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Re: Inkster

Wow.....thanks....I'm documenting every piece of Inkster information that I
can get too! Hopefully when I get all my documentation from my Grandmother
in B.C. (should be any time now...) I'll be able to piece together
everything with all the information together.

It has been very frustrating for my family because of all the (pardon the
pun) "dead ends". Any information like yours truly helps and we appreciate
it. Thanks!

Jeff Inkster
Toronto, ON, CAN

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Sinclair <ma5aps@bath.ac.uk>
To: sinclair@zilker.net <sinclair@zilker.net>
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 1998 12:04 PM
Subject: Re: Inkster

>Jeff Inkster
>My family tree has 'Inkster' in it.
>Andrew Inkster m Catherine McKay (no dates known)
> they had a daughter:
> Elizabeth Inkster b 4.8.1797  Thurso d 7.4.1886 Thurso
> she married (1827/28)
> George Sinclair b. 3.5.1797 Thurso d. 16.4.1880 Thurso
> and they had a son:
> Andrew Sinclair b. 1838 Thurso d. 27.11.1914 Thurso
>Hope that's been of some help
>Andrew Sinclair
>University of Bath