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Re: Sinclair book
> From: David & Gloria Bouschor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Sinclair book
> Date: Friday, January 23, 1998 6:38 PM
> Hi Cousins,
> I have seen the book on Sinclairs and it is not worth the money. Anyone
> who has access to a bunch of phone books can come up with the same
> information. It's not much help in a genealogical sense.
> Yours Aye
> > From: Antonia Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Sinclair book
> > Date: Thursday, January 22, 1998 2:31 PM
> > Hello, all:
> > This might be a co-incidence, but in the mail today, we received an
> amazing offer for a book called "the New World Book of Sinclairs", only
> $39.95. It purports to have used hard-to-find Sinclair immigration
> obtained from ship's records, gen. registers, and other official
> "Each Sinclair Directory is virtually handmade to order, and is
> in full colour. Please note, however, that this Heirloom Edition is
> expected to be the only printing of the Sinclair book ever."
> > Sounds good. However, The crest above the Sinclair name on the letter
> head is not one we're familiar with, there is a "family" snapshot with a
> crested plate in the background, yet again different, and finally it is
> signed "Sincerely,
> > (for) Paul T. Sinclair i.a."
> > Has anyone else been offered this book? Do you think it's legitimate?
> I'd be interested to hear from any of you. All the best, Toni