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Gillberry, I have not yet had access to all the parish registers for all dates, all wills, nor examined all the census returns.

There are more descendants whose details are not given in full.

Lived at Bankhouse, Gosforth CLEMENT Baptised 27 March 1665 Married Mary 8 children of which 1 died young Lived at Boonwood, Gosforth BRIDGET Baptised 10 March 1603 I also believe he had two other sons for this reason.

The name Clement is very strong in our branch and carries on even to the present day.

I have looked in every imaginable place for a will of William of Bankhouse without success.

The above is piecing together information which is not proven but the first time we definitely identify our family is in 1638 when Margaret Moscrop, widow, died at High Prior Scale and was buried in the parish of St. Her administrators were her two sons, William and Barnerd.

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