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If you go to www.rosslynchapel.org.uk/ there is an option to go to the Knights
Templar home page. From there you should be able to get most of the
information you require.
I have a question for you, since you are in Scotland at this time. I am
planning a trip to Scotland in Oct/Nov of '98 to discover my Sinclair ancestry.
I was named after the Rosslyn Castle, and I was wondering if there was any
information about it that you could share with me ( or any of the St.Clair
castles). I have found a few sites about the Chapel, but I need the info on
the Castle. Thankyou.
Thanks for the link Rosslyn. I'll give it a try. I don't know of any large
amount of info on Rosslyn castle but it is mentioned in the fascinating book
"The Temple and the Lodge" by Baigent and Leigh. The castle is a ruin ,
destroyed in the English civil war by general Monk, I only live a few miles
from Rosslyn so I'll take a run through and ask at the chapel to see if there
are any leads on the castle and on other Sinclair castles. I will forward
anything I find to you.
I do hope you enjoy your visit to Scotland. If you like give me a call when
you are here.