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Michael W RADER 1749-1839 m. Catherine LONG 1753-1839
s/o Adam Rader (1727-1773) and Margaret Maria Zimmerman (1727-1795)
d/o Andrew Long (1740-1835) and Catherine Zerkel (1733-1817)
8 Mar 1751 Michael Rader born in the lower part of what became Rockingham County, Virginia, but was then Augusta County. [Family record, supplied by Mrs. Jason Board, Buffalo, W. Va., West Virginia DAR Genealogical Records Committee, "Report" 1940 (typewritten; n.p., 1940), p. 36; Revolutionary War pension application, Michael Rader, S.7349]
16 Feb 1753 Catherine (Katherine) Long born at Rockingham, VA [Family record, supplied by Mrs. Jason Board, Buffalo, W. Va.]
25 Dec 1769 Michael Rader and Catherine Long married at Augusta VA
28 Dec 1771 Dau Elizabeth, born at Shenandoah, VA. She married Andrew Holeman.
25 Sep 1772 Michael Rader purchased two tracts of land in Shenandoah, VA: John Sulcer of Dunmore County to Michael Rader of same. Lease and release; for £300 current money. Two tracts, one on the south river of Shanandoah joining to Mathias Sulver's land ... granted to Mathias Sulver ... 170 acres and 80 perches. The other being the upper lot of 15 acres of meadow set apart to John Sulcer, being part of the original tract... John Sulcer Witnesses: Burr Harrison, Rd. Branham, Abraham Brewbaker [signed in German], Wm. Slaughter.
23 Feb 1773 Tract purchase proved by Abraham Brewbaker and Richard Branham.
21 Apr 1773 Proved by Burr Harrison, Gent. [Shenandoah Co., Va., Deed Book A, pp. 252-55] Shortly afterward he added an adjoining 155 acres to his holdings, although he did not receive the grant for this land until some years later
29 Dec 1773 Dau Katherine, born at Shenandoah, VA
28 May 1776 The Court of Shenandoah County on 28 May 1776 included Michael Reader's name in a list of those recommended to the Governor as proper persons to be added to the commission of the peace [Shenandoah Co., Va., Order Book 1774-80, p. 19]
27 Nov 1776 Michael Reader was appointed overseer of the road leading from the top of the mountain to the South River in the room of Benjamin Strickler. [Shenandoah Co., Va., Order Book 1774-80, p. 19]
29 Dec 1776 Dau Susannah, born at Greenbrier, VA. She married Michael Kountz.
1777 Michael Rader entered military service: by raising a volunteer company in Shenandoah County, Virginia, at Massanuten and took command of the company as captain. They marched to Winchester and joined the troops commanded by Capt. Reddicken, Capt. Bauling, Capt. Nishswanger and Capt. Buck, each with his company. They marched together to Fort Pitt and when they arrived Gen. Hand took command and the troops went from Fort Pitt to Wheeling by water and then remained the balance of their tour of duty and were discharged there.
30 Apr 1778 Although Michael Rader was not aware of it, proof of his service as a major was contained in the records of Shenandoah County. The Court on 30 April 1778 administered the oath to him as major of militia. [Shenandoah Co., Va., Order Book 1774-80, p. 44.]
1 May 1778 Michael Rader returned to Shenandoah County and he was appointed a major about 1 May 1778 and marched as major to Fort Pitt, having under his command two companies under Captains John Rouch and Abraham Byrd. After arriving at Fort Pitt they were ordered to proceed to Carnes Fort on Dickard's Creek about six miles from Morgantown and took the command of the fort. His documentary evidence was accidentally destroyed except one record he submitted. [Revolutionary War pension application; Michael Rader, S.7349]
29 Jun 1778 He was named in a commission which was issued two years later on 29 June 1778, but on 29 October 1778 the Court Ordered that it be certified to the Governor ... Michael Rader ... Gent. who were appointed to serve as justices ... have been all summoned to swear to the Commission of the peace and have refused or neglected to attend for that purpose. [Shenandoah Co., Va., Order Book 1774-80, p. 19]
20 Jan 1779 Son Abraham, born at Rockingham, VA
27 Oct 1781 During the latter part of the Revolutionary War Michael Reader contributed supplies for the use of the American army. On 27 October 1781 the Court of Rockingham County certified that he had supplied 375 pounds of beef [Public Service Claims, Rockingham Co., Va., Court Booklet, v. 1, p. 8.] and in September 1783 the Court of Shenandoah County certified he had supplied a bay horse [Shenandoah Co., Va., Court Booklet, p. 20.]
1782 Michael Rader paid taxes in Rockingham County: His residence was probably close to the Rockingham County border. He was taxed for several yeas in that county, but whether by mistake or because he had moved his home is uncertain: 1782. Michael Reador - 1 white male tithe - 6 slaves - 8 horses; 20 head of cattle [Rockingham Co., Va., personal property tax books]
28 Jan 1782 Son James, born at Rockingham, VA. He married Hannah (Cannady) Allen on 6 June 1805. He qualified as lieutenant of the 106th regiment of militia in April 1805 [Mason Co., W.Va., Order Book 1, pp. 59-60]
1783 Michael Rader paid Rockingham Co taxes: Michael Reader - 1 white male tithe - 2 slaves over 16; 5 under 16 - 7 horses; 19 head of cattle [Rockingham Co., Va., personal property tax books]
1784 Michael Rader paid Rockingham Co taxes: 1784. Michael Reader - 3 white male tithes - 4 slaves - 7 horses; 13 head of cattle. [Rockingham Co., Va., personal property tax books]
16 Mar 1784 Son Philip, born at Timberville, Rockingham, VA
20 Aug 1785 By 1785 he had returned to Shenandoah County if, in fact, he had left at all. Michael Reader of Shanandoah County to Philip Long of same. Lease and release; for £375 current money. Two tracts, one on the south river of Shanandoah [described as in deed of purchase] ... 170 acres and 80 perches ... the other 15 acres ... Michael Rader Catteran (X) Rader Witnesses: Rn. Moore, William McCay, Thomas Jones. 23 August 1785. Acknowledged by Michael Reader and by Catteran. [He signed the lease alone, as Michael Reader] [Shenandoah Co., Va., Deed Book E, pp. 329-34]
18 Feb 1786 Dau Polly, born at Timberville, Rockingham, VA. She married ---- Rayburn.
2 Jun 1787 He purchased two additional tracts in 1787: Alexander White and Sarah his wife of Frederick County to Michael Reder of Shenandoah County. For £350 current money. 104 acres in the counties of Shenandoah and Rockingham ... 253 acres on the northwesterly side of the North River ... Alex. White Witnesses: Jacob Rinker, ABm. Bird, Saml. Clayton.
27 Sep 1787 2nd Tract: 27 September 1787. Proved by the witnesses. This land was sold in 1794 [Shenandoah Co., Va., Deed Book F, pp. 484-86.]
23 Jul 1787 Grant to Michael Rader of 155 acres by survey 26 April 1774 on the north side of the South River of Shanandoah ... corner to Reder's former (surveyed) land ... high hill ... level ... Benjamin Strickler ...) [Northern Neck Land Grants, v. S, pp. 251-52]
8 Sep 1787 Michael Roeder and his wife Catherina were sponsors of John, son of Adam Rader [Rader's Church, Rockingham Co., Va., Record Book 1772-1884 [Translation by Leslie A. Miller; typewritten; Chyenne[[sic]], Wyo., 1926], pp. 5-6, 42]
12 Feb 1788 Son Michael born at Augusta VA
4 Apr 1790 Michael Roeder and his wife Catherina were sponsors of Michael, son of George and Veronica Wolf [Rader's Church, Rockingham Co., Va., Record Book 1772-1884 [Translation by Leslie A. Miller; typewritten; Chyenne[[sic]], Wyo., 1926], pp. 5-6, 42]
21 Oct 1790 Son Joseph born at Botetourt, VA
24 Mar 1794 Michael Rader and Catharine his wife of Shanandoah County to Tunis Quick of same. For £720 current money. 104 acres in the counties of Shenandoah and Rockingham on the north side of the North river of Shanandoah ... part of tract granted to James Wood for 400 acres 12 January 1746 at the Great Plains ... on the bank of said river in the dividing line the counties of Shanandoah and Rockingham ... Also 253 acres on the northwesterly side of the north river granted to Mrs. Mary Wood 10 February 1761 ... dividing line between counties of Shenandoah and Rockingham ... conveyed to Michael Rader by Alexander and Sarah White 2 June 1787. Michael Reader Catharine (X) Reader Witnesses: John Barnet, John Barr, Tunis Quick. 9 April 1794. Proved by witnesses. [Shenandoah Co., Va., Deed Book I, pp. 321-24]
aft Apr 1794 Later that year he moved to Greenbrier County where other members of the Rader family also settled. He was taxed there: Michael Reder - 1 white male tithe - 4 slaves over 16, one aged 12-16 - 6 horses [Greenbrier Co., W.Va., personal property tax book]
28 Jun 1796 He purchased land in Greenbrier County: Samuel Brown and his wife Elizabeth of Greenbrier County to Michael Rader. For 5 shillings. 390 acres, part of a patent to said Brown 1 September 1795 on the north side of his improvement ... on the knobs ... by a road marked SB ... Saml. Brown Elizabeth Brown June 1796. Acknowledged and dower relinquished by Elizabeth Brown. [Greenbrier Co., W.Va., Deed Book 1, pp. 548-49.]
1803 He continued to reside in Greenbrier Co. for about ten years, being taxed for the last time in 1803: Michael Reader - 3 white male tithes - 7 slaves aged over 16 - 9 horses [Greenbrier Co., W.Va., personal property tax book]
3 Jul 1804 The next year when Mason County was organized, Michael Rader was one of the gentlemen who met at Point Pleasant and on 3 July 1804 qualified as justices of the county. He sat as a member of the Court which on 22 August 1805 met to determine whether Jacob Rambo was guilty of felony and from time to time thereafter, although since his residence was some distance from Point Pleasant he was not frequently in attendance at the monthly meetings of the Court. [Mason Co., W.Va., Order Book 1, p. 1; pp. 59-60]
1810 Census Mason VA — Michael Reader: Males 16-25 = 2; Males 45>=1; Females 10-15=1; Females 16-25=1; Females 45>=1; Slaves=13
1 Oct 1814 His Greenbrier County land was not disposed of until 1814: Michael Reader and Catharine his wife of Mason County to Abraham Reader of Greenbrier County. For $5. 390 acres conveyed to Michael Reader by Samuel Brown 28 June 1796 ...Michael Reader Catharine (X) Reader; 17 October 1814. Catharine relinquished her right of dower. November 1814. Recorded. [Greenbrier Co., W.Va., Deed Book 6, pp. 85-87] On his arrival in Mason County Michael Rader began to take out grants of land. At various dates he patented: 423 acres Big Mill Creek 100 acres Big Mill Creek Trace Fork 68 acres Big Mill Creek Left hand fork 159 acres Big Mill Creek Trace Fork 84 acres Big Mill Creek opposite Elk fork 140 acres Big Mill Creek below Elk fork 140 acres Big Mill Creek left hand fork 84 acres Big Mill Creek Left hand fork 159 acres Big Mill Creek Trace fork 163 acres Big Mill Creek Parchment fork 181 acres Big Mill Creek Elk fork 105 acres Big Mill Creek Left hand fork [Mason Co., W.Va., Index to Land Grants and Patents. The book covered by this index cannot now be located]
22 Jul 1815 The remainder of his deeds of record in Mason and Jackson counties were to member of his family: Michael Reader of Mason County to Jacob H. Holeman and William B. Holeman (my grandsons) jointly after the arrival of William to the age of twenty one years. Negro woman Jinney and her children John, Rachael, Lewis, Winston, Alfred and Summer. I gave the use and service of Jinney to my daughter Betsy, since Betsy Holeman, during my pleasure but intended Jinney with her increase for the children of of Betsey, and Betsey having two sons Jacob H. Holeman and William B. Holeman ... Michael Rader Witnesses: James Rader, Joseph Rader. 24 October 1817. Acknowledged by Michael Rader. [Mason Co., W.Va., Deed Book D, p. 326. [[ "of of Betsey" in Dorman original]]
7 Aug 1820 Census, Frankfort, Greenbrier, VA — Michael Rader: Males <10=3; Males 10-15=1; Males 16-18=1; Males 16-25=2; Males 26-44=1; Females <10=2; Females 26-44=1; Slaves Female <14=1; 6 persons engaged in agriculture
Census, Mason, VA — Michael Rader: Males 16-25=1; Males 45>=1; Females 45>=1; Slaves male 14-25=2; Slaves male 26-44=1; Slaves female <14=1; Slaves female 14-25=1; Persons engaged in agriculture=6; engaged in commerce=1; engaged in manufactures=3
31 Dec 1821 31 December 1821. Michael Rader Senr. of Mason County to James Rader of same. For natural love and affection. Negro boy Ellick. Michael Rader Witnesses: Wm. Parsons, George (X) Parsons [?], George Cleek. 15 April 1822. Acknowledged by Michael Rader. 31 December 1821. Michal Rader Senr. of Mason County to Michael Rader Junr. of same. For natural love and affection. Negro boy Peter. Michal Rader Witnesses: Wm. Parsons, George Cleek, George (X) Parsons. 15 April 1822. Acknowledged by Michael Rader. 31 December 1821. Michael Rader Senr. of Mason County to Joseph Rader of same. For natural love and affection. Negro boy Robin. Michal Rader Witnesses: Wm. Parsons, George Cleek, George (X) Parsons. 15 April 1822. Acknowledged by Michael Rader. [Mason Co., W.Va., Deed Book E, pp. 381-82
25 May 1822 He disposed of two tracts of land in 1822 and 1824: Michael Reader and Katharine his wife of Mason County to James Woolf of same. For $1. 140 acres which Michael holds by patent 1 October 1821, on the waters of Big Mill Creek a branch of the Ohio ... Michal Rader Katherine (X) Reader 27 May 1822. Acknowledged by Michael and dower relinquished by Katharine. 28 May 1822. Recorded. [Mason Co., W.Va., Deed Book E, pp. 395-96]
4 Nov 1823 4 November 1823. Michael Rader Senr. and Catharine his wife of Mason County to James Rader of same. For $1.00. 179 acres on the elm fork of Big Mill Creek whereon Michael Rader now lives and the upper end of the same. Michael Rader Catharine (C) Rader 4 November 1823. Acknowledged by Michael and dower relinquished by Catharine before Michael Kouns and James Rader. 17 November 1823. Recorded. [Mason Co., W.Va., Deed Book F, pp. 7-8]
15 Apr 1824 Michael Reader of Mill Creek in Mason County and Catharine his wife to John Kounts, late of Point Pleasant, now of Mill Creek. For $1. 144 acres on Mill Creek being the whole of a tract of 423 acres granted to Michael Reader, being at the forks of the main left hand fork of Big Mill Creek ... south bank of the creek just below said Reader's mill ... Michael Rader Catharine Rader 15 April 1824. Acknowledged by Michael and dower relinquished by Katharine before James Rader and Enos Thomas, justices. 17 April 1824. Recorded. [Mason Co., W.Va., Deed Book F, pp. 57-59]
2 Apr 1828 2 April 1828. Michael Rader of Mason County to Joseph Rader of same. For $1.00. 181 acres on the Elk fork of Big Mill Creek ... [adjoining] survey made for Abraham Rader ... Michael Rader Witnesses: John Kouns, James R. Wolf, Michael Rader, Jr. 7 April 1828. Proved by the witnesses [Mason Co., W.Va., Deed Book G, pp. 116-17]
18 Dec 1828 18 December 1828. Michael Rader Snr. of Mason County to Michael Rader Jnr. of same. For $300. 150 acres on the trace fork of Big Mill Creek ... at the upper end of the bottom above Joseph Parsons' old cabbin in the said fork near the second ford ...Michael Rader Catharine (X) Rader Witnesses: John Rader, Michael Rader. 1 October 1831. Acknowledged by Michael and dower relinquished by Katharine. 24 October 1831. Recorded. [Jackson Co., W.Va., Deed Book 1, pp. 11-12]
17 Mar 1829 Some of the land which Michael Rader took up in the area of Big Mill Creek had already been patented under prior grants Michael Rader, Jr., had to purchase again from a previous grantee in order to secure good title to two tracts which he had purchased from his father, comprising 97 acres and 19 acres on the left hand fork of Big Mill Creek. Michael Rader made his will on 17 March 1829, describing himself as a resident of Mason County:
Unto my beloved wife Katharine Rader (during her life) the use of Negroes Lewis, Winny and Rachel and at her decease Lewis and Winny to whichever of my children they may choose for their master or mistress upon his or her paying to each of my other children their proportion of the valuation of said Negroes, the price I now set on them, to wit Lewis $100 and Winny $50.
Unto my beloved wife the use of my clock during her life. At her death to my son Abraham Rader.
Unto my wife Katharine Rader all my other personal property (exclusive of the Negroes) one moiety to use during her life and the other moiety freely and entirely to dispose of at her decease.
Unto my son Abraham Rader two Negros Reuben and Rebecca.
Unto my son James Rader three Negroes Adam, Alexander and Dorcas.
Unto my son Philip Rader two Negroes Andrew and Hannah.
Unto my son Michael Rader two Negroes John and Peter. Also at the death of his mother Negro woman Rachel.
Unto my son Joseph Rader the tract of land on which I live and mill and three Negroes Reuben, Robin and Ruth.
Unto my two grandchildren Jacob Harrod Holeman and William Holeman children of my daughter Elizabeth Holeman alias Rader the Negro slave Jane I formerly conveyed to them with her increase.
Unto my daughter Katharine Rader two Negroes Matilda and Jane.
Unto the children of my daughter Polly Rayburn alias Rader two Negroes the use of whom I had formerly given their mother, Alice and Rachel.
Unto my daughter Susannah Kounts two Negroes Jacob and Rebecca.
My executors sell all my lands not herein devised and money with that part of my personal estate at death of my wife bequeathed to her during life be kept together until the title of the lands I have given or sold to my sons James, Michael and Joseph Rader be settled, and if my sons should lose their land, in that case my executors shall indemnify them for such loss and the balance if any divide equally amongst all my children except the heirs of my daughter Holeman.
My son in law Michael Kounts and my sons Abraham and James Rader executors.
Witnesses: Wm. H. Rogers, James R. Wolf, John Kounts.
27 April 1840. Proved by James R. Wolf and John Kounts. Michael Rader with John Kounts and Nehemiah Smith his securities entered into bond $1000.00 for obtaining letters of administration with the will annexed [Jackson Co., W.Va., Will Book 1, pp. 165-67] (doc)
1830 Census, Mason, VA — Michael Rader Sr: Males 70-79=1; Females 10-14=1; Females 70-79=1' Slaves male <10=3; Slaves male 24-35=1; Slaves female 24-35=1; Slaves female 36-54=1
27 Aug 1832 He was actively engaged in service during the American Revolution. On 27 August 1832 he made a declaration concerning his service: Michael Rader of Mill Creek in Jackson County, aged 81 years 6 months and 19 days, declares he entered service in the latter part of 1777 by raising a volunteer company in Shenandoah County, Virginia, at Massanuten and took command of the company as captain. They marched to Winchester and joined the troops commanded by Capt. Reddicken, Capt. Bauling, Capt. Nishswanger and Capt. Buck, each with his company. They marched together to Fort Pitt and when they arrived Gen. Hand took command and the troops went from Fort Pitt to Wheeling by water and then remained the balance of their tour of duty and were discharged there. They returned to Shenandoah County and he was appointed a major about 1 May 1778 and marched as major to Fort Pitt, having under his command two companies under Captains John Rouch and Abraham Byrd. After arriving at Fort Pitt they were ordered to proceed to Carnes Fort on Dickard's Creek about six miles from Morgantown and took the command of the fort. His documentary evidence was accidentally destroyed except one record he submitted. [Revolutionary War pension application; Michael Rader, S.7349] At the same time David Bumgarner declares that in 1777 he served as a private in Capt. Michael Rader's company and the facts in relation to that tour of duty were correctly stated in his declaration. [Revolutionary War pension application; Michael Rader, S.7349]
22 Sep 1833 The government investigators questioned that Michael Rader had served as an officer and requested further proof. On 22 September 1833 he submitted a further declaration: Michael Rader of Mill Creek in Jackson County, aged 81, declares he in the latter part of 1777, it is believed on 1 or 2 September, raised a volunteer company in Shenandoah County at Masinutten. On that day he marched with the company as captain thereof to Winchester and joined the troops of Captains Reddicken, Pauling, Nighswanger, and Buck, each with a company of men. They marched to Fort Pitt at the head of the Ohio River. Gen. Hand at Fort Pitt took charge and after remaining at Fort Pitt about a month or six weeks they were ordered to Wheeling fort on the banks of Ohio River about one hundred miles below Fort Pitt. They went by water and there served the balance of their tour, which was for three months. Col. Zane was at Wheeling. There were regular soldiers at Fort Pitt and he saw Col. Steele and Col. Gibson. He drew two guns for his company from Steele. Having completed this tour he returned to Shenandoah County and was appointed a major in the militia. About 1 May 1778 he marched to Fort Pitt a second time, having under his command two companies of Captains John Rouse and Abraham Byrd. After arriving at Fort Pitt he was ordered to Carnes Fort on Deckard's Creek about six miles from Morgantown and took command of the fort while he remained there. This tour was of three months. Col. Evans commanded at Carnes Fort. There were no other troops there but his, except what military duty was done by the inhabitants of the surrounding country congregated therein. He was born in the lower end of Rockingham County in 1750, it is believed in March. He has a record in his possession. He lived in Shenandoah County a short time after the Revolution, about ten years in Greenbrier County, and the past twenty-four years in Mason County (or Jackson County after it was created). He was a justice of Mason County until old age and infirmity rendered it proper for him to resign. At the same time James Rader, Michael Rader and Joseph Rader declared they had frequently seen the commissions of their father as captain and major. H. J. Fisher wrote from Point Pleasant concerning the claim, pointing out that if the Pension Office would not admit service as captain and major, they should at least grant Michael Rader as pension as a private for six months ["as pension as a private" is in Dorman original]. He mentioned that a note given to Rader on 15 November 1777 styled him as captain and another paper of Archibald Steele, the deputy quartermaster general, styled him captain also. [Revolutionary War pension application; Michael Rader, S.7349] [Survivor's Pension Application, 1833, Virginia, Archive Pub #M804, Archive Roll #1993, Pages in packet 59pp]
15 Nov 1833 As a result on the evaluation in September, Michael Rader of Jackson County, Virginia, was placed on the Virginia pension roll at $70 per annum for service of six months in the company of Capt. Paulding in the Virginia Line under the Act of 1832 and certificate 23130 was issued 15 November 1833.
29 May 1834 29 May 1834. Michael Rader Sen. of Jackson County to Michael Rader Jun. of same. For $10. 205 acres on the main left hand fork of Big Mill Creek under two patents, one 18 July 1815 for 100 acres ... at the first fording place on the trace fork of Big Mill Creek about the mouth of Station Camp Run ... the other 24 June 1826 for 105 acres ... [adjoining above] Michael (X) Rader Sen. 20 April 1839. Acknowledged by Michael Rader. 29 April 1840. Recorded. [Jackson Co., W.Va., Deed Book 2, pp. 479-80]
1835 Michael Rader listed on US Pension Roll, 4 Mar 1831 for service in VA Militia as Priv Cavalry, Jackson, VA (doc)
18 Jun 1839 Michael Rader died on 18 June 1839 [Revolutionary War pension application] He was survived by his widow but she lived only a short time after this. Michael Rader, Jr., as administrator of both Katharine Rader and Michael Rader, Sr., sold the personal property belonging to their estates on 16 May 1840. Among the purchasers were Abe Rader, Michael Rader Jr., Michael C. Rader, Hannah Rader, Elvira Rader, Robert Rader, G. W. Rader and Polly Rader [Jackson Co., W.Va., Will Book 1, pp. 163-64] He returned an accounting of their estates on 22 June 1846 [Jackson Co., W.Va., Will Book 1, pp. 344-45]; buried at Rader Cemetery, Ripley, Jackson, WV (Find-a-Grave)
18 Jun 1839 Catherine died at Jackson, VA
1840 Census, Jackson, VA—Michael Rader: Males 10-14=1; Males 50-59=1; Females 15-19=1; Females 40-49=1
16 May 1840 Katherine Rader will probated at Jackson, VA [Will Book 1804-1967; Index of Wills, A-Z, 1831-1967; Will Book, Vol 1, 1804-1880 (doc); will completed 25 Jan 1841. (doc)
16 May 1840 Michael Rader Jr. sold the personal property in the estate for both Michael Sr and Catherine.
RECORDS/DOCUMENTS Michael Catherine
SAR #80037 X X
SAR #60626 X X
SAR #60624 X X
SAR #68515 X X
SAR #66701 X X