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Finally! The last flush of Durham!

At least 393 new people sprawling mainly over Durham, Northumberland and Yorkshire. This doesn’t mean the full set is there since there are probably dozens of children who died between census records, for instance. However, we’re reasonably sure the main percentage has been tracked down … until they disappeared, presumably to foreign parts.

The now usual unattached tree oddments, with the main ones being:

John Close (< 1727)

John Close (c 1783)

John Close (c 1786)

While some of these may be “unattached”, it looks as though one at least may actually fit into an existing Aycliffe tree. Unfortunately, there’s not enough evidence to be conclusive.

393 new people!