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19th Century Duries

The 1800s was when the Duries started to move around the globe.

Notable Duries at this time:

bulletDisgraced British Consul Charles Durie, and why he petitioned Queen Victoria to get his trousers back

bulletHis son,

David Stark Durie, who lived in Scotland and Norway, fought in Portugal and in the Spanish Carlist wars, and helped
establish the new colony in
New Zealand
bulletPossibly one of ours,

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