newspaper,” 1937-1954 now Online

Some Nova Scotia Newspapers Now Online

Some Nova Scotia newspapers have been digitized and made available online.

Editions of Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse have been digitized up to 2002. This newspaper covers the areas of Meteghan River and Digby County. You can find this newspaper at the website for the Nova Scotia Archives.

The gaelic newspaper Am Bràighe has been digitized for the years 1991 – 2003 and another gaelic newspaper (really a magazine) An Cuairtear Òg Gaelach for the years 1851 – 1852 is now available online. Both these newspapers can be found at St. Francis Xavier University’s website

Nova Scotia Gaelic and Acadian newspapers newly digitized

City Directories from Regina, Saskatchewan will be Digitized

Some city directories from Regina, Saskatchewan will be digitized. These directories are known as the Henderson’s City Directories. The Regina Public Library has shipped the directories from 1908 to 1965 to the University of Alberta for digitization.

Once digitized the directories will be available on the Regina Public Library website and the University of Alberta Library’s website, Peel’s Prairie Provinces.

The directories may be online as soon as sometime in 2018.

Historic Regina city directories to be digitized

LAC Update on Digitization of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Personnel Service Files

The Library and Archives Canada continues to digitize the Canadian Expeditionary Force personnel service files. These are the files for the soldiers of the first World War.

They are basically digitizing the files in alphabetical order and they are now up to the surname Levesque. Last month they were up to the name Larocque. That means that a little over 13,000 files were digitized last month.

According to John D. Reid of the Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections blog, the project will be completed by September 2018. This is the same date that he predicted last month.

Digitization of the Canadian Expeditionary Force personnel service files–update of September 2016

CEF Service Files Digitization: September Update

Fictional Town Great Wharton

The National Archives in the UK has created a new online resource. It’s a fictional town called Great Wharton where you can explore the British Home Front in the First World War.

Cases are taken directly from records found at The National Archives. There are links in the town to bring up the story of what actually happened with photographs and images of documents.

The town consists of a large graphic that you can pan and zoom to get around to see the links.

Journey back to the Home Front with new online resource

Welsh Tithe Maps coming Online

Welsh tithe maps will be coming online for free by March 2017. Tithes were payments charged on land users. Tithe maps were created to ensure all tithes were paid with money instead of crops, wool, milk, or stock. These maps were created between 1838 and 1850.

These maps cover more that 95% of Wales. Each map has the tithe, the name of the landowner and land occupier, the land use, and in most cases the field name.

Volunteers are needed for preparing these maps to be online. You can find more information about this in the show notes.

Cynefin Project – Welsh Tithe Maps

New ScotlandsPeople Website

The ScotlandsPeople website will be down from Wednesday September 21 until Monday September 26. During this time they will be getting ready to launch a new ScotlandsPeople website.

All credits, searches, and saved images will be available at the new site.

They originally scheduled to update the website in early September but that had to be postponed.

The contract to maintain the website with Findmypast expired at the beginning of September. The new website is a result of new contract with CACI for development, hosting, and maintenance of ScotlandsPeople.

ScotlandsPeople service announcement

Annual Poetry Challenge

It’s time for the 8th annual poetry challenge that is coordinated by blogger Bill West. He has posted the rules already and he will post the submissions on Thanksgiving day.

You write something yourself or find something that you can relate to one of your ancestors. You post the poem or song on your blog along with a story about how it relates to your ancestors.

Submissions are due a week before Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 17th.


Scholarship Applications to Attend SLIG

Scholarship applications are now being accepted for attending SLIG – Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. Applicants must not have attended any of the national genealogical institutes, are ready for a more in-depth learning experience at a higher level, and would like to attend SLIG.

The scholarship is for a first-time institute attendee. It includes full tuition for a course of their choice for SLIG 2017.

Applicants need to submit a short essay about why they want to further their genealogical education, a statement about what they hope to gain by attending an institute, a list of previous genealogy programs and conferences they have attended and the name of the course they would like to attend at SLIG.

Applications are due by Tuesday, November 1, 2016 and the winner will be announced on November 15th.

New SLIG Scholarship for First-Time Institute Attendees

The 6th Annual Forensic Genealogy Institute

The 6th Annual Forensic Genealogy Institute will be held March 7-9, 2017, in San Antonio, Texas. There will be two tracks to choose from – Applying Genetic Genealogy to a Forensic Specialty led by Debbie Parker Wayne and Becoming an Expert: Law and the Forensic Genealogist led by Judy Russell.

Registration will open on October 15th.

6th Annual Forensic Genealogy Institute to be held March 7-9, 2017, in San Antonio, Texas

BCG Webinars on October 7

On Friday, October 7th, the Board for Certification of Genealogists will be holding 6 webinars that will be free to view at Legacy Family Tree Webinars. These lectures will be presented at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. They are open to the public.

After the live sessions have been broadcast, they will be available to view for free for a few days and then they will be available only to Family Tree Webinar subscribers.

The speakers will be Pamela Boyer Sayre, Elizabeth Shown Mills, Ann Staley, Jeanne Larzalere Bloom, David McDonald, and Judy Russell.

BCG’s Free Day of Quality Education to be Broadcast Online Through Legacy

Find A Grave Community Weekend

The Find A Grave community weekend will be on Friday October 7 – Sunday, October 9th. It’s a global meetup to fulfill hundreds of thousands of photo requests at Find A Grave.

You can search a map to see if a cemetery in your city is listed. Find A Grave has listed the cemeteries that have photo requests. If the cemetery is listed you can log into Find A Grave and join the event.

If a cemetery is not listed for your city, you can contact a cemetery near you to see if you can visit that cemetery during the community weekend and then you can add your event to the global calendar.

Find A Grave Community Weekend on October 7-9

North Carolina Virtual Family History Fair

North Carolina Virtual Family History Fair will be held on Saturday October 15th. This is a free online event with 4 presentations about researching in North Carolina.

North Carolina Virtual Family History Fair

National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair

Once again the National Archives in the U.S. will be having a Virtual Genealogy Fair. This year it will be held on October 26th and 27th. It starts at 10AM Eastern time each day and concludes at 4PM each day.

There will be 11 presentations with closing remarks at the end. Presentations are given by archivists and employees of NARA. Topics are about records held at the National Archives that are of interest to genealogists.

Handouts will be available to download for the presentations. A recording of each day will be made available on YouTube after the live presentations.

This will be the fourth year for the Virtual Genealogy Fair. All previous Virtual Genealogy Fairs can be watched on YouTube and the handouts are available at the NARA website.

2016 Virtual Genealogy Fair

Webinars Coming Up

Monday, September 26, 5:30PM Eastern
BYU Family History Library webinar
Adding source citations with Online App
presented by James Tanner

Tuesday, September 27, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
United States Case Study

Wednesday, September 28, 2PM Eastern
Legacy Webinar
Beginning Polish Genealogy
presented by Jonathan Shea

Thursday, September 29, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Your British Questions Answered

Thursday, September 29, 4PM Eastern
BYU Family History Library webinar
Getting Started in German Research
presented by Laurie Castillo

Friday, September 30, 1PM Eastern
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Webinar
INS Immigration Correspondence Files

Saturday, October 1, 1PM Eastern
Southern California Genealogical Society Webinar
Trails West
presented by Mary K. Roddy

Monday, October 3, noon Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Starting Family Tree: Navigating, Adding, Standardizing, Printing

Monday, October 3, 1PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Starting Family Tree: Research Help and Searching Records

Monday, October 3, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
British Case Studies: A Classic Scottish Family Research Case Study

Monday, October 3, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Starting Family Tree: Attaching FamilySearch Sources to Your Tree

Monday, October 3, 4PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Starting Family Tree: Submitting Names for Temple Work

Tuesday, October 4, noon Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Starting Family Tree: Preserving Memories Using Photos & Documents

Tuesday, October 4, 1PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Ask Your United States Research Question

Tuesday, October 4, 1PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Starting Family Tree: Open Question and Answer

Tuesday, October 4, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Family Tree Next Steps: Attaching Non-FamilySearch Sources

Tuesday, October 4, 4PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Family Tree Next Steps: Using Family Tree to do Descendancy Research

Tuesday, October 4, 4PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Researching in Prussian Poland

Wednesday, October 5, noon Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Family Tree Next Steps: Correcting Relationships

Wednesday, October 5, 1PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Family Tree Next Steps: Merging Principles

Wednesday, October 5, 2016, 2PM Eastern
Legacy Webinar
AHA! Analysis of Handwriting for Genealogical Research
presented by Ron Arons

Wednesday, October 5, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Family Tree Next Steps: Preserving Memories Using Stories

Wednesday, October 5, 4PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Family Tree Next Steps: Preserving Memories Using Audio and Apps

Wednesday, October 5, 8PM Eastern
Minnesota Genealogical Society
Bring ‘Em Back to Life: Developing an Ancestor Profile
presented by George G. Morgan

Thursday, October 6, noon Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Using the FamilySearch Catalog Effectively

Thursday, October 6, 1PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Tips and Tricks Using FamilySearch Historical Records Collections

Thursday, October 6, 1PM Eastern
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Webinar
History Library Catalog and Services

Thursday, October 6, 3PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
Overview of (except catalog and records)

Thursday, October 6, 4PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
FamilySearch Wiki: Valuable Research Tool

Thursday, October 6, 5PM Eastern
FamilySearch Webinar
What’s New on

Thursday, October 6, 7PM Eastern
Ontario Genealogical Society Webinar
Researching Your 20th Century Canadian Ancestors
presented by Kathryn Lake Hogan

Free viewing period October 7 – 9
North Carolina Genealogical Society
Born NC and Living Elsewhere: Making the Connection Back
presented by Diane L. Richard

Friday, October 7, 11AM Eastern
Board for Certification of Genealogists
Enough is Enough. Or Is It?
presented by Pamela Boyer Sayre

Friday, October 7, 12:15PM Eastern
Board for Certification of Genealogists
FAN + GPS + DNA: The Problem-Solver’s Great Trifecta
presented by Elizabeth Shown Mills

Friday, October 7, 1:30PM Eastern
Board for Certification of Genealogists
Black Sheep Ancestors and Their Records
presented by Ann Staley

Friday, October 7, 3:30PM Eastern
Board for Certification of Genealogists
Bringing Life to Our Ancestors: Manuscript Collections
presented by Jeanne Bloom

Friday, October 7, 6PM Eastern
Board for Certification of Genealogists
When Worlds Collide: Resolving Conflicts in Genealogical Records
presented by Judy G. Russell

#genchat – Ethnic Focus: Native Americans
Friday, October 7, 10PM Eastern

You can find all the webinars mentioned and more at the calendar at

And that’s it for this episode.

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This is episode 90.

Thanks for listening.

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