Plant ID forum: Can anyone help identify these 4 plants?

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Name: Samantha
Bethlehem, NH (Zone 4b)
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samw0313
May 6, 2018 7:44 PM CST
We moved here in August and are just now seeing what is really growing on the land. Iยดm having trouble identifying some of the plants and would appreciate any help you can give.

The first plant has crept up the bank from our pond (swamp?). It seems to grow and open like a cabbage, with some of the plants close to 2 feet across and about a foot high.

The second plant is growing in the shade. I think it is raspberry plants as there are LOTS of sucks from a few main plants.

The third plant is close to six feet tall. I'm not sure if it produces fruit yet.

The fourth plant had some kind of berries on it when we moved here. It's also close to six feet tall and intertwined with the third plant.
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Name: John
Scott County, KY (Zone 5b)
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ViburnumValley
May 6, 2018 9:08 PM CST
1. Don't recognize

2. Agree, that is a Rubus sp.

3. That's a grape vine - Vitis sp.

4. That looks like a Rhamnus sp. (syn. Frangula sp.) - a Buckthorn, usually an invasive exotic species.
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janinilulu
May 7, 2018 5:33 AM CST
1=Sedum
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purpleinopp
May 7, 2018 8:11 AM CST
Agree with Sedum for the first one, one of those moved to Hylotelephium:
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Name: Samantha
Bethlehem, NH (Zone 4b)
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samw0313
May 7, 2018 5:05 PM CST
Thank you! I was hoping 4 would be elderberry, but I think I can hold out hope in other areas of the property.

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