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Re: Pa. StClairs--State experts exist?
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Chris, My husband's family is Missouri having come here in 1850 from KY.
and there we are at a dead end with James St.Clair born 1790 NH -- died KY
1844. If you are interested..... Helen
From: CMelahn@aol.com <CMelahn@aol.com>
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Date: Sunday, March 14, 1999 1:02 PM
Subject: Re: Pa. StClairs--State experts exist?
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>Not long ago an overview was provided that listed early arrivals of
>Sinclairs/Sinklers etc. to Virginia and other colonies.
>Is there someone around who would have the same knowledge regarding a state
>such as Pennsylvannia? For example, any sense of how many Sinclair lines
>developed in PA? A list of key first Sinclair residents of the state? A
>sense of the number of lines existing over time, and still present there
>I'm not researching PA right now--but maybe later after I learn more about
>line. If anyone would have the above knowledge about Sinclairs/St. Clairs
>MISSOURI I would be most interested.