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Re: Baptist Religion--A hint?
In message <004c01be6ff4$5031d8e0$2e29a9d8@bvl1069>, Jean Grigsby
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>I believe the emphasis was on God rather than the name of the church in most
>cases. You will find one branch with a Methodist minister, a first cousin
>in a different state will be a Baptist Minister, and then the Methodist
>minister's mother as a Quaker. You can perhaps use this as a possible clue
>but certainly it is to be regarded as only that in most cases.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Rick Sinclair <RHSinclair@uswest.net>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 1999 10:12 AM
>Subject: Re: Baptist Religion--A hint?
Mt original message was not about "hints". It was a factual statement,
very easily substantiated from easily verifiable documents.
I can give Jean Grisby and any one else who needs it the data.
My much loved grandfather, William Sinclair of Roadside, Freswick,
Caithness, was preses of Keiss Baptist Church, the first Baptist Church
in Scotland. Prses is Latin for leader. No comment.
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>>I would be interested in this information also! I was raised in a baptist
>>but married a Sinclair so that doesn't count. My husband attended a
>>church, his mother's family were Methodists and as far as I know his father
>>know what to believe as far as God and denominations. Grandmother Edna
>>Sinclair was of the Christian Science belief. Can someone expound on this
>>If we are to "Commit thy work to God", it should be the Creator God and not
>>denomination but these are interesting questions.
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>>> In researching HARRY LINNELEY ST. CLAIR, said to be from Kansas City,
>>> and born in 1860s one persistent family memory was that Harry and his
>>> were Baptists. Unfortunately, that is about the only fact that has
>>> Is Baptist religious affiliation anything to build on with a St. Clair in
>>> Missouri in the 1860s? I am sure many of us would welcome comments from
>>> of you who have a strong historical sense of the range and significance
>>> religious affiliation within Sinclair/St. Clair families.
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