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Northumberland (County, NBL)
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County town: Newcastle Upon Tyne
Other major towns: Tynemouth, Wallsend,
Origins of Name: (land of the dwellers) North of the Humber, Anglo Saxon/ Brittonic
Population 1801: 168,078
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Sudden, Aitchison, Foster (12224)
Thomas Sudden married Jane Aitchison, probably in Northumberland about 1830. Thomas was the son of Robert Sudden and Elizabeth Foster who married about 1794 in the Borders area. These people and many of their Family emigrated to North Dumfries, Waterloo County, Ontario in the 1830's. The Northumberland Parish of Ford and the Roxburgshire Parish of Smailholm seem to be the favourite guesses of their genesis. Any information on these families will be appreciated.

 
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