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Re: descendants of Alexander Sinkler

     TO:  Jean Grigsby & Brad Sinkler
     Sorry about that, I sent before I finished the message.
     I know this is probably a long shot, but do anyone of you have info on the  
     following family living in Chicago?  Or Jean do you have any info on     
     SINCLAIR living in Ontario, Canada.
358. Harry2 SINCLAIR (Henry1) was born Jun 1867. He was the son of Henry 
SINCLAIR and Delilah PARKER.  Harry died 28 June 1929 Chicago, Cook County, 
Illinois, United States.  He married Alice. She was born May 1874 in 
N.Y./Penn., United States.   
They had 3 children:
367.    Fi.     Delilah SINCLAIR born Apr 21, 1890, died May 9, 1963 Chicago &  
                is buried in Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Illinois.       
                She married  George Lawrence? JONES. Children: Mabel (married 
                to a Mr. ROBERTS) & George J. (of Richmond, Illinois) SINCLAIR.
368.    Fii.    Mabel A. SINCLAIR born Nov 1892 & died after May 9, 1963.  
                She married  Mr. REID & Mr. HANKS. 
369.    Miii.   James H. SINCLAIR born Apr 1894 & died before May 9, 1963.   
        NOTES for Harry: 
                OCCUPATION: Cook, Laundry-Man 
                RESIDENCE: 1900 - 5552 Austin Avenue, Chicago, Illinois,   
                           United States 
                NEWSPAPER: DEATH - Chicago Tribune
        Henry SINCLAIR (who married in 1846 Cobourg, Northumberland County, 
        Ontario to Delilah PARKER & was born in 1824 Cobourg, Upper Canada) is 
        the brother to my great-great grandfather, John SINCLAIR (1827-1910) who 
        married in 1847 to Ellen HAYWARD.  Their mother, Mary FLAKE (their 
        father is unknown) was married 2nd to Samuel PARKER (who came from 
        Vermont, possibly Bennington).
        Any help is greatly appreciated.
        Rexdale, Ontario
        Researching all SINCLAIR in Ontario as I have been stuck on my family in 
        Ontario for the last 19 years.