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Linq cast a table as a custom class

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I created a class that matches a database table that I have in SQL. How can cast my var as this new custom class.

Person C = (from x in ctx1.Persons where x.PersonID == RecID select x).FirstOrDefault();
I want to dump this into a custom class name PersonInfo.
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Person C = from x in ctx1.Persons
             where x.PersonID == RecID
             select new PersonInfo()
             {
                 PersonID = x.PersonID,
                 PersonName = x.PersonName,
                 // etc
              }
             .FirstOrDefault();

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