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Dear Randy;
It is always good to start from what you have. There are a number of Sinclairs that populate New Brunswick and you may notice a pattern or overlaps which would surprise you. I do not have any direct information for you, but it is interesting when we assume that there is no connection, there later turns out to be a direct connection. I was shocked to learn I had a cousin that lived just around the corner by this simple slewthing. Good luck.
If you come across a band of Sinclairs in New Brunswick descended from Edward Sinclair from PEI before 1900 I would be interested. Good Hunting!
Neil Sinclair
Randy Sinclair wrote:
 My name is Randolph Russell Sinclair and this is my first attempt at family ancestry research. I am looking for any background information on Sinclairs that settled in New Brunswick. My family does not keep in contact and I am doing my own research. My grandfather name was William J. Sinclair who married Scotland born Aldyth MacLeroy and settled in Saint John, New Brunswick. My family grew up in Rothesay, New Brunswick and I only know of a few relatives in the area and have no information on long distance siblings. I would appreciate any suggestions.Thanks.